ADATA HM Series 1200W Power Supply Review

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A few weeks ago we reviewed the ADATA HM 650W Power Supply and it scored very well, offering a low price point with a modular design and great all round performance. Today we are looking at the big brother, the 1200W unit which is aimed at people with multiple graphics cards and high output demands.

Right now in the high end, the Corsair AX1200 is pretty much as good a power supply as you can buy, but with the 80 Plus Gold certification comes a price, retailing at a rather hefty £225-230 in the UK. The ADATA HM 1200W might only be 80 Plus Bronze certified, but it is a modular design and can be bought in the UK for £150 inc vat. Substantial savings then and with a 3 year warranty for peace of mind … but is it worth the money?

Product Name
HM Series 1200W
Model
HM-1200
ATX Version
ATX 12V v2.2, v2.3,v2.92 standard
Input Voltage
100V~240V
Label
80 PLUS (Bronze)
Input Current
15 amp
Input Frequency
47~63Hz
Hold up time
>16ms
MTBF
100K hrs minimum
Power On Time
100~500ms
OPERATING TEMP
0~50℃
STORAGE TEMP
-20℃ to +70 ℃
OPERATING HUMIDITY
20~90%
PFC SPEC
APFC(P.F>0.9)
Efficiency (%)
82% Conversion efficiency above
RoHS Certificate
100% Process through the introduction of lead-free
Support”s VGA Card
nVIDIA SLi
Case Surface
Special Scratch Resistant Paint
FAN SPEC
2Ball-Bearing Fan of 3 color  Patent
CAP Use
All Japan-Made Capacitors
Protector
UVP/OTP/OPP/SCP/OCP/OVP
Safety Request
CE/CB/FCC/TUV/cUL/BSMI
12V Rail
Two rail +12V1/12V2
Dimension
150 x 200 x 86mm
Weight
4.18Kg
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  • Fred
    April 1, 2011
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    £150? damn some 850 watt units are that price. thats a hell of a deal. although I only need a 650w!

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  • Simon
    April 1, 2011
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    I like the colour scheme, its quite futuristic looking. I remember seeing an enermax which was gold and yellow once. looked terrible.

    Specs are good, channel well have made for many companies havent they, corsair and antec etc?

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  • Thomas
    April 1, 2011
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    I passed this over to my mate who is looking a new PSU. he was going to go for 850W but the one he was looking at was 130 quid, so he will probably put the extra to it for this one.

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  • eric
    April 1, 2011
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    Good power output for the cash :)

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  • Techno
    April 23, 2011
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    Thanks for the review, I’m always looking for value for money purchases and this will fit the bill nicely since my generic 750watt psu just blew up…..lol

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