Jeantech Absolute 1000w Modular PSU
Posted by: Dan on: 02.06.2008 01:00:00 [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
The Jeantech specifications page on their website for this PSU tells us a lot about this product, right down to the expected current ripple on the different rails(!), I didn’t think it was necessary to include everything for our average reader, but if you want to read that as well then you can find it here at the Jeantech specifications page.
Included Cables (Inc Modular)
1 x (20+4) PIN
1 x EPS 8PIN
4 x PCI E 6PIN (4 cables, 1 connector one cable)
2 x PCIE 8PIN cables (2 cables, 1 connector one cable).
1 x P4 4 Pin,
2 x (SATA+ SATA+SATA) cables,
total 6 x SATA contacts (3 connectors one cable)
2 x (3 *L4P + 1* S4P) cables
total 6 *L4P + 2* S4P (3+1 connectors one cable)
150 x190 x86 mm
L4P is a standard Molex connector and the S4P is a floppy power connector if you were wondering. The PSU is about 4.5cm longer than the ATX reference size, so if lengthways clearance is tight for you this might be a consideration. But it is by no means a ridiculously long PSU.
The rails on this PSU look very beefy, and the breakdown shows that most of the power comes from the 12v rails (Certain manufacturers cheat the wattage ratings of their PSU’s; by pushing up the 3.3v and 5v rails to amounts that will not be used in modern computers as modern computers need lots of power on the 12v rail. And this power supply has plenty of 12v juice) so this is a good PSU right here. OK, on to the physical layout.
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