Xigmatek NRP-PC702 700W PSU Review

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Xigmatek NRP-PC702 700W PSU – Introduction

Xigmatek may be a relatively new player in the market but their innovative cooling solutions and various power supply units quickly earned the company a good reputation. We have reviewed many of their cooling solutions and high performance power supply units in the past few months and today we are going to have a look at a new PSU from their NRP-PC range, the NRP-PC702 700W. Xigmatek aim the NRP-PC range at the mainstream market, combining value and good performance for the average users who want more than just a cheap product for their systems. Xigmatek makes some bold claims about the performance and electrical efficiency of their NRP-PC702; let’s see if they have achieved their goals…


Manufacturer Features & Specifications

  • High efficiency over 85% – Higher efficiency, lower energy loss, cooler our Earth.
  • Compliant with ATX12V Ver.2.3 – Compliant with latest Intel ATX12V Ver.2.3 PSU design guide.
  • 0.99 Active PFC rate – The highest AC utility rate and active switch for universal AC voltage.
  • Real and stable 700W output – Continuous 700W total DC output for real 100% loading.
  • DC quality with low ripple noise – Low ripple noise DC output for better devices performance.
  • Japanese 105°C Main Capacitor – High-end and more stable Japanese capacitor for better output performance.
  • 140mm silent cooling fan – The bigger fan is equal to lower RPM and less noise.
  • Smart thermal fan control – Fan RPM was controlled by temperature and keep silence in typical loading.
  • All DC cables with mesh sleeve – Reduce airflow resistance for better thermal release in PC case.
  • PCIe graphic card connector support – Support high-end graphic card with PCIe 6/8pin connector.
Product Name NRP-PC702
Product Number CPH-0700U-X02
Power 700W
Dimension 150mm(L) x 160mm(W) x 86mm(H)
Power Factor PF > 0.9
Cooling System 14cm fan, Max. 1800RPM±10%
Hold-up Time 16 ms
Noise Level 16dBA±10% at 800RPM

INPUT
Input Voltage 100-240VAC
Input Frequency Range 47/63Hz
MTBF 100,000 hrs minimum (at 25℃)
Input Current 115Vac/10A max. 230Vac/5A max.

OUTPUT
  Max/Min Regulation Ripple & Noise Output
+5V 20.0A/0.2A +5, -5% 50mV 150W
+3.3V 24.0A/0.5A +5, -5% 50mV
+12V1 30.0A/0.5A +5, -5% 120mV 648W
+12V2 30.0A/1.0A +5, -5% 120mV
-12V 0.3A/0.0A +10, -10% 120mV 3.6W
+5Vsb 2.5A/0.0A +5, -5% 50mV 12.5W
Total Power 700W

Environment
Operating Temp. 10°C to 40°C
Storage Temp. -40°C to 70°C
Operating Humidity 20% to 90%, non-condensing
Storage Humidity 5% to 95%, non-condensing

Protection
  DC Rail Trigger Point/Range
Over Voltage Protection Trip point +3,3 V 4.5 V max.
Trip point +5,0 V 7.0 V max.
Trip point +12,0 V 15.6 V max.
Over Current Protection The power supply should provide OCP and should shutdown before 240VA of each output power (included +5V, +3.3V). The power supply should provide OCP when over current output. of each output power(included +12V).
Short Protection All output to GND

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