Zippy Emacs PSL-6850P G1 850w PSU

Specifications

Specifications

The following information has been taken directly from Zippy Emacs' website:

• Support INTEL ATX12V INTEL EPS12V
• Support INTEL and AMD dual core or multiple CPU's
• Support dual 6 pin for PCI-E
• NVIDIA SLITM-ready certified
• Support ATI CrossFire
• Smart fan control
• Metal clip that prevents power cord from fall-off
• Unplug-easy type of drive connectors
• Various protections implanted: OCP/ OVP/ OPP/ Short circuit
• Exceptional stability for all outputs under various system loading
• Iron-gray coating case
• Active PFC
• Efficiency 71%(200W), 76%(420W),71%(850W) at 110V 40℃
• TEMPERATURE RANGE : OPERATING 0℃ --- 40℃, STORAGE –20℃ --- 80℃
• POWER GOOD SIGNAL : ON DELAY 100 ms TO 500 ms, OFF DELAY 1 ms
• DIELECTRIC WITHSTAND VOLTAGE : PRIMARY TO SECONDARY : 1800 VAC FOR 1 SEC, PRIMARY TO FG : 1800 VAC FOR 1 SEC.
• HOLD UP TIME : 17 mS FULL LOAD & 90 VAC INPUT VOLTAGE
• HUMIDITY : 20 ~ 80 % RH
• SHORT PROTECTION : SHUTDOWN AND LATCH
• OVER CURRENT PROTECTION : + 3.3V à 33 A ~ 45A, +5V à 49.5 A ~ 67.5 A, + 12V à 66A ~ 90A
• OVER LOAD PROTECTION : 110 ~ 160% MAX.
• OVER VOLTAGE PROTECTION : + 3.3V à 3.7 ~ 4.1V, +5V à 5.7V ~ 6.2V, + 12V à 13.3 ~ 14.3V

Specs Nvidia SLI Certified

To summarise the above information, the PSL-6850P has a single +12v rail rated at a massive 60 amps with the +3.3v and +5v rails rated at 30 and 45 amps respectively. The unit also incorporates security features such as OCP, OVP and OLP, which prevent damage to the power supply when voltages or load go outside of specification.

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Most Recent Comments

14-11-2006, 13:35:56

JN
"After being blown away by Zippy Emacs' 600w single railed bad boy, it was time to bite the bullet and put the 850w model on our test bed. How did it perform? Read on to find out..."

Linky

14-11-2006, 14:05:41

FarFarAway
Mixed feelings with this one tbh. Unsure if I really like it or not :|

14-11-2006, 14:32:39

simon d
I was thinking about this PSU, but I will wait until the new ATI DX10 card come out first and quad cores. I was hoping for 4x PCI-E connectors.

14-11-2006, 14:46:02

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='simon d'
I was thinking about this PSU, but I will wait until the new ATI DX10 card come out first and quad cores. I was hoping for 4x PCI-E connectors.
On looking at Zippy's site today it does look like they have a version of this PSU with 4xPCIE actually. I'll find out what the deal is.

14-11-2006, 20:15:04

NickS

14-11-2006, 20:39:44

FragTek
Looks to be a good solid PSU despite it's minor placement/cooling flaws.

15-11-2006, 03:39:52

Raging
look at the phreakin size of it!! omgwtfbbq

loks like an alright psu

15-11-2006, 03:47:38

JN
Quote:
Originally Posted by name='NickS'
I'm fairly impressed. 60a is a load of power!
Yeah definately. It did droop a little on the +12v rail, but it would be unfair to compare the results directly to some of the units that have quad +12v rails and i've only been able to stress up to 80%.
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