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Monday, March 05, 2007
Spire SP-600W

1. Introduction

Choosing the right Power supply is not always an easy task. Today's PCs require additional power, especially if SLI or Crossfire VGA installations are used. Spire, a well respected manufacturer offering a variety of products, recently added a new lines of PSUs to the product list. In this review, we will sample a member of the "Rocketeer IV" line, a 600Watt PSU aimed at enthusiast users.

- Spire SP-600W - RockeTeer VI - SLI Series™

The new SpirePower series BTX / ATX Modular EZ-Cable Gaming power supplies, give even the most demanding PC users a way to keep cool. Housed in gunmetal titanium colored enclosures, these power supplies feature multiple, low-noise blue LED ball bearing fans to ensure smooth and silent operation in the workplace or at home. Whether it is work or play, business presentations or games, applications can take center stage because they no longer have to compete with typical PC cooling noise.

- Features

  • Intel BTX 1.0a & STX 1.3 / 2.03 Specification Compliant
  • Supports Intel Pentium 4, AMD Sempron and Athlon 64
  • EMI Shielded VGA/HDD Power Connector
  • Modular EZ-Cable Power Connectors
  • Two Blue LED Dual Ball Bearing fans
  • 3 Speed Variable Fan Speed Auto-Control
  • Completely Silent 10.0 dBA up to 45C / 113F
  • I/O Short Circuit & Overload Protection
  • Four SATA Power Connectors
  • Thermo Reactive Cooling System
  • Green power energy star
  • 3 Year Warranty

- Technical specifications       

  • Voltage: 200~240 Vac / 100~120 Vac (Europe=Active PFC / USA=Select Switch)
  • Frequency: 47Hz ~ 63Hz
  • Current: 10.0A for 100VAC / 6.0A for 240VAC
  • Output: +3.3V@28A; +5V@45A; +12V@26A; -12V@1.0A; -5V@0.8A; +5VSB@2.5A
  • Hold-up Time: 16 ms
  • Nom. Power: 600W
  • Max. Power: 650W
  • P.G. Signal: 100 ~ 500 ms
  • Voltage Protection: Two (2) +12V trip point 13.4V - 15.6V | +5V trip point 5.74V - 7.0V | +3.3V trip point 3.76V - 4.3V
  • Protection Features: Short Circuit, Over Voltage, Over Temperature & Over Power Protection
  • Cooling: One Blue LED 80x80x25mm Ball Bearing Fan, One Blue LED 120x120x25mm Ball Bearing Fan
  • Noise Level: 10.0 ~ 19.0 dBA Max.
  • Dimensions: 160mm (L) x 150mm (W) x 85mm (H)
  • Case: Aluminum, Titanium mirror finish
  • Connectors: 20+4-pin BTX (Motherboard) x1 | 4-pin 12V (Motherboard) x1 | 6Pin PCI express VGA x2 | Multi-use x6 | SATA x4
  • Additional Connectors: 3-pin Fan Connector, Two PCI Express 6-pin Graphics Card Connector
  • Cables: BTX to ATX adapter x1 | 6Pin PCI express VGA x2| 4-pin (3IDE) / (1 Floppy) x2 | 6-pin (HDD/VGA) x2 |4-pin (3 IDE Multi-use) x6 | 15-pin (2 SATA) x4
  • Wiring: Copper shielded & UV Nylon Sleeved




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