Athena Power 350W FlexATX Power Supply Review (AP-MFATX35)

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If you are in the market for a 1U Mini ITX server power supply then today’s product will be of interest. The Athena Power 350W FlexATX supply is designed to provide compact flexibility for mini servers. It is also compatible with many Shuttle XPC, HP Pavilion and IBM SurePOS systems.

The Athena Power 350W FlexATX power supply is 80 Plus Bronze Certified and it features an Active PFC (Power Factor Correction) and remote ON/OFF function for high efficiency and reliability. It is cooled by a 40mm ball bearing fan and has thermal fan speed control to ensure noise levels are reduced when possible.

flexatx Athena Power 350W FlexATX Power Supply Review (AP MFATX35)

Output Power 350 Watt
Input Voltage 88 -264 Volts Ac
Frequency 60 / 50 Hz
Weight 2 lbs
Temperature Range Operating: 0°C ~ +50°C on Full Load;
Storage & Shipping: -20°C ~ +80°C
Humidity 5 ~ 90% on Operating, 5 ~ 95% on Storage
Dielectric Withstand Primary Frame Ground 1800V AC for 1 Second
MTBF 100,000 Hours on Maximum Load at +25°C
Rise time Less than 20ms
Hold-up Time 17ms Minimum at Nominal Input Voltage
Dimensions ( W x H x D ) 3.2″ x 1.7″ x 6″
Output
Voltage +5V -5V +12V1 +12V2 -12V +3.3V +5V-SB
Current 15A 0.5A 11A 11A 0.8A 15A 3.0A
Certification FCC, UR, CB, CE, Rohs,
Warranty 3 Year  Manufacture Limited
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Athena Power 350W FlexATX Power Supply Review (AP-MFATX35), 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating
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  • Harry

    I was wondering if you could upgrade power supplies in cases like the thermaltake small form factor designs. they are only 200-240W units. I guess the extra 100watts+ would help.

    not very exciting product to look at. Wonder why the high end companies dont come up with something cool for this audience. custom paintwork jobs etc.

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  • Joseph

    Seems ideal for a small server. they are quite expensive really when you look at it. thats the biggest downer for me.

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  • Ken

    Maybe im behind the times here, but that seems way overpriced for what you get.

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  • Steven

    After reading this article I went on newegg to check out more on this power supply and it was priced at 70 dollars US. It seems the PSU went on sale and did at the right time.

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