Zippy Emacs GSM-6600P G1 600w PSU



Without a doubt, the GSM-6600P is one very impressive unit. Zippy Emacs have set a new standard in computer PSU design, showing that stable power and looks can co-exist in one package.

What's more impressive than the GSM-6600P's looks, is its ability to produce rock solid power output with little to no fluctuation exhibited on all of the rails. In addition to this, the voltages are actually set very close to the rail standards (+3.33v rail @ 3.35v, +5v rail @ 5.01v, +12v rail @ 12.04v) unlike many other manufacturers that set their rail voltages as high as possible to compensate for potential droop.

To top the package off, the GSM-6600P is also one of the most efficient power supplies we've ever tested here at Overclock3D, managing a very respectable 84.5% efficiency rating.

At present the Zippy Emacs GSM-6600P isn't available in the UK (or anywhere for that matter). However, I have heard that several UK retailers will be obtaining the unit shortly, and once the unit is in stock this review will be updated.

Zippy Emacs units are now being stocked over at Specialtech with the GSM-6600P retailing for around £95.

+ No voltage droop on the +3.3v and +5v rails.
+ Minimal voltage fluctuation on +12v rail.
+ Ultra high efficiency at 84.5%
+ Elegant brushed aluminium casing.
+ Masses of power for a unit rated at 600w.
+ All cables professionally sleeved.

- English translation on packaging needs work.

Editors Choice

Thanks to Zippy Emacs for providing this unit for review.

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06-10-2006, 03:52:53

"Zippy Emacs are a name that only the most informed computer enthusiasts among us would have heard of. Today I'll be taking a look at their 600w GSM-6600P(G1) PSU as they make their way into the mainstream market."

EDIT: Oh, and it would appear that this is a world exclusive too


06-10-2006, 04:12:17

Looks sweet.


06-10-2006, 06:06:08

Now that is a 1337 PSU, wow... Sweet results! Nice review Jim. Dugg.Quote

06-10-2006, 06:42:47

damn those are nice results, any ideas as to what we're looking at in terms of retail prices?Quote

06-10-2006, 06:57:59

Originally Posted by name='llwyd'
damn those are nice results, any ideas as to what we're looking at in terms of retail prices?
At the moment I'm not really sure. OC3D are personally pushing to get the unit over in the UK, and hopefully you should see them in small quantities soon.Quote

06-10-2006, 07:02:56

*Goes off to poke ST with a stick*Quote

06-10-2006, 07:36:51

I like what they've done with the appearance, using the black aluminum case and all, very nice touch. I'm used to the plain boring steel enclosures that they usually use, this is a pleasant upgrade. And wow those rails are solid.

Once they start emerging in the states holler @ me and I'll see if I can't get one shipped over to ya.Quote

06-10-2006, 09:14:30

Damn! that psu is rock solid,what a way to go on the first retail power supply units they are making

do i see stiff competition for pcp&c??


06-10-2006, 09:56:46

Zippy are huge OEM's so I think PCP&C can start looking over their shoulders Quote

06-10-2006, 10:36:17

WC Annihilus
I've actually heard around at points that Zippy makes PCP&C PSUs but I've also heard that they make their own so I really can't be sure. Anyways, Zippys seem to be in general only available at server stores (as that's what Zippy mainly does, build beastly server PSUs) and they can put a fairly large dent in your pocket. I think I've seen a link or 2 around of the server version (same thing, just doesn't have the "gaming power" title to it) so I can look it up if you wantQuote

06-10-2006, 11:04:49

They make their own & some of PCP&C...

Zippy > PCP&C!!Quote

06-10-2006, 11:20:24


06-10-2006, 12:20:16

/me wonders if they will come to this side of the pond.

looked like a decent psu from several aspects.Quote

06-10-2006, 12:32:29

I certainly hope they manage to make it out into the market with some reasonable pricing. IMO they have some of the best units i've ever tested.Quote

06-10-2006, 12:40:54

Not to metion one of the coolest namesQuote

06-10-2006, 12:42:54

Originally Posted by name='Ham'
Not to metion one of the coolest names
I must admit having to resist the temptation to mention bungle and george.....Quote

06-10-2006, 16:04:51

WC Annihilus
OMFG I do believe for that performance this thing is a steal. You wanna know why? has them for the price of... $169!!!!!!!. With about $15 shipping, end up only being 185, cheaper than PCP&C 510!


06-10-2006, 16:29:31

Originally Posted by name='WC Annihilus'
end up only being 185,
that means it will end up to atleast 350 over here making it way to expensive.Quote

06-10-2006, 18:59:11

WC Annihilus
Originally Posted by name='Raven'
that means it will end up to atleast 350 over here making it way to expensive.
You use the Euro right? I think you're confused about where I live. The price I stated was in USD, not GBP. Thus, it would actually be cheaper for you (sans shipping of course), about 150E.Quote

06-10-2006, 19:20:19

Originally Posted by name='WC Annihilus
You use the Euro right? I think you're confused about where I live. The price I stated was in USD, not GBP. Thus, it would actually be [B]cheaper[/B'] for you (sans shipping of course), about 150E.
I think what he means is that by the time they get here the price doubles, we have shipping then import tax, then VAT then the poor soul who actually sells them has to put a bit on, he probably makes less than the VAT. There is quite a lot of expense in retailing in the UK.Quote

06-10-2006, 19:34:45

thats right Kimandsally.

the tax on hardware is 25% for example so its not cheap.

buying from countries outside EU isnt cheap either, high chance of getting charged 25% of the total value + an additional fee.Quote

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