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Azza Titan 850W Power Supply


by Grace - 4th October 2009
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Introduction


Today we will be reviewing a power supply from a new comer to the particular market segment, Azza. Even though most European and Asian enthusiasts might have not heard of Azza before, the company was founded back in 1999 and is well known to the North American market. Azza’s first products were motherboards, but recently they moved on to designing and manufacturing computer cases and power supply units. They currently have a relatively small line-up of products, consisting of 5 cases and 4 power supply units. It is their best and most powerful power supply product which we are going to review today, the Titan 850W.

Manufacturer's Features & Specifications

Model Name:
Titan 850
Model Number:
PSAZ-850A14
Type:
ATX & EPS 12V 2.92
Maximum Power:
850W
Fans:
1x140mm Blue LED Fan
PFC:
Active
Main Connector:
20+4pin, 8(4+4)pin, 4pin
12V Rails:
6 lines
PCI-E Connector:
2x6pin, 2x(6+2)pin
SLI:
Ready
CrossFire:
Ready
Efficiency:
>80%
Efficiency Certify:
80+Certify
Over Voltage Protection:
Yes
Over Load Protection:
Yes
Input Voltage:
115V/240V
Input Frequency Range:
50Hz/60Hz
Input Current:
15A
Output:
+3.3V@24A
+5V@30A
+12V@68A
-12V@0.5A
+5VSB@5A
MTBF:
100,000 hrs at 25C, Full Load

Connector:
1x20+4 Pin Motherboard
1x8(4+4)Pin EPS Connector
1x4Pin ATC Connector
2xSLI Connector
8xSATA Connector
8xIDE Connector
1xFloppy Connector
VER: 2.92
Fan: 1x140mm Blue LED Super Silent Fan
Warranty: 3 Years Parts Limited
3 Years Labor Limited

AC INPUT
115V~240V
DC OUTPUT
+3.3V
+5V
+12V1
+12V2
+12V3
+12V4
+12V5
+12V6
12V
+5VSB
 
Min output current
1.0A
1.0A
0.8A
0.8A
0.5A
1.0A
1.0A
1.0A
0A
0.1A
500W
Max output Current
24A
30A
20A
20A
20A
33A
33A
20A
0.5A
2.0A
Max combined Wattage
170W
816W(68A)
6W
25W
MAX 850W
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