There is one top fan; a Silent Pro Hybrid 135mm Silent Hydraulic Bearing fan. The power supply stays fairly cool, even at a 500 Watt stress test the PSU was merely lukewarm.
The fan is controllable / switchable in two modes:
Fanless Mode: Fanless operation with 135mm fan is at 0dB when loading is under 200W
Manual Mode: PSU fan speed can be adjusted manually from 3V-12V
The PSU has a slightly longer then standard ATX design, it'll fit in any chassis, its dimensions are: 150 x 180 x 86mm (W x L x H). The product is rated at a MTBF of 100,000 Hours. Divide it by 24 hours and 365 days a year and that would be 11.5 years.
Here we have the 5.25control panel to regulate the 135mm PSU fan as well as three system fans.
At the rear you can see connectivity, the PSU fan can be regulated from PSU fan speed can be adjusted manually from 3V-12V.
When it comes to wiring we feel that there's enough connectors for a 850W model.
M / B 24 pins x 1
CPU 4 + 4 pins x 2
PCI-e 6+2 pins x 6
SATA x 12
Peripheral 4 pins x 5
Floppy 4 pins x 1
Fan cable 3 pins x 3
The ATX motherboard connector reached a very good 65CM, the Molex and SATA power cables to 80 CM, the 8-pin CPU ATX power connector is 75 cm (great length) and the PCIE graphics connectors reach 70 cm. Graphics card wise you get to play with a stunning six 6+2 Pin PCie connectors. We see sleeved cabling with dark colored connectors.
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