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Friday, 18 February 2011 00:00

Club 3D CSP-X1000CB (1000W) PSU tested

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Preview: Take the power back

Graphics card maker Club3D has decided to enter the PSU market and has released a total of five power supply units. Our today`s test subject is Club 3D CSP-X1000CB, the strongest PSU from Club 3D Switching Power Supply family. As the name suggests, the PSU packs 1000W of total power and modular power cables.

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CSP-X1000CB is aimed at enthusiasts with very high demands, but Club 3D didn’t forget about the rest either. The five PSUs in the series are 400W, 600W, 700W, 850W and 1000W. Note however that only the stronger PSUs have modular cabling whereas 400W and 600W do not.

Our today’s guest has four +12V rails with 38A each and its efficiency earned it 80 Plus Bronze certificate.

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0 #1 robert3892 2011-02-18 08:56
Not a bad start for making their first lineup of PSUs but for the higher rated PSUs I would have split the 12 volt rails into 2 rather than 4 rails
 
 
0 #2 hsew 2011-02-20 19:42
Can we get DC Output Quality (a.k.a. Ripple) results? And maybe some Hot-box results too if you're feeling up to it?
 

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