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ADATA HM Series 1200W Power Supply Review

The unit contains a 140mm Yate Loon fan. The D14BH-12 is a quality fan which can spin up to 2,800 rpm while generating a whopping 140 cfm of airflow at 48 dBa. We are quite sure that it will never need to spin at close to full speed, but we will analyse this later in the review.

The Channel Well Active PFC Design is very clean and has a good array of high quality components inside. It is a double forward circuit design. They are using a mixture of 105c and 85c capacitors from Chemi Con and other brands. The heatsink implementation is very impressive with multiple rows isolating various sections of the PCB design.

The ADATA PSU is supplied with automatic output protection to ensure no damage occurs. This includes Total Power Protection (OPP), Over Voltage Protection (OVP), Over Current Protection (OCP), Short Circuit Protection (SCP) and Over Temperature Protection (OTP). The cabling is fully sleeved inside the chassis to ensure that no long term cable fraying can occur.

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