AOpen Prima Power AO700-12ALN 700W Power Supply Review

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  1. Silverstrand

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    "The AOpen Prima Power AO700-12ALN is a rather plain looking power supply, but one which has the ability to deliver a massive 700W of power and four separate 12V rails! To sweeten things, the AO700-12ALN is also very quiet thanks to the large 120mm fan generating 28.4 dBA at maximum RPM. The most impressive feature of the AOpen Prima Power AO700-12ALN are its quad +12V rails, all four of which have a maximum rating of 15 Amps. The +3.3V, +5V and the four +12V rails can output a maximum of 680W and the total peak output of the power supply is 700W at an internal temperature of 35 degrees Celsius."
    REVIEW URL: http://www.pcstats.com/artvnl.cfm?articleID=1841
    Silverstrand, Aug 27, 2005
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    Nice 700 watts and only that cheap, i have seen 900w before but they are like 900bucks! but they are redunant! :D
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    Wow, aopen makes psu. What's the deal with so many companies making psu now.
    PUTALE, Aug 28, 2005
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    not sure, but some of them are Great PSU's, for Value and performance! :D
    unholy, Aug 29, 2005
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    that's true. It's kinda weird as normally you get very crappy company that makes crappy PSU. NOw it seems liek these crappy PSU are gone and we got new,established, pretty well known company that used to be big in other computer parts selling PSUs.
    Good things is that these PSU usually are decent and value oriented. That's a plus.
    PUTALE, Aug 29, 2005
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    maybe the cost of High performance PSU has dropped (the Pantents gone and Companies selling cheapier designs)
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