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Super Flower PSU
By: jkabaseball
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    Table of Contents:
  • Super Flower PSU
  • TTGI? Super Flower? Four Fans?
  • Testing
  • Casual Use Test
  • Overclocking
  • Conclusion

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    Super Flower PSU - TTGI? Super Flower? Four Fans?

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    The first thing I noticed on the box as well as the PSU is that, next to the Super Flower logo, there is also the TTGI logo. TTGI is a lot like Super Flower. I went each of their websites and found out that Super Flower PSUs are merely TTGI PSUs with the Super Flower logo thrown onto them. TTGI doesn'tít sell directly to consumers. They make it very clear that you need to go to a distributor to buy a TTGI PSU. It turns out that there are only a dozen or so distributors. Super Flower seems a little more user friendly. While you still canít buy the PSU through their website, finding resellers is a little easier.

    This particular PSU is available in five different colors. You can match it with your case if you like. I went with gray because Iím not adventurous. It weighed in at 5.6lbs.

    Branching out from the PSU are the main motherboard connector, 12v rail, an Auxiliary line, 10 molex connectors, and two floppy connectors. The only thing I would like to have seen is at least a SATA or two.

    One of the unique parts of this PSU is its fans. Thereís nothing odd about the fans, but there are four of them. There is one on the side sucking in (8-cm), two on the bottom sucking in (4 cm each) and one on the outside of the case blowing out (8 cm). Thatís three in and one out. It's worth noting that the fans sucking in together are easily more powerful than the one fan blowing out. 

    The one fan blowing out has built in LEDs. They arenít very powerful, and they sit on the back of the computer. If you case is located like mine, you won't see the lights, because they will be blocked by the case. 

    Located on the back of the unit is the fan control. Four fans can get quite noisy. The low level was quiet; all the noise I heard was coming from other sources. The auto mode was just about the same as the low, but the turbo sounded like a jet.

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