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High Power Astro PT 700W Platinum Power Supply Review

Specifications and Packaging

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The Astro PT 700W power supply is rated for a combined, continuous output power of up to 700 watts at up to 45°C and includes universal AC line input and active PFC.  The power supply operates in a single +12V rail mode, comes with a good selection of both fixed and modular cables and features a tri-color LED real-time power monitoring display on the back panel. The Astro PT 700W PSU meets the ErP 2013 guidelines and is backed by a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty.

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Specifications from the High Power web site:

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Packaging and Parts

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The Astro PT 700W power supply arrived securely packed inside a standard retail box that highlights the unit's main features and specifications. In addition to the power supply the package includes a black nylon pouch containing seven modular cables, a power cord, mounting screws, case badge, and a multi-language User Manual.

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July 1, 2013 | 04:59 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Why don`t we convert to 240V in the USA as it is more efficient ?

July 3, 2013 | 09:44 AM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

We do have 240 volts in the US. All you need to do is hire an electrician to install a 240v 20 amp outlet where you use your computer and put a matching plug on your computer power cord and you can enjoy the efficiency of 240 volt power yourself.

July 2, 2013 | 07:30 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

the states are 115v 60hz due to lots of reasons, most of them historical and completely anachronistic, but no one wants to rip out the entire electrical system... just to dam entrenched...

July 8, 2013 | 01:21 PM - Posted by jonnyGURU (not verified)

The link from the overview to the actual review says "Please continue reading our Dark Power Pro 10 850W power supply review!!!" even though it's a review for a High Power Astro PT 700W. Cut and paste?

July 17, 2013 | 08:34 AM - Posted by Lee Garbutt aka...

Fixed - thanks!

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