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Modular Antec TruePower 480 Watt Power Supply *World Exclusive*

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Now some of you are probably wondering if the warranty is voided by FrozenCPU during the sleeving process. The answer to this question is yes, however, FrozenCPU covers the power supply for 30 days after the date of purchase. You have the option to purchase an extended 1yr. warranty though during the order process for $20. So, even though FrozenCPU voids the manufacturers warranty during the sleeving process, they make up for it in the best way possible by offering the same quality warranty you would get from Antec. You really have nothing to lose in this situation.

Something very strange (in a good way) that I noticed when testing the voltages of the power supply was that each voltage level was exactly 0.1V below what it should have been. However, this is perfectly safe being it?s within +/-10% of the rated voltages which are 3.3V, 5V, and 12V. To test the voltages, I used a digital multimeter which was purchased from the ever-so-popular, RadioShack.


0.1V below rated voltage level.


0.1V below rated voltage level.


And 0.1V below the rated voltage level. :)

To test the stability of the power supply, I installed all of my normal hardware onto it and then daisy chained 2 92mm Vantec tornadoes on all of the left over molex connectors. Upon booting the computer there were no fluctuations in the power and no brownouts or blue screens occurred. This power supply is as stable as can be!

Editor's Note: This power supply also ran a 226W Peltier just fine! This is VERY impressive!

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