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ADATA HM Series 1200W Power Supply Review

The ADATA HM Series 1200W power supply is a very attractive design, fitting perfectly into any system on the market.

While it looks a little bland on first glance, the matt paintwork is very resilient to scratches and does not mark easily with fingerprints either. The ADATA brand name is embossed on the side panels, very subtlety.

The power supply is cooled by a large 140mm fan which has a clear blade design, reflecting any case light. The ADATA logo is positioned in the center. We will take a look at the fan when we crack open the chassis shortly.

The rear of the power supply is vented to allow for maximum air flow dissipation. There is a power socket and a power switch set to the side.

Like the 650W unit, ADATA have decided to clearly mark the cabling connectors with colour coded areas and labeling. This will ensure that even system building newbies will understand exactly where all the cables need to be attached.

There is a three colour power display for easy access to power consumption statistics (Green for low load, blue for normal load and red for full load.)

ADATA HM Series 1200W Power Supply
DC Output
+5V
+12V1
+3.3V
+12V2
-12V
+5VSB
Max Output
30A
50A
30A
50A
0.8A
3.5A
Max Combined
600W
600W
9.6W
17.5W
Mac Output Wattage 1200W

This 80 Plus Bronze certified power supply delivers a very capable 50A to +12V1 and +12V2 output.

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