PSU Modular?

Answer the following questions:

What does PSU Modular do?

Why should we use this?

When should we use this?

Is it required, even if one has a UPS or stabilizer?

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What does PSU Modular do?
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It provides power just like a non-Modular PSU does.

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Why should we use this?
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No reason. Freedom of choice.

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When should we use this?
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When there is no load shedding unless you have a UPS in which case you can use it whenever you want.

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Is it required, even if one has a UPS or stabilizer?
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No. A non-modular PSU works just as well.

OK I got the answers from Yahoo answers:

By Tox|k

"A normal PSU just has all the power cables coming out of it. So, even if you don't need them all, they're there anyway taking up space. A modular PSU has connector ports and individual cables, so you can connect whichever power cables you need. This cuts back on the amount of wiring inside the computer, which has a few benefits. One being that it keeps down on the mess of wires in the computer, and the other that it frees up space and allows more efficient airflow for cooling."

Non-Modular

http://c1.neweggimages.com/NeweggImage/productimage/17-170-018-04.jpg

Modular

http://c1.neweggimages.com/NeweggImage/productimage/17-812-002-03.jpg

So basically its meant for hardcore gamers, who have to use coolers and LEDs to pimp their system. But other than that I think its a waste of money.