BFG Technologies is a relative new-comer to the power supply market, hoping to toss its chips into the pot with its rock solid name in NVIDIA-based graphics cards as its ante. The LS series is the mid-range in BFG's current hand and, despite the lack of an 80PLUS certification, it certainly seems to be an excellent power supply to have. ThinkComputers peeks at the BFG LS 680W in this review.
Features & Specifications
- ATX12V 2.2
- Quad 12V Rails
- SATA Connectors
- PCI Express Ready
- Efficiency: > 80% Typical
- Silent 135mm Intake Fan
- BFG Thermal Control Technology
- Protection Circuitry
- MTBF: > 100,000 hours at 25C, > 40,000 hours at 40C
- 680W Continuous Rated at 40C
- Safety Approval: CCC, CB, UL, TUV, CE, CSA, CUL, NEMKO, SAA, GS, VDE
- Dimensions: 8.6cm W x 15cm H x 16cm D (3.4" W x 6" H x 6.4" D)
- 5 Year Warranty
The LS 680W in contained within a black box with a picture of the unit on the front, as well as highlight information such as the five year warranty and SLI support. The rear of the box shows noise and efficiency graphs, highlighting the quietness and power consumption of the unit.
A thin layer of bubble wrap surrounded the unit during its voyage to me. Included in the box is the LS 680W itself, plus a manual, power cable, and cable ties. The unit is not modular, so there no extra cables to misplace.
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