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XG Magnum External 600w PSU
By: Rich Smith
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    2006-07-25

    Table of Contents:
  • XG Magnum External 600w PSU
  • Opening the box
  • Hooking it up
  • How about a little test?
  • Summing it up

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    There has been a market for some time now for external components. External CD and DVD drives, external USB devices, external hard drives; the list goes on and on. When I was given the opportunity to review the XG Magnum External 600w power supply, I wasn’t sure what to think. An external power supply?

    When I sat and thought about it some more, it started to make a little more sense.  One of the hottest components inside your computer is your power supply.  I mean, if you think about it, if you take the actual mechanical part of the PSU and move it outside your machine, you can instantly lower the heat inside your PC by 20 percent or more.  

    In addition to the heat savings, there is also the space factor. Inside your machine, you no longer have a bulky PSU to work around (not a problem in some cases).  This can make life a lot easier when working inside a confined space.

    So let's take a look at the specs for this bad boy.

    Part #:

    PSMG-600EX

    Wattage:

    600W

    ATX Version:

    V2.01

    Product Material:

    Aluminum

    Number of 12V rails:

    2

    SLI Ready:

    Yes

    Braided Cable:

    EMU Shield/Silver

    Fans:

    Fanless design - Copper radiator w/heat pipes

    Additional Features:

    External PSU Design

    Front LCD display

    QuickConnect Molex Connectors

    Active PFC

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