ePower EP-1200P10-T2 1200W Tiger Series XLR-Type Power Supply
Category: Power Supply
Manufacturer: Topower Computer Industrial Co., Ltd
Provided by: ePower Technology
Model: EP-1200P10-T2 1200W
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The TestIdle and Load tests
For testing purposes, power supply provided by the ePower was installed in the system with the following components:
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 processor @ 3.5GHz
Intel 975XBX2 "Bad Axe 2" motherboard
2Gb (2x1GB) G.Skill PC2-8000 HZ 4-4-4-5
EVGA GeForce 7950 GX2 @ 550/1300
3x36GB WD Raptors ADFD in RAID 0
2x320GB Seagate Barracuda 7200.10 in RAID 1
Asus DRW-0804P Optical Drive
Sound Blaster X-Fi XtremeMusic
Media Card reader/Floppy Drive combo
Swiftech MCP 650 Water Pump, Apogee CPU block, Dual Heatercore radiator
LIAN LI PC-V2100B case
Fans: 5x120mm, 1x80mm, 1x60mm, 1x40mm, Corsair Dominator RAM cooler
On this close up picture you can see the ePower EP-1200P10-T2 1200W Tiger Series XLR-Type Power Supply installed in the LIAN LI PC-V2100B case.
Idle voltages were measured by powering the system at the default speeds, and voltages with no applications were running for at least 30 minutes.
The load condition was established by running loops of the SM graphics test from 3DMark06 at 1600x1200 resolution with enabled 8x AA and 16x AF and Orthos (2 cores) at the same time for at least 60 minutes. All voltage rails were measured using a digital multimeter by tapping into various connectors. In addition to these stressful applications running, the loaded system was overclocked and overvolted to add more demand to the CPU and graphics card.
The ePower EP-1200P10-T2 1200W Tiger Series XLR-Type Power Supply has a great voltage regulation. The voltage fluctuation was very minimal and stayed well within ATX12V guidelines, which allow for a Â±5% tolerance on all rails. The 120mm Sanyo Denki fan is fairly quite and cools power supply very well. The noise, which was coming from the two fans on my 7950 GX2 video card, was the only noise I could hear :)