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NZXT Precise 650W

Michael Larabel

Published on 9 August 2006
Written by Michael Larabel
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Since NZXT's inception back in 2004 they have been known for their unique yet innovative case styles for computer gamers, and while they continue to expand their case selection, most recently they have begun to venture into manufacturing power supply units. Just how well is NZXT able to design a power supply? Well, their current Precise lineup is designed for SLI, boasts active PFC, and dual 12V rails. Today we have the NZXT Precise 650W on our workbench to see how it can perform.

Features:

· NVIDIA SLI Ready certified
· Four sata connectors
· Built for stability and less ripple
· Combined power technology
· Hush silent technology
· Fully supports the rush power consumption of high frequency cpu & graphic cards.
· Supports high end graphic card's PCI Express requirements
· +5vsb current up to 2.5a to fully support more USB 2.0 devices
· Industry standard protection: over voltage, current, short circuit, scan-disk-free, and voltage surge protection.
· Stable regulation on +3.3v / +5v / +12b at 5%

Contents:

The de facto standard for retail power supply packaging has been using a cardboard box and protecting the power supply itself with a layer of bubble-wrap. NZXT abides by this standard in their Precise PSU series. Along with the 650W power supply was the NZXT power supply manual, mounting screws, and US power cable. Other than the PRC-650W model, there are the PRC-450W and PRC-550W versions.

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