- ATX / BTX
- 115 / 230 V 50/60 Hz
- +3.3V@24A, +5V@32A, +12V1@18A, +12V2@18A, +12V3@20A, +12V4@22A, -12V@0.5A, +5VSB@2.2A
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Great Looker With Endurance 04/06/2010
Well Built Unit With Great Fans.
Modular Round Chrome Ends.
None For KingWin.
Other Bands That Still Use Modular Molex Lego Looking Ends To Plug Cables Into The PSU....Round Chrome Look Way Better Cmon Companys Get On Board If You Want My Business.
I've Been Running the 800 Watt Almost 3 Years. Its Been Through 2 Builds. I Have Had An Antec BP550 Plus 550W That Burned Out after A Year. And I have Had A Thermaltake Toughpower XT W0229RU 750W That Almost Made 3 Years It Didn't Burn Out. Just Has Voltage Drops. I have 4 High End Systems Each With TRIPP LITE TLP810SAT 10 Feet 8 Outlets 3570 joules Surge Protectors. I replaced the Antec With A 550 KingWin And The Thermaltake Was Replaced With A 750 KingWing. Getting Ready To Purchase Another For A New Build. Then I read Some Of The Reviews. Exploding PSU's I Want To See A Video Of That One. And For The SLI And Crossfire Guys. Stop Being Cheap And Buy A 1000watts or Larger PSU. I had 2 Years Ago 4 Harddrives In Raid0 with 2 8800GT's Superclocked Editions in SLI With No Problems. If A New Video Card Calls For A Minium Of 700Watts Dont Get an 800watt Especially If You Have 4 Harddrives, A Great Cooler, 500 Led Lights With 20 Y Adapters And A Microwave Running On Your System. Research.
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