Chill CP-520M 520W Modular ATX Power Supply, +85%

- Real 520W Ultra Stable Output
- Modular Design (removable cables)
- 135 mm Ultra Silent Fan, 11 blades
- +85% Efficiency, <1W Standby
- Dual 12V Power Rails (2 x 25A)
- High-Grade 'Long-Life' capacitors
- Full black cable Sleeving
- Latest ATX 2.3 & EPS 2.92 Design
- PCI-Express V2.0 (6+2-pin)
- Nvidia SLI & ATI CrossFire
- Energy Star V5 compliance
- RPM Monitor cable

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The CP-520M 520W is a Modular (removable cables) ATX Power Supply (PSU) offering ultra high efficiency and market leading silent operation. No more excessive cables taking up space and blocking airflow - You simply connect the number of cables needed for the system!. The modularity also offers much better flexibility for upgrades and future cable requirements.

With 520W Real Output rated at 50°C, this ATX 2.3 / EPS12V based Power Supply is capable of running even heavy Duo/Quad Core based systems. It has full support for the latest PCI-Express V2.0 (6+2-pin connection) with Nvidia SLI & ATI CrossFire compliance. With ultra high +85% Efficiency, a remarkable low <1W Standby consumption, Active-PFC and of course a RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) compliant design, we truly care about the environment - and your electrical bill as well!. Equipped with high-grade components and 105°C Long-Life capacitors, the effective design will constantly keep output and voltage regulation tight and ultra stable. This provides the best possible foundation for extreme overclocking, 24/7 servers and truly silent computing.

The virtually silent operation conditions have always been a key trademark and continue to amaze noise enthusiasts around the world. The advanced thermal controlled fan management system, together with the huge 135mm ultra-silent fan, will always ensure the lowest possible noise vs. performance ratio in the industry. It will not just remain silent at idle/normal load like most other silent PSU's!. Secondly, it can even improve case airflow and lower system temperatures in general, as it does not get remarkable hot. Now this is True Power - No Noise

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Chill CP-520M 520W Modular ATX Power Supply, +85%
- Real 520W Ultra Stable Output
- Modular Design (removable cables)
- 135 mm Ultra Silent Fan, 11 blades
- +85% Efficiency, <1W Standby
- Dual 12V Power Rails (2 x 25A)
- High-Grade 'Long-Life' capacitors
- Full black cable Sleeving
- Latest ATX 2.3 & EPS 2.92 Design
- PCI-Express V2.0 (6+2-pin)
- Nvidia SLI & ATI CrossFire
- Energy Star V5 compliance
- RPM Monitor cable

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FAQ

Chill Innovation ATX Power Supplies: 

Will the Chill Power Supplies increase my system temperature due to the virtually silent operation?
No, our heat dissipation technology is superior to most conventional Power Supplies and will actually help reducing your system temperature and improve case airflow. Other Silent PSU's will have a higher chassis- and operating temperature and less good airflow, due to the reduced fan speed. Then you would just need additional case fans, that in return will result in higher noise levels. Pointless!


Does the Chill Power Supplies fit all computer cases and motherboards?
The latest Chill Power Supply series fit all cases and motherboards complying with the ATX 2.x standard. Older hardware, typically from before year 2003-2005, might be based on the older out phased ATX1.x standard featuring other specifications and a -5V rail among others. Check your documentation for requirements / compliance. Most of our older models features ATX1.3 compliance including a -5V rail (check output specifications / PSU label), but these models are no longer in production since mid 2006.

All of our 'Modular' based Power Supplies comes with extended 20/24-pin Main-ATX and ATX12V/EPS12V cable length, in order to offer better support for PC cases with bottom mounted Power Supply.


How does the RPM Monitor feature works?
Your motherboard has to support this feature. Connect the signal cable from the PSU to a 3-pin POWER/CASE FAN plug on the motherboard. Monitor software should be supplied with the motherboard or 3rd party. With this feature you will be able to monitor the fan speed of the built-in fan to ensure it is running properly and to get an idea of your current load/temperature conditions inside.


Can I count on the Voltages readings provided by the Mainboard/BIOS?
No, not at all unfortunately!. The only way to get accurate voltage readings is to use a good Multimeter / Voltmeter. It is not unusual the motherboard probe readings will differ up to +/- 1V from the actual rating.


Can I count on my 'Energy meter' when measuring PC Power / Standby consumption?
Unfortunately, most cheaper 'Energy meters' cannot measure inductive load from Switch Mode based products correctly. Computer Power Supplies, as well as most other modern home electronics like televisions, DVD / Blue-ray players, game consoles etc. are based on Switch Mode technology. On such products you will get incorrect Watt readings, especially for lower loads, such as Standby consumption.

Make sure your 'Energy meter' has inductive / Switch Mode support in order to get correct readings. However it does take expensive PRO equipment for fully accurate readings on Switch Mode based products.

All current Chill Power Supply models only have 0,4 - 0,9W Standby consumption. Please notice, that your motherboard and connected USB devices etc. also might have a standby consumption. You can normally adjust BIOS/jumper settings to prevent USB ports to be powered during standby and also disable Ethernet features like Wake-On-Lan (WOL) etc. which require standby power.

The Spar-O-Meter from the Danish Energy Saving trust can measure inductive load to some extend. 

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