Legit Power Supply Reviews
IN WIN GreenMe 650W Power Supply Review
|Manufacturer:||IN-WIN Development Inc.|
|Date:||Tue, Jul 17, 2012 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Legit Staff|
The GreenMe 650W PSU
Now that is something different; even though the chassis and basic design of the GreenMe 650W unit is no different than the majority of ATX compliant power supplies, In Win painted this unit bright white. The bright white paint will create a highly contrasting theme in all-black cases but will also match the overall theme of white cases. It is a short unit, the dimensions of which fully comply with the ATX design guide specifications, thus it should easily fit inside any ATX compatible case.
Most of the unit’s right side is covered by a sticker littered with the unit’s electrical specifications. The other sides of the unit are entirely plain.
This unit is not modular, consequently the rear side of the unit is entirely clean as well, save from the basic hole where all the native cables come out from.
Cables and Connectors
All of the GreenMe’s cables are sleeved and the connectors are black; a pretty standard approach, with the only noteworthy part being the easy-change Molex connectors. There are two 8-Pin PCI Express connectors, 3 Molex connectors, six SATA connectors and one floppy connector.
The front side of the GreenMe 650W unit is perforated, with only a simple on/off switch next to the A/C cable plug.
Next Page - A look inside
Page 1 - Going Green With Your PSU and In Win
Page 2 - Unboxing the power supply
Page 3 - External Design
Page 4 - A look inside
Page 5 - Test Setup
Page 6 - Testing results (Regulation & Ripple)
Page 7 - Testing results (Efficiency, Noise & Thermal)
Page 8 - Final Thoughts & Conclusion