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NZXT Performance Power 800W

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Posted May 12, 2009 by Jake in Cases & PSU

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Specifications & Package

The features of the NZXT Performance Power 800W are as follows:

Introducing the newest PP800 from NZXT, tuned to power the latest peripherals and video cards on the market. The Performance Power 800 will power any high end system on the market today. At 78% load efficiency and paired with four +12V rails, the PP800 is the perfect solution for enthusiast systems. PP800 is certified by NVIDIA(R) for SLI(R) gaming systems.

The features are as follows:

  • SLI-ready Certified Power Supply
  • Complying with Intel ATX / BTX Standard
  • Gold-Coated Connectors
  • Output Over / Under / Short / Overload Protection
  • 78% Efficiency at load
  • Smooth black matte finish
  • Industry Standard ATX V2.91
  • Low Noise 80mm and 120mm Fan
  • Four +12V Rails
  • PCI-E 6/8pin, SATA, EPS12V Ready

The specifications:

  • Model : PP800
  • Type: Complies with ATX 12V 2.2V
  • Maximum Power: 800W
  • Fans: 120mm Fan @ 1900 RPM
  • Dimensions: 140 X 140 X 25 mm
  • Air flow: 82 CFM
  • Temperature Auto Control
  • Main Connector: 20 + 4 Pin2
  • Dual +12V: QUAD 12V RAIL-DESIGN
  • PCI-E Connector: 2 x 6 Pin, 2 x 6+2Pin Cross Fire Ready
  • SLI Support: Yes
  • Efficiency: Up to 85 %
  • Power Good Signal: 100 < 500 ms
  • Hold-up Time: 16ms min.
  • Over Voltage Protection: Yes
  • Overload Protection: Yes
  • Input Voltage: 115 < 230 V
  • Input Frequency Range: 47 < 63 Hz
  • Input Current : 13A @ 115V, 7A @ 230V
  • Output: +3.3@35A,+5V@48A,+12V1@18A,+12V2@18A,+12V3@20A,+ 12V4@22A,-12V@0.5A,+5VSB@2.2A
  • MTBF: >100,000 hours

The Performance Power 800W is packaged in a rather sleek two-tone black box, complete with a single picture of the power supply on the front and a listing of the features and specifications on the side and rear of the box.  The box is packaged in a simple bubble wrap bag, is reasonably snug, and arrived without any damage. Included is a power cord and screws, and nothing else. It’s definitely a very sparse package, perhaps reflecting a more affordable price tag for the unit that NZXT is pursuing. The Performance Power can be found online for as low as $140 if you look around. It’s on the less expensive side of the market for an 800W unit, and is priced about the same as popular 750W models, so depending on how you look at it, you’re either getting an extra 50W out of the deal for the same price, or you’re getting a good deal on an 800W unit.

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NZXT Performance Power 800W
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NZXT Performance Power 800W

Let’s take a closer look at the exterior now.

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