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Friday, 18 February 2011 00:00

Club 3D CSP-X1000CB (1000W) PSU tested - 2. The package

Written by Sanjin Rados

Preview: Take the power back


As you can see from the pictures, Club 3D CSP-X1000CB is quite the charmer with its blue fan. In fact, the 1000W unit comes with blue color scheme on the box and the color coding makes it easy to tell Club 3D’s PSUs apart – 1000W is blue, 850W and 700W are green whereas 600W and 400W ones come in yellow. Apart from getting that first impression, the fan color does not really matter since you probably won’t be seeing it too much.


Package contents for model No. CSP-X1000CB:

  - Club 3D CSP-X1000CM power supply unit
  - Modular cable set x1
  - User manual x1
  - Quick installation guide
  - AC power cord x1
  - Velcro wraps for cable management x3 (cable tie)
  - Mounting screws x4
  - Cable carry bag x1


The user manual reveals that the new Club 3D`s PSU series sports 5 different PSUs, starting from 400W all the way to 1000W.


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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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