• 80 Plus Gold Certified
• Double Ball Bearing Fan
• All connector AU coating to keep Ultra high efficiency
• Full Thermal Control with super silent fan
• 12V peak at 120A
• Temperature control design mode
• Active PFC design
• Keep PSU fan running for 5-10 seconds after shut down to dissipate the remaining system heat and prolonging system lifetime.
• Ultra-quiet 13.9cm Fan with intelligent RPM control guarantees cool performance and silent operation.
• 99.9% 12V Power
• EPS12V PSU with 99.9% 12V output capability
• Double main electrolytic capacitors
• DC to DC circuitry design with solid capacitors
• Forward Safe Guard Circuitry design
• Dual Layer main PCB 2.0mm thickness
• Six 12V Rails
• 100A Mosfet 12V Rectifiers (more efficient at converting AC to DC)
• 30k µF low ESR secondary 105℃ electrolytic capacitors
• Triple AC EMC Filtering stage
• Dual capacitors design to protect system safety when sudden shut down
What is Active PFC and why do you want it?
Power Factor Correction (PFC), is a means of correcting the actual input voltage to be closer to the ideal input voltage. This in turn boosts the overall efficiency of the system. Because Active PFC uses a circuit to correct power factor, it is able to generate a theoretical power factor of over 95%. Active Power Factor Correction also markedly diminishes total harmonics, automatically corrects for AC input voltage, and is capable of a full range of input voltage. Since Active PFC is the more complex method of Power Factor Correction, it is more expensive to produce than a Passive PFC power supply.
|Intel Specification||ATX12V / EPS12V|
|Energy Efficiency||80Plus Gold|
|Fan Type||Double Ball Bearing|
|AC Input Range||Full Range: 90~264Vac|
|24P Mainboard Connector||X 1|
|4+4P CPU +12V Connector (EPS 12V)
|6+2P PCI-E Connector||X 6|
|SATA Connector||X 12 (Max.)|
|4P Molex Connector||X 9 (Max.)|
|4P FDD Connector||X 3 (Max.)|
|Dimension||175mm X 155mm X 86mm|
The specs on this PSU are definitely enough to handle the most power hungry of systems. With 12 SATA power connectors, this PSU can handle all of your storage power requirements as well. Aside from some rack mount storage cases, I don’t know of any that can stock hold up to 12 drives. This PSU also has the ability to power 3 floppy drives at the same time. Is this necessary? Probably not. Most people don’t even use floppy drives any more. I still keep one around for emergency data recovery stuff and if Murphy’s Law comes into effect.