futurelooks.com: With 650 Watts of juice, dual 12 volt rails, and ready for SLI and other dual graphic card solutions, it sounds like every other power supply out on the market. Besides the fact that it comes from NZXT, is there anything else unique about this power supply to set it apart from the sea of other units? Let's find out!
overclockersclub.com: Precise: a word that brings most of us to the edge of our respective thrones, whether to oogle at that brand new BMW or admire a special piece of computer hardware. NZXT is bringing that sought-after "show and shine quality" you normally expect to see on new BMWs to your home with their latest 650 Watt Precise Power source. NZXT is a newcomer to the computer hardware game, established in 2004 by a group of gamers who wanted to design products aimed at the gaming community. With the release of their new line of power sources they are taking a wider stance in the market, and securing a strong foothold.
3dgameman.com: While the NZXT Precise Power Supply doesn't have modular leads, it has efficient power, is Active PFC, looks great, and has a quiet 120mm fan. It comes with the standard leads, but also has dual PCI-E lends for an NVIDIA SLI or ATI Crossfire setup. It even has 6 fan connectors on three additional leads. Overall, it's a very stable power supply that will satisfy most computer users.
techgage.com: NZXT has impressed us quite a bit with their Lexa and Apollo cases, so we were looking forward to giving their entry into the PSU market a spin! It proves itself to be a supply worthy of your consideration, but is a wee bit overpriced.
ocia.net: The NZXT Precise series of power supplies carries an impressive list of features. nVidia SLI certified. Dual Independent/Combined +12v Rails. Active Power Factor Correction. Low noise operation <30dB. Truly a power supply for the intense system builder. My only worry with a power supply of this caliber was whether I could throw enough at it to really put it through its paces?
ocia.net: A power switch is located on the rear of the unit, as well as a switch for the +12v rail which can be set to "split" or "combined". This is the first power supply I have seen that offers such a switch. There has been a lot of talk the past few years with the introduction of multiple 12v rails, and even more as of late with the jump back to single 12v rails. >From the outside, each method seems to have its pros and cons, so I decided to settle it once and for all and see which method truly is the best choice.
overclockersclub.com: If youve got any kind of up-to-date system, you are well aware of how important having a properly sized power supply is. From experience, an undersized power supply causes many problems that are seemingly unrelated. Problems like computer lock ups, BSODs, programs that start having weird flaky problems, even data corruption can occur. These problems are sometimes hard to troubleshoot and youll probably end up blaming your motherboard, RAM, or processor. The solution to the problem is, of course, to ensure that you have the right size power supply for your system.
bigbruin.com: To put it simply, the NZXT Precise 1200W Power Supply is superb. The voltage regulation is way above par, the overall build quality is very good, and it has a simple understated design without any gawdy extras. Anyone who has a huge, power hungry computer may be interested in this unit, but unless your middle name is &quot;Overkill&quot;, then it will honestly be a lot more power than you could possibly need.
thinkcomputers.org: NZXT is really not known for power supplies. They have made some of the best cases we have seen recently in the Lexa Blackline and the Adamas both of which received our Editor's Choice Award. So we have never tested a power supply from NZXT, but if they put as much quality into their power supplies as they do into their cases we should be satisfied. Today we are looking at the Precise Power 1200W, which features six +12V rails, an Active PFC, and a badass gun metal finish.