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The components are laid out reasonably tidily on a main PCB that's surprisingly small. The heatsinks are also quite small, and the primary capacitor has a standard 85¬įC rating. There isn't
much obstruction to airflow, which is good.
The fan is one of Adda's, which has become popular among quiet PSU makers. It's from the same series used in Seasonic and Corsair PSUs, for example. The fan is soldered directly to terminals on the main PCB.
Equipped with one the the popular Adda 120mm fans.
Marked as a medium speed, ball bearing model.
Output jacks are on a secondary PCB.
All the wiring is direct soldered; heatsinks are small.
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