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    Ultra X-Finity 500W and 600W with FlexForce cables
    Author: JonnyGuru
    Date Posted:22/08/2005 14:20.12
    SLRating: (500W) SLRating: 9.5/10
    SLRating: (600W) SLRating: 9/10
    Bottom Line: X-Finity was always a capable power supply at a fair price, JonnyGuru reviewed the 500W and 600W with FlexForce cables, they both faired well and one almost got 10 out of 10, read on to find out which one .....

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    Inside the X-Finity

    Inside the shiny "titanium" finish, the difference between the 500W and 600W X-Finity's are HUGE.

    500W X-Finity on the left. 600W on the right. The difference in size is almost laughable.

    The 500W looks very similar to the previous year's 500W X-Finity. A normal sized power supply by all accounts. Then there's the 600W...

    Inside, the 500W X-Finity looks very much the same as it ever did.

    This thing is huge! Every aspect of the 600W power supply is large. From the heatsinks to the pair of 1500uF caps. Yet it still requires two 80MM fans to cool itself. That alone tells me what kind of power this thing is capable of doing.

    The 600W is absolutely huge. From it's massice heatsinks to it's pair of 1500uF mains caps.

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    1. Introduction
    2. FlexForce Cables
    3. Power Output
    4. Inside the X-Finity
    5. Testing Methodology Results
    6. Analysis of Results
    7. Conclusion

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