The PSU also has a great Titanium glossy finish, and is completely reflective. Unlike our recent X-Connect review, this time I made sure that I didn’t get my grubby thumbprints all over the place.
As we know, the X-Finity has a combined wattage of 600W. We can see how this wattage is determined by checking out the chart that’s available from the Ultra website.
The power supply also has a range of various features for protection means. Of course there is over voltage protection, and on this particular PSU it is as follows: +5v: 6.6v, +12v: 15.6V and the +3.3v: 4.5v. Other protections that the PSU has that I won’t get into are Short Circuit, In-rush Current, Thermal Overload, Over-Temperature, Over-Current and Under-Voltage.
Opening up the PSU reveals a lot. There’s a lot of connections and screws going on inside, and what you see, is the most I was able to take it apart. Two parts are attached to create the full unit, and they are unable to be taken apart.
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