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Ultra X-Pro & X-Finity 800watt Power Supplies

Sagittaria    -   March 15, 2007


Closer Look Continued (X-Pro):

Let's take a look at the specification sticker now.



As you can see, there are four 12V rails, something I'm not too pleased about. Thanks to intel, the ATX 12V 2.2 revision requires that a 12V rail shall not be greater than 20 amps for protection. Now we have to try and balance our rigs load across two and in this case, four rails. But this isn't much of an issue to most people, as most power supply manufacturers already have the connections balanced correctly. This only becomes an issue if your're running an ultra high-end rig with 8800GTXs.

The UL # is registered to Andyson Inc., an excellent manufacturer of PSUs.

Closer Look Continued (X-Finity):

Now for the X-Pro's counterpart, the X-Finity 800w.



The X-Finity is practically identical to the X-Pro. The only difference is that it's black and has Flex-Force connectors.



As seen, it has the same package as the X-Pro. It includes five standard hex screws, a thick power cable, manual, and the unit itself. Let's take a look!



The X-Finity has the same extremely strong build quality X-Pro. But one thing I noticed was how easily the black paint scratched off! Just taking pictures of the beast scratched the entire thing pretty badly. It is pretty evident in the above photos. You'll have to be careful with it unfortunately. But once again, it's virtually the same product.



  1. Introduction & Closer Look (X-Pro)
  2. Closer Look Continued (X-Pro & X-Finity)
  3. Closer Look Continued (X-Finity & Miscellaneous)
  4. Closer Look Continued (Miscellaneous)
  5. Closer Look Continued (Measurements) & Installation
  6. Specifications
  7. Testing
  8. Testing Continued & Conclusion
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