Enlight are a well known manufacturer of PC components and peripherals, albeit not very popular among hardcore enthusiasts. They are a conservative company with few high end products and they mainly aim at the value and mainstream segments of the market. They do have a few products designed for gamers and enthusiasts though, and today we will take a look at one of them; the Sniper Power 650W PSU. Enlight currently has no 800W+ units and this product is their second most powerful they currently produce, but its output is more than enough for the needs of the majority of PC enthusiasts and gamers. Let us have a closer look at it and see how well it can really perform.
Manufacturer Features and Specifications
1 x 24 pin mainboard power
1 x 4 pin 12V
1 x 8 pin EPS12v
2 x Loom with 3×4 pin MOLEX + 1.4 pin FDD (Total 6+1)
The Enlight Sniper Power 650W unit is packed inside a fancy cardboard box. There is plenty of artwork and details concerning the features of the unit, but the box itself is thin and there is little protection for the unit itself. Inside the box you will also find a typical AC power cable, a small manual and four 3M mounting screws.
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