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Tisonic Mega Power ATX-460-1024DF PSU Review

Former staff writer    -   April 20, 2004
Category: Power Supplies


Introduction

With today’s power hungry systems a high quality PSU is a must, but high wattage doesn’t mean high quality. There are many variables when it comes to rating PSU’s. Some companies use unrealistic internal operating temperatures when rating there PSU’s, and have low amps on the rails. The chances are the generic PSU that comes in most cases just can’t handle what we overclockers are going to put them thru. Today we are going to be looking at a PSU from a new company called Tisonic. The Mega Power EPS ATX-460-1024DF is Tisonic most feature pack PSU offering some impressive specs usually only found in server market PSU’s. What shocked me was the price of this PSU after seeing the specs I could not believe the price. lets take a closer look and see what this PSU has to offer and if its worthy of your hard earned money.
 


Specifications

Input Range 115V/230V
Frequency 47-63 Hz
Input Current 10A: 115Vac; 4A: 230Vac
Efficiency >65% at Full Load
EMI/RFI FCC Part 15 Class B & CISPR 22 Class B
Rails +5V 45A, +3.3 30A, 12V 30A


Features:
  • ATX12v and AMD compliance
  • Half bridge converter circuit
  • Low noise fan control
  • Short circuit protection
  • Under voltage protection
  • Thermal protection at 100C ~ 105C
  • 100% Hi-POT and ATE Test
  • 100% Burin-in and AC input cycled On/Off under high Temperature




  1. Introduction & Features
  2. In-Depth Look
  3. Testing & Conclusion
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