BFG EX-1200W PSU

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Introduction

Competition in the power supply market in 2009 has been extremely competitive with many companies dipping their toes into this specific market. BFG have always been a major GFX card manufacturer and are also one of a few high profile companies who have recently diversified into the PSU market. Despite being one of the newer companies in this particular field, the first few series of PSU products has earned BFG a good reputation with discerning enthusiasts.

Being an aggressive company BFG have now released a very high performance 1.2kW+ unit aimed at the most hardcore of enthusiasts. Today we will thoroughly test it and see what kind of performance it can deliver to this demanding segment of the market.


Manufacturer’s Features & Specifications

Specifications
ATX12V 2.2/EPS12V 2.91
Quad +12V Rails
Silent 135mm Intake Fan
Efficiency: > 80% Typical
MTBF: > 100,000 Hours at 25°C, > 20,000 Hours at 40°C
1200W Continuous Rated at 40°C
PCI Express Ready
Safety Approval: UL, CB, TUV, CE and FCC
Dimensions: 15cm x 8.6cm x 16.5cm (5.9" x 3.4" x 6.5")
DC Output
+3.3V = 30A
+5V = 30A
+3.3V + 5V Max. Combined Wattage = 170W
+12V1 = 40A
+12V2 = 40A
+12V3 = 40A
+12V4 = 40A
+12V Max. Combined Wattage = 1180W
-12V = 0.5A
+5VSB = 3.0A
-12V + 5VSB Max. Combined Wattage = 20W
Included In Box
1 x 1200 Watt Power Supply Unit
7 x Modular Cables
1 x US Power Cable
1 x Users Guide
4 x Mounting Screws
5 x Velcro® straps
Connectors
1 x 24-Pin (20+4-Pin) Motherboard Connector
1 x 4-Pin CPU 12V Power Connector
1 x 8-Pin CPU 12V Power Connector
1 x 8-pin (4+4) CPU 12V Power Connector
3 x 6-Pin PCI Express Connectors
3 x 8-Pin (6+2-pin) PCI Express Connectors
9 x 4-Pin Molex Connectors
2 x 4-Pin Floppy Connectors
12x SATA Connectors
Works With The Following Motherboards
PCI Express
AGP
PCI
  • Includes six PCI Express® Connectors for Multi Graphics Card Support
  • Features new 8-Pin PCI Express® Connectors
  • Quad 12V Rails
  • Lifetime Warranty and 24/7 Tech Support
  • ATX12V 2.2 / EPS12V 2.91 – Supports the latest Intel® and AMD® based platforms requiring 24-Pin motherboard and 4-Pin or 8-Pin 12V connectors. With the 20+4-Pin motherboard connector, it is also backward compatible with previous ATX standards.
  • Quad +12V Rails – By splitting the +12V source into four separate rails, your components are provided the most stable power available while upholding rigorous safety standards.
  • PCI Express® Ready – The PCI Express power connectors ensure compatibility with many high-end and graphics cards without having to use unreliable, often performance hindering adapters.
  • SATA Connectors – Serial ATA connectors allow you to connect serial ATA devices without needing special adapters.
  • BFG Thermal Control Technology – During regular operation, the fan slows down to reduce unnecessary noise.
  • Protection Circuitry – Built-in protection circuitry is able to handle common power irregularities such as over-voltage, overload, and short circuits.
  • MTBF – A mean time between failure rating of greater than 100,000 hours guarantees a long lasting and reliable source of power.
  • High Efficiency – While most computer power supplies pinnacle at 80% efficiency, the BFG EX Series is typically 80% to 85% efficient, which means more power drawn from the outlet is converted to DC power for your computer than many of the other units on the market.

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