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Etasis 850 Watt PSU Review

Sagittaria    -   December 18, 2006


The cables.

I have separated the cables according to type. The motherboard connector is a solid 24 pin connector, which will cause problems for 20pin users - make sure you have an adapter on hand! There are two P4 connectors, one a four pin and the other being the newer 8 pin. Both of these connectors have been sleeved with a black mesh that have little slippage and are very flexible. The same can be said for the four blue sleeved PCI-E connectors. There are 8 Molex, 8 SATA, and one floppy connector, all of which have been twisted and cable-tied to make everything tidier.

And finally, the back LEDs are shown below.


 

I turned on the power supply with nothing connected, and found the left image is 'off' while the right image is 'on'. I find it kind of silly that they included a useless LED but not a detachable 24pin connector. I guess they just want us to buy adapters.

Now that you know the product, let's install the baby!




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
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  4. Installation
  5. Specifications
  6. Testing
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