Corsair SF600 80 Plus Gold SFX Power Supply Review

Over Power Protection and Max Wattage


Power supplies often quote as having various protection mechanisms such and the most important of these is Over Power Protection. In our testing we crank up the power draw until the power supply either shuts down (meaning the OPP mechanism is present and working) or blows up (meaning it is either not present or not working). We then note the maximum power consumption before the power supply shut down (or blew up).

Not done with exceeding our expectations, the SF600 managed to pull a mighty 813W before the OPP kicked in. Naturally it’ll like get a little warm doing this all day long, but for the occasional power spike, you should have nothing to worry about.

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