Inside the HuntKey
Enough though for the outside, time to examine the internals. Popping of the hood, the first thing to be revealed is the fan used. It’s a clear light blue plastic, Yate Loon, D14SM-12. It’s rated at 0,7A-12V DC, and regulated via the onboard temperature controller. On the exhaust-side of the fan, there are 2mm stand-offs integrated on the housing. Though not as nice as rubber grommets, they do their job in decoupling the fan from the cover.On both sides of the cover there is insulating tape.
Looking at the internals, there is clearly been given attention to the layout of the components, making a smooth and silent airflow possible.
On the top left side you can see the Active PFC, part which is integrated as a separate, modular part.
In the middle and to the right are the coils, mosfets and electronics taking care of the power conversion, suitable for you’re computer.
Going to the lower right, there is the monitoring logic, placed separately on a vertical print.
It takes care of the PS_on/off signal, and the PWR_OK signal. Looking at the bottom of the main print, and following all lines, it shows all power lines are monitored.
Now looking at the front and back, it’s clearly visible the 12V lines are separated into 2 lines.
Looking at the cables, 12V1 uses Yellow, and 12V2 uses Yellow/Black. 12V2=ATX12V 4Pin and ATX12V 8Pin. All others are connected to 12V1.