The InternalsOPENING THE POWERSUPPLY, TAMPERING OR MODDIFYING IT VOIDS YOU’RE WARRANTY.
First thing noted, is the lack of a seal, or warranty-sticker, preventing me to open the case.
After taking of the top-cover, the fan is exposed. It’s build by ADDA, the AD1212MS-A71GL and its temperature controlled one. Although my comment is subjective, the noise level never rose above my case fans, SilverStone FN121`s, which run near silent@ 7V.
Looking at the inside of the supply, you’ll immediately notice the big coil and capacitor on the left, and the shear amount of cooling fins. At the lower right side, you can see the active PFC. In the centre, below the cooling-fins are the power-transistors, thyristors , coils and diodes for regulating the power distribution.
Taking a closer look on the left side, you can see clearly the cap. and the primary and secondary coils. When comparing them to conventional and/or older power supplies their size is huge. Official Specifications
Time for testing ->