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NZXT Precise 1200W Power Supply
Author: Connor Brokl
Manufacturer: NZXT
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NZXT Precise 1200W Power Supply
July 12, 2007

NZXT. While perhaps not a familiar name to some, they are a name that brings me to the edge of my seat every time it is mentioned. They burst onto the mainstream production market of high end computer products with their stylish cases a few years ago, and as of late have done the same with their power supplies.

In case you haven't heard of NZXT, they were founded in 2004 and have locations in China and Taiwan. Since making it to the North American market, NZXT has earned a lot of esteem from me with their superb quality, as well as customer support. Their latest creation (or should I say monster) is in the form of one of their "Precise" power supplies. Now before you say "big deal a new power supply", it should be noted that this is not just an ordinary power supply. This baby comes loaded for bear with 1200 Watts of power to supply even the most power hungry gaming machine. NZXT has been kind enough to send over their biggest and baddest power supply to date, and I will be going in depth with this unit to give you the complete run down on this beast.


Before taking a look at the power supply provided for review, let's look at the features and specifications on the NZXT Precise 1200W Power Supply...

Features:

» Compatible with new cards requiring with 4pin and 6pin power connectors
» Six +12V rails dedicated to your video cards and other components
» SATA and PCI-E Connectors
» Low noise power supply with thermal controlled 120mm Ball bearing fan
» Modular design for an easy and clean install, use only the cables you need
» Standard ATX Size will fit any standard computer chassis
» Support for up to 8 hard drives
» Four PCI-E Connectors for the newest 8000 Series NVIDIA cards
» Industry standard protection: over voltage, current, short circuit, scan-disk-free, and voltage surge protection
» Sleeved cables for a cleaner and better appearance

Specifications:

» Type: ATX12V / EPS12V
» Maximum Power: 1200W
» Fans: 1
» PFC: Active
» Main Connector: 20+4Pin
» Multiple +12V: Yes
» PCI-E Connectors: 4 x 6Pin, 2 x 6+2Pin
» SLI Support: Yes
» Modular Cabling Support: Yes
» Hold-up Time:
   » Minimum 16ms at full load, 115Vac
   » Maximum 25ms at full load, normal line
» Efficiency: 75% at full load, normal line
» Over Voltage Protection: Yes
» Overload Protection: Yes
» Input Voltage: 115 - 240V
» Input Frequency Range: 50/60 Hz
» Input Current: 10/ 6A
» Output:
   » +3.3V@30A
   » +5V@30A
   » +12V1@20A
   » +12V2@20A
   » +12V3@20A
   » +12V4@20A
   » +12V5@20A
   » +12V6@20A
   » -12V@0.8A
   » +5VS B@6.0A
» MTBF: Minimum 250,000 Hours at Full load, 25°C ambient
» Approvals: cUL, TUV, CE, CB, FCC

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