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Ultra X2 750 Watt Extreme Edition Modular Review

ajmatson    -   January 14, 2008
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Now that you have seen the X2 in all of its glory, let's take a look at the cables. Again the design of the cables are the new FlexForce which allow for easy routing through your case and better airflow. The Ultra X2 750W EE comes with enough cables to power anything that you might need. Sadly though, the X2 does not support the 8-pin PCI-e connector so you will have to use the two 6-pin cables to power a graphics card needing the 8-pin connector, like the ATI 2900 cards.

First up are the main power connectors. There is the 20+4 ATX power connector which allows you to pull of the last four pins for legacy motherboards that only require 20-pins. There is also the 4-pin CPU power cable that is used on older boards, a lot of AMD boards, and the 8-pin CPU cable for most Intel boards.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For peripherals the Ultra X2 does not hold back. There are enough connectors for everything you need including 4-pin molex for devices, SATA drives, PCI-e cards, floppy drives, and even for your case fans to keep everything nice and cool.

 

 

 

Below I have included a table with the amount of connectors available as well as the length of each one so you can reference it with the needs of you system prior to purchasing one.

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Cable Description

Length (inches)

1

20+4 Pin Motherboard Connector

19

1

4 Pin +12V Motherboard Connector

19

1

8 Pin EPS Connector

19

2

6 Pin PCI-Express Connectors

19.5

1

5 Pin SATA Power Cable

21.5

1

4 Pin Power Cable

25

1

4 Pin Power Cable

7.5

2

4 Pin Power Cable with Floppy power connector

18

1

Y Cable with 2 5 Pin SATA Connectors

21.5

2

Y Cable with two 4-Pin Connectors

19

1

4 Pin Power Cable with Floppy power connector

3.5

1

12.5" 4 Pin Power Cable with 3 cooling fan connectors

12.5




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (The Power Supply)
  3. Closer Look (The Cables)
  4. Installation
  5. Specifications & Features
  6. Testing
  7. Conclusion
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