reminds me of a thermaltake power supply with those colored sockets.
Within the last years Xigmatek was able to establish in the cooling market. Since one year they've also been trying in the power supply market and with the NRP-HC1001 they present a multirail PSU with more than 1000 watts. Xigmatek also claims to hit an efficiency of 87 percent and a MTBF of 120'000 hours.
Originally Posted by corky dorkelson
I know that xigmatek is all the rage right now due to their popular heatsink, but I am not impressed at all with the quality of their products. To me xigmatek is a small notch above rosewill.
Originally Posted by Admiral Mudkipz
I'm sure the quality of this will make you think otherwise. Thermaltake sucks.
|Cosmetically this unit shares many features with the Thermaltake Toughpower 1200w resulting in the same almost faux military color scheme as that. Like other CWT designs the cables are well sleeved and constructed with the exception of the not sleeving them all the way up to the housing. The internal build quality of the Xigmatek NRP-HC1001 is also identical to the other CWT PUC power supplies that use the strictly reference design (like the Toughpower 1200w).......To date we have seen a few CWT PUC based power supplies (Thermaltake Toughpower 1200w, Corsair HX1000W, and Koolance 1300w) and generally those units have shown very good voltage regulation overall and the Xigmatek was looking to carry on in that tradition but its results were certainly not uniformly excellent......However, while the majority of this potential was realized as the unit had good efficiency, and was quiet, this was easily the worst performing example of a CWT PUC unit we have seen to date with its less than stellar voltage regulation.|