Secifications and Package
Below are the main features of the Quanta units From DeepCool:
- 80 PLUS GOLD certified – Up to 87~90% efficient(20~100% loading),to reduce your electricity cost;;
- Compliant Intel ATX12V 2.3 & SSI EPS 12V 2.92 standard;
- 24/7 @ 50°C Guaranteed 750W of Continuous Power;
- High quality Japanese capacitors, ensure the stable output performance;
- Powerful single 12V Power Rail will offer a perfect performance under all kinds of loading;
- Auto Switching circuit can power the wide voltage output within 90~264V;
- Double-Layer EMI Filter protects from electromagnetic interference & restrains noise;
- Energy saving design, consume <1W in its off-mode,compliant Erp standard;
- Modularized flat cabling design reduces the resistance of airflow by a regular cable layout, and increases the cooling capability of system;
- The longer cable design supports cable management perfectly;
- High reliability with an MTBF of at least 120,000 hours of use;
- CircuitShield-Over Voltage Protection(OVP),Under Voltage Protection(UVP),Short Circuit Protection(SCP),Over Power Protection(OPP);
- 140mm LED silent fan with PWM function
Below we see the specification sticker for the 750W model. Of particular note is the single +12V rail, with 62A and 744W avaialble. for hungry graphics cards.
The DeepCool Quanta comes boxed in a rather basic, gold and black package, likely a takeoff of the 80Plus Gold certification for the unit. Contained on the front is some basic info such as the wattage, modular cable design, and blue LED fan.
The rear of the box provides more detailed information about the specific features, DC ouput specifcations, and 92% peak efficiency.
There’s little to the accessory package here other than the modular cables, power cord, and four screws. It’s minimal, but it gets the job done.
Since DeepCool Quanta units are not fully modular, the additional cables are included in the box, packed separately. There is a good assortment of modular cables, with sufficient lengths, although you might have a bit of a stretch in some instances if you’re going with a full tower.
There is a signficant difference here from what we typically see on most modular power supples, as the cables are flat and plasticized cables. In our experience, the flat cables are a bit easier to fold and hide away inside your case.
Let’s take a closer look at the exterior now.