I couldn't find that specific supply ,but here are some from Enermax and
Antec in that power range.
Price and performance wise it appears to be nothing special. I found
FCC approved, but can't find it again.
It has a relatively short warranty. It's modular meaning most of the
cables plug is making a neat layout if you don't need them all. The big
name Power Supplies all seem to be in the same price range ($250-$350)
and run similar features. They have all come down in price a bit in the
past year or two with most of the big gaming computers running a KW
plus, so there are a number up to around 1500 watts and they have built
in power factor correction. Go to New Egg, or Tiger Direct and see what
they list. Another might be Tom's Hardware which is an evaluation site.
On 10/1/2014 7:36 AM, CR wrote:
On 10/1/2014 7:26 AM, David Cole wrote:
Can you ask them if it is FCC part 15 certified? See what they
-- Thanks and 73's,
Found in a Web search; note clams for EMC filtering (bold face added).
More at the link.
/This is all part of it's (sic) "AHD2 Topology". Asymmetric Hybrid DC
to DC Topology means that we use multiple different technologies and
concepts to maximize it's (sic) performance by multiplying topology
elements in differing exponentials compared to competition: QUAD
FORWARD Circuitry, the main reason of our high efficiency, since
everybody else is single or double forward. QUAD PFC, helps as well,
again others are single or dual. *TRIPLE AC + DUAL DC EMI Filter keep
the current cleaner than others. *> 20k?f secondary & even tertiary
capacitors keep the output totally stable at all loads. A SYNC
TRANSFORMER ARRAY renders overloading nearly impossible. And the good
news is that we could squeeze all that with a single 135mm fan into
190mm length fitting into most mid towers, while still being 24/7 @
50°C and ultra-silent./
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