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Old 11-29-2011, 07:59 AM   #1
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Default NZXT HALE82 850 W Power Supply Review

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Title: NZXT HALE82 850 W Power Supply Review
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"The HALE82 is the latest power supply series from NZXT, available in 650 W, 750 W, and 850 W versions. These power supplies feature a modular cabling system, 80 Plus Bronze certification, and DC-DC de..."

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Old 11-30-2011, 02:12 AM   #2
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A little error in the Main Specs overview, it says nominal power is 600W and max is 712W. Probably a copy/paste oversight?
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Oooops! Fixed, thanks!
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I'm investigating the history of power supply architectures, and your site has an amazing amount of information. Thank you for creating it.

One minor correction: the APW7159 PWM controller link in this review goes to the wrong page (the MOSFET datasheet, which the MOSFET text should link to).

And if I can throw in a random question: when power supply manufacturers say they use a "double forward converter", they mean a two-switch forward converter, not interleaved forward converters, or double secondaries, right?

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Thanks for the correction, I am fixing the wrong link right away.

Yes, "double forward converter" is another way to say "two-transistor forward."

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