Zippy Emacs PSL-6850P G1 850w PSU

Cables & Connectors

Cables & Connectors

All cables on the PSL-6850P are sleeved up to the first connector in a black mesh and finished off with cable ties covered with black heat shrink tubing. The overall sleeving job is excellent, but I was slightly disappointed to see that the sleeving didn't go all the way inside the unit - instead stopping about 5cm short.

Zippy Emacs G1 850w Cables Zipyp Emacs G1 850w Cables

The PSL-6850P is supplied with a total of 9x Molex, 6x SATA and 2x PCI-E connectors. This should more than enough for any kind of high-end PC system or server, however it would be nice to see 4x PCI-E connectors on future versions of the unit as it has more than enough power to warrant this.

Zippy Emacs G1 850w ATX Zippy Emacs G1 850w EPS

The unit comes with a 24-Pin ATX connector and no way of reducing the connector down to 20-Pin. People wanting to use this unit on an older style 20-pin ATX motherboard will need to purchase a 24-Pin to 20-Pin connector separately. Quite a few of the most recently released motherboards still utilise the 4-Pin (P412v) connector, and for this reason Zippy Emacs have included both P412v (4-pin) and EPS12v (8-pin) cables on the unit to ensure full compatibility.


Floppy SATA Molex

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Most Recent Comments

14-11-2006, 14:05:41

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

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.Quote

14-11-2006, 14:46:02

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.Quote

14-11-2006, 20:15:04


14-11-2006, 20:39:44

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

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