Wednesday, August 25th 2010

Huntkey Announces X7 Series 1200W Power Supply

Together with such well-known PC hardware brands like GYGABYTE, ATI, Geil, Aerocool and Enermax, Huntkey Enterprise Group sponsors the Futuremark Global Overclocking Competition - GIGABYTE OVERHAULING 2010. As the unique authorized power supply sponsor for the Futuremark Global Overclocking Competition -- GYGABYTE OVERHAULING, Huntkey Enterprise Group removed the cover from its Huntkey X7 1200W power supply, which is dedicated to game, DIY and overclocking enthusiasts worldwide. "This is our first time to unveil X7 1200W PSU worldwide," Villa Li, Huntkey Product Manager said.

The Huntkey X7 1200W power supply supports the latest hardware configuration with high high-performance graphic cards under the Microsoft Window7 OS and fully complies with the latest industrial standards EPS12V Version 2.92 and Intel ATX12V Version 2.3. Four advanced technologies: Phase-shifted Full-bridge, Interleaved PFC, Synchronous Rectification and DC to DC Module, allows for higher efficiency, more stability and smooth operations. The 1200W rated continuous power and six +12V rails with cable management design provides superior performance.

"We believe this power supply will impress lots of PC enthusiasts," Villa Li also said. Now the contest will end in 18 days. With two weeks passed, the GYGABYTE OVERHAULING competition has hotted up and attracted numerous OC fans worldwide to participate, with the scores continuously updated.

To let more people experience the Huntkey power supply for free, Huntkey officially announced the online event site as well. By answering three simple questions, visitors will have a chance to win free gifts from Huntkey, including X71200W Power Supply, X7 900W Power Supply, and JUMPER 550W Power Supply.

For more information about the Huntkey X7 1200W, visit the product page.
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28 Comments on Huntkey Announces X7 Series 1200W Power Supply

#1
a_ump
still no real spec's. Amps on those 12v rails, actual efficiency rating.
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#2
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: a_ump
still no real spec's. Amps on those 12v rails, actual efficiency rating.
Follow the link to the product page.
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#3
AlienIsGOD
I for one like the looks of it. The spec's ain't bad either
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#4
Zubasa
The question is how much does it cost?
Huntkey isn't known to be a top brand in the past, in fact far from it.
Unless they adopt some aggressive pricing, why not grab a good Antec, Corsair or Enermax instead?
Either this, or this Huntkey needs to battle them with quality.... (I personally don't have much faith in them)
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#5
Arrakis+9
looks nice, they dont seem to have any north american vendors though.
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#6
Wile E
Power User
by: btarunr
Follow the link to the product page.
It doesn't give any real info, just the OCP rating of 20A for all 6 12v rails. No amperage totals.
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#7
btarunr
Editor & Senior Moderator
by: Wile E
It doesn't give any real info, just the OCP rating of 20A for all 6 12v rails. No amperage totals.
He asked for "Amps on those 12v rails, actual efficiency rating," which are both given in the product page.
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#8
Wile E
Power User
I'm thinking he means combined amperage on the 12V rails.
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#9
Bloodcrazz
20A is not enuf. my 1090t hits ocp only at 4.0ghz and my zalman 750w shuts off if try go any higher
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#10
Wile E
Power User
lol. Your 1090t pulls 240w? I somehow doubt it. What's the rest of your system?
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#13
Bloodcrazz
by: Wile E
That's load at the wall for the entire system, not for just the cpu. What cooler do you have to support 240W of output from your cpu?
ok at stock the system pulls 111w lets say the cpu is pulling nothing
overclocked only the cpu under 100% load it pulls 440w
thats 330w at the wall
psu there using is Enermax Liberty 620 W
which would 80% efficient
80% of 330w is about 270w i think
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#14
Crackshot-Killer
by: Bloodcrazz
ok at stock the system pulls 111w lets say the cpu is pulling nothing
overclocked only the cpu under 100% load it pulls 440w
thats 330w at the wall
psu there using is Enermax Liberty 620 W
which would 80% efficient
80% of 330w is about 270w i think
Your math is totally wrong, and there's no way a CPU can pull 440w or run without consuming any energy at idle either. Plus the efficiency of a PSU is the diffrence between the amount of A/C current converted to D/C. E.G. A PC consuming 80watts of D.C. power would be using 100Watts at the plug at 80 Efficiency.
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#15
Bloodcrazz
by: Crackshot-Killer
Your math is totally wrong, and there's no way a CPU can pull 440w or run without consuming any energy at idle either. Plus the efficiency of a PSU is the diffrence between the amount of A/C current converted to D/C. E.G. A PC consuming 80watts of D.C. power would be using 100Watts at the plug at 80 Efficiency.
my point was that the cpu alone pulls more then 240w and i think i proved that, if said it pull nothing on idle it was only helping him out
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#16
Crackshot-Killer
But you didn't help him out at all, and neither did you prove anything, nor answer his actual question which was what heat-sink you had for you CPU.
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#17
Crackshot-Killer
Explain how you proved it? Simply saying something happens isn't proof without data to back it up.
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#18
Bloodcrazz
by: Crackshot-Killer
But you didn't help him out at all, and neither did you prove anything, nor answer his actual question which was what heat-sink you had for you CPU.
lol my bad
i didn't read the part about a heat sink but anyways it's a waterblock
EK-Supreme HF Full Copper
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#20
LAN_deRf_HA
Why do they still split up the rails like that? Doesn't that just mean you can mess crap up if you don't use the right cord combination on a high load item? At least that's been my experience.
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#21
Crackshot-Killer
by: LAN_deRf_HA
Why do they still split up the rails like that? Doesn't that just mean you can mess crap up if you don't use the right cord combination on a high load item? At least that's been my experience.
Agreed, A single 12V rail would have been far better, personally never used a Huntkey PSU either so can't comment about quality.
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#22
Bloodcrazz
by: Crackshot-Killer
Explain how you proved it? Simply saying something happens isn't proof without data to back it up.
well sorry whole thing was about my/a amd 1090t can hit a 20Amp ocp at over 4.0ghz
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#23
pantherx12
by: Crackshot-Killer
Agreed, A single 12V rail would have been far better, personally never used a Huntkey PSU either so can't comment about quality.
by: LAN_deRf_HA
Why do they still split up the rails like that? Doesn't that just mean you can mess crap up if you don't use the right cord combination on a high load item? At least that's been my experience.
Not if you get a decent multi rail PSU.

I've never over tripped a multi-rail psu that was decent.

Hell its fairly easy not to overload the things anyway, just don't connect everything to one bunch of wires :laugh:
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#24
NdMk2o1o
by: Bloodcrazz
well sorry whole thing was about my/a amd 1090t can hit a 20Amp ocp at over 4.0ghz
No it can't, however you may have more stuff loaded onto the same 12v rail as the CPU hence the OCP kicking in which seems more likely.

You would need to be putting some volts through that CPU for it to use 20a=240w and it would shut off before it got loaded due to overheating as you wouldnt be able to cool 240w on an air cooler.
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#25
a_ump
by: NdMk2o1o] You would need to be putting some volts through that CPU for it to use 20a=240w and it would shut off before it got loaded due to overheating as you wouldnt be able to cool 240w on an air cooler.[/quote][QUOTE=Bloodcrazz
lol my bad
i didn't read the part about a heat sink but anyways it's a waterblock
EK-Supreme HF Full Copper
not air bud ;)
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