Here we have the first
of the two "fixed cable" power supplies we're going to test: A
Fortron Source FSP600-80GLC. Because there's no modular interface, the only
to be the length and gage of the wire, the connector
at the load and the load itself. But as we've seen with the three modular
power supplies we've already tested, the cable itself plays a pretty large
part in the delta between the power supply's PCB and the load.
the 0A load results? Well, for some odd reason, the 12V rail that powered
the PCI-e connector had
a lower voltage than once it had a load on it, so Excel didn't bother charting
The FSP showed
less drop in voltage than the modulars when measurements were taken between
the main PCB and the load, but it was actually only .01V off from the Ultra
a look at one more power supply. Another one with fixed cables.....