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NZXT Precise 650 Watt Power Supply Review

Former staff writer    -   June 14, 2006


Installation

Doesn’t get much easier than this to install your new power center. Simply unplug, and unscrew the old one, and screw in this new one, then rewire accordingly. Using the standard 4 screw pattern, you will need to hold onto the power source while fitting the first couple screws. After you have it secured to the chassis, you can simply route the wires, and then plug it into your devices, and you are once again ready to roll.

Specifications

Input
AC Input Range 115/230 Vac
Frequency 60/50 Hz
Inrush Current 30A/115Vac, 60A/230Vac

Output
DC Output Voltage Regulation Max. Current Total & Combined
+12V1DC +/- 5% 20A 528W 630W
+12V2DC +/- 5% 20A  
+5VDC +/- 5% 30A 170W
+3.3VDC +/- 5% 24A  
-12VDC +/- 10% 0.5A 20W
+5VDC +/- 5% 3.0A  
-5VDC +/- 10% 0.5A  

Total Power: 650Watts

Efficiency 70% at full load, normal line Minimum 16ms at full load, 115Vac
Hold Up Time Maximum 20ms at full load, normal line
Power Good Minimum 140, 000 Hours at 75% load 25°C ambient
Temperature 0°C-50°C
Storage temperature -40°C – 70°C



  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation & Specifications
  3. Testing & Conclusion
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