AXP (known as Xion in the US) have been releasing many high performance products lately, trying to appeal to the widest possible user base of PC enthusiast. A while ago we had a look at one of AXP’s PSUs, the Supernova 800W which we found gave great performance for the price. Today we test another AXP PSU, the 1000W model of the Supernova series. The 800W and 1000W models are much alike and share the same base design, but AXP tuned the newer 1000W version further and improved several of its key performance points.
Manufacturer’s Features and Specifications
Individual 6 x 12V Rail-Design: offers unflappable & clean current delivery under heavy load and provide stable voltage output.
Advance Modular Cabling Support with unique LED design function.
Over Current Protection
Over Voltage Protection
Short Circuit output protection
Up to 85% efficiency
Titanium Nickel Coated Housing
140mm Silent Blue LED Fan with Auto. Temp. Control
Complies with ATX 12V 2.2Version, EPS 12V 2.91, and 2.92 version
The AXP Supernova 1000W unit is supplied inside a fancy looking box. Everything inside the package is well packed and the PSU is wrapped in a bubble bag and protected by Styrofoam pieces, so the product should be safe during shipping. Inside the package you will find a basic manual, a set of four silver thumbscrews, a typical A/C power cable and a clear plastic box with all of the modular cables stored inside.
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