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    Zippy Psl-6850p G1

    ZIPPY PSL-6850P G1

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    case









    wire









    take off






















    platform:
    M/B :MSI 975X Platinum
    MEM :CORSAIR DDRII 512X2 Dual Channel
    HDD :Maxtor SATAII 300G 16Mb Cache
    VGA CARD :7900GTX
    POWER:ZIPPY 850W
    OS :WIN sever 2003
    CPU COOLER:Tower 120
    CPU :Intel Core 2 Duo Conroe E6700
    Idle
    5v-5.01v



    12v-12.04v


    full loading same voltage

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    Wow man, that's an awesome PSU that I'd love to have. Too bad it's a little on the expansive side for me . Could you please tell me how loud it is, maybe a subjective comparison with something we all know? That might convince me of buying one eventually...

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    it is as silent as a dead horse

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    Looks like a very good but loud power supply.

    Well, just for benching must be an excellent PSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Helmore
    Could you please tell me how loud it is, maybe a subjective comparison with something we all know? That might convince me of buying one eventually...
    2nded

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolaler
    it is as silent as a dead horse
    Even with that crazy .35amp 40mm fan? That thing has to be high pitched at full rpm...

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    damn coolaler you get all the fun toys to play with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolaler
    it is as silent as a dead horse
    Yeah prolly just as silent as the moment that it hits the ground

    If I have a system that is cooled by water, with a couple of YLs, then this PSU would still be the thing that would be noticed over all the other system noise, right?
    Last edited by Helmore; 08-17-2006 at 02:50 PM.

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    helmore yes. Definetley. However it's going to get really loud if your drawing 60 amps... however I doubt th load is that much. Therefore it's going to be decent.

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    Do you have the a Zippy Gaming power? Well I don't mind a little noise, as long as I won't hear it once I'm outside of my room and my computer is just standing almost right behind my door so I do hear it outside of my room atm. But I have to admit, it's still on stock cooling and stuff so I can still do many things about it.

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    G1 and OEM Version are the same specs, only differences are black enclosure and sleeving cables, how much is it cost for G1?

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    I heard that you can't get a G1 in the US, I'm lucky cuz I live in Europe but it will prolly still cost me a limb or two.

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    where can I buy any zippy product in the u.s.?

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    call them.

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    You won't be able to buy a Gaming Power like this one in the US. But you can order Zippy PSUs at ServerCase.com. (That PSU is the exact same model as the Gaming Power as coolaler has but it's not black and the cables aren't sleeved.)

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    There are also some at Directron afaik.

    Nice psu though Thx a lot Coolaler

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    It's nice to see that you can have the option to buy a sleeved cable version. There were just so many cables with so many different colors on my Zippy 700W that I had to get it sleeved or I was going to go crazy.

    This 850W version may be a nice upgrade for the Zippy 700W users that may upgrade to new Crossfire cards.

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    any pot inside?
    it looks tough one

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    Hmm

    I just received my unit today and it doesn't have Sata HD connectors. just your usual connectors (molex, 24mobo, 4pin, 4pin header, and pci-e)

    psl-p6850 emac.

    dont have the fancy easy push-pull molex's and its using all the old school white plastic connectors. not sleeved and anodised that robot gray.

    otherwise, everything seems to be the same.

    I'm gonna fan mod it soon so i'll see what the inside looks like...



    P.S. Nice pics.

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    What's the price for this beast?
    Beautiful pictures

    This is my new TOPOWER 750W...+12.5 idle +12.4 full
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    i paid 399.00$ cad plus tax for mine. (non G1)

    hey, cool lcd. think you could connect a thermsistor to one of those?

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    399 CAD$?

    I got mine for only 339CAD$

    Quote Originally Posted by exhausted mule
    i paid 399.00$ cad plus tax for mine. (non G1)

    hey, cool lcd. think you could connect a thermsistor to one of those?
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    Dang, that zippy is BEASTLY. If only I could afford one. Nice pix too, btw, Coolaler.
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    I have the OEM version.
    Yep, it IS a very, very quiet PSU even with the fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick_fx
    399 CAD$?

    I got mine for only 339CAD$
    Where did you get it from? Im in quebec too.
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