Like more phase is longer lifespan and less heat....sorry not true, depends on the load the cmos can handle.
Like heat-sinks on regulators is a good idea....also not true, they work just as well without.
And they spend way to much on a bunch of silly coils to filter out unwanted noise from the powersupply
It's interesting for people that want to have an idea what regulators are, but for the rest it's quite boring and more into the marketing area then really interesting :lol_anim:
I just wished they put more attention to powersupply problems in that article and why the caps blow if power is unstable for a long time.
As bad powersupplies put a huge strain on the capacitors...and after enough of that they start to leak....no matter how many phases or coils you have :rolleyes_anim: