ENERMAX LIBERTY ELT620AWT 620W 24PIN ATX DESKTOP POWER SUPPLY COMPATIBLE WITH CORE i7 80 PLUS CERTIFIED MODULAR ACTIVE PFC
Condition: Used - Pulled - Works
Content: One POWER SUPPLY only
Power packed to the core, the ENERMAX Liberty ELT620AWT 620W power supply is ideal for the ultra high end water-cooled dual-GPU gaming system. It is SLI, CrossFire and Dual Core CPU ready, and will add real boost to your beast machine. The silent 120 mm fan and modular cabling reduce vibrations, lower noise emissions, and provide efficient cooling to enhance performance. Since it is Universal Input capable, ATX12V v2.2 compliant, and works with both ATX and BTX form factors, you can use it almost anywhere, without worrying about input voltages.
The power supply uses industrial grade components to provide stable and unflappable output, and protection against power and voltage surges. Designed to last long, its MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) of 100,000+ hours. It sports two +12V output (12V1, 12V2) rails, which allow support for the greediest PCs.
Courtesy of its high-quality EMI shielding, the ELT620AWT can be placed near sensitive devices without any fear of stray magnetic interference, and gives you 80% efficiency, so less energy is wasted as heat or interference, delivering more power to your hungry system!
Manufacturer: ENERMAX LIBERTY
Model Number: ELT620AWT
Part Number: 801013974300
Input Voltage: 100-240VAC 50-60Hz 9.5-4A
TOTAL POWER IS 620W
1 x 24 pin ATX power
Dimension: 15 x 15 x 8.5 cm approx.
Weight: 1.9 kilograms. approx.
Compatible with: Core i7 80 PLUS Certified Modular Active PFC Power Supply
Power Supplies with Modular Connections:
On older power supplies, all of the wires were hard-wired to the power supply circuit board. This is newer power supply have 'modular' connectors. This allows you / the PC builder to use only the wires/connectors needed which eliminates having to try to keep the unused wires/connectors out of the way. This makes a better looking computer that's easier to work on and has somewhat better air flow. Generally, power supplies are semi-modular. There are some connectors that all (or virtually all) computers will need to use. Those are permanently attached to the circuit board. In some instances, the connectors like the PCI-E connectors which will have to supply high current may also be permanently attached. The rest can be used as needed.
Single Rail vs Multiple Rails for the 12v Output:
There are some power supplies that have only a single 12v rail to make setting up a high performance computer simpler. High performance computers often have one or more power hungry video graphics cards. Some of the cards can draw 30 amps of current from the 12v rail. If you have a power supply with one 12v rail (the graphics cards operate from the 12v rail) and the supply is rated for sufficient power, it can be powered from that rail. If your power supply has multiple 12v rails, for example, a 15 amp 12v rail and an 18 amp 12v rail, it's capable of supplying enough 12v current but since the power supply has two independent 12v rails, it cannot supply the required current to the video card. If you are going to buy a new high performance video card and you don't know if your power supply can handle the current draw (this is only applicable for high performance video cards -- which generally have auxiliary power plugs on the card), look up the specs for the card. Many times, the specs will tell you that you need a minimum 500w or 800 watt supply. This isn't the best way to specify it but it's a rough guide and generally works if you only have one card. If you can find an online review of the card, the power consumption is often given. That's generally a better guide because they will tell you the power consumption for the card alone so that you can calculate what you'll need if you want to run multiple cards in an SLI or CrossFireX configuration.
Information is here for your reference only and accuracy cannot be guaranteed.
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This product was added to our catalog on Friday 03 December, 2010.