Date: March 26th, 2007
Article by: Mike Carter (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: ULTRA
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES
Total Output Power:
800W (Full Load, Nominal Input Voltage)
78% Typical at Full Load and Nominal Input Voltage
AC Input Voltage: Automatic Full Range (100-240 VAC)
AC Input Frequency: 50-60Hz
AC Input Currents:
· 12A (RMS) at 115VAC input
· 8A (RMS) at 230VAC input
1 - 20/24 Pin Motherboard Connector
8 - 4 Pin Molex Connectors
2 - 4 Pin Floppy Power Connectors
2 - PCI Express Connectors
4 - SATA Connectors
1 - 8 Pin EPS Connector / 1 - 4 Pin +12V Motherboard Connector
1 - AST Controlled CPU Fan Connector
2 - AST Thermo-controlled Chassis Fan Connector
1 - PSU Fan RPM monitor Connector
What is AST (After Spin Technology)?
|After Spin Technology is used to quiet the system and aid in prolonging the life of your components. Connectors for chassis fans are thermostatically controlled; internal fan speeds are reduced when temperatures inside the case are low. PSU, chassis and CPU fan connectors remain spinning several minutes after the PC is powered down allowing the system to gradually cool down after use.
Supports AMD and Intel Motherboards
Low Acoustic Noise
Dual 80mm Fans
Meets ATX Version 2.03, and
ATX 12V Version 2.2 Specifications
Short Circuit Protection
In-Rush Current Protection
Thermal Overload Cutoff Protection
MTBF > 100,000 Hours at Full Load,
110VAC and 25°C Ambient Condition
FCC and UL Recognized
The XPro 800 comes packaged in a tidy retail box, which boldly shows the SLI certification.
Inside the box, you fin the usual suspects: The power supply, a power cable, a small bag of screws, and an instruction manual. The power supply is wrapped in plastic for some protection.
Removing the bag gives you your first view of the XPro 800.