|Item model number||NP-1PM-E850A-US|
|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 5.9 x 3.39 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.9 x 5.9 x 3.39 inches|
|Manufacturer||NZXTU - pallet ordering|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||June 30, 2018|
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NZXT E850 - NP-1PM-E850A-US - 850-Watt ATX Gaming Power Supply (PSU) - Fully Modular Design - 80 Plus Gold Certified - Silent Operation - Digital Voltage and Temperature Monitoring - 10 Year Warranty
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- 80 PLUS GOLD CERTIFIED: E Series PSUs provide long-term durability and reliability
- MONITOR YOUR PERFORMANCE: Power indicators monitored and tracked through CAM software
- SAFER POWER: Onboard DSP lets you enable independent over-current protection (OCP) for the 12V output to the motherboard, CPU, and GPU, providing even better protection for your expensive components
- SILENT OPERATION: When powering loads under 100 W, the 0 dB Mode provides fully silent operation
- FULLY MODULAR DESIGN: Reduces cable clutter and simplifying system building and expansion for single GPU or multi GPU builds
- WARRANTY: 10 Year Limited Warranty
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NZXT POWER SUPPLY
The new E Series ATX power supplies from NZXT feature digital voltage and temperature monitoring for precise, real-time information about your PSU, including uptime, wattage by rail, and temperature. Store and track key data over time using CAM so you’ll always have an accurate picture of your PSU’s health. They are manufactured with top-quality components, delivering both peace of mind and clean, reliable power to your gaming system. NZXT E Series PSUs are available in 500W, 650W, and 850W configurations.
MONITOR YOUR POWER
The E850 provides real-time wattage indicators for the three 12V rails, along with total uptime and internal temperature. Compare CPU and GPU power draw to rated TDP and track historical data using CAM.
RELIABLE AND EFFICIENT POWER
The E850 delivers up to 850 watts of power with 80 Plus Gold certification. Built with only Japanese capacitors to provide long-term durability and reliability.
|Dimensions||150 x 150 x 86 mm||150 x 150 x 86 mm||150 x 150 x 86 mm|
|Material||Steel, PCB and plastic||Steel, PCB and plastic||Steel, PCB and plastic|
|Compliance Standard||ATX12V v2.4 / EPS12V v2.92||ATX12V v2.4 / EPS12V v2.92||ATX12V v2.4 / EPS12V v2.92|
|PF Correction||Active 0.99||Active 0.99||Active 0.99|
|AC Input Rating||100-240Vac, 12-6A, 50-60Hz||100-240Vac, 9-4.5 A, 50-60Hz||100-240Vac, 8-4A, 50-60Hz|
|Fan Specs||Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm Speed: 0-1,800 + 180 RPM Airflow: 73.9 CFM Noise: 32.3 dBA Bearing: FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing)||Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm Speed: 0-1,800 + 180 RPM Airflow: 73.9 CFM Noise: 32.3 dBA Bearing: FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing)||Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25mm Speed: 0-1,800 + 180 RPM Airflow: 73.9 CFM Noise: 32.3 dBA Bearing: FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing)|
|Hazardous Materials||RoHS & China RoHS||RoHS & China RoHS||RoHS & China RoHS|
|Energy Efficiency||80 Plus Gold 20% loading: 87%, 50% loading: 90%, 100% loading: 87% @115Vac||80 Plus Gold 20% load: 87%, 50% load: 90%, 100% load: 87% @115Vac||80 Plus Gold 20% loading: 87%, 50% loading: 90%, 100% loading: 87% @115Vac|
|Operation Temperature||0 to 50°C||0 to 50°C||0 to 50°C|
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|Item Dimensions||5.90 x 5.90 x 3.39 inches||8.90 x 4.00 x 7.00 inches||5.51 x 5.90 x 3.38 inches||7.09 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches|
|Item Weight||8.00 lbs||3.80 lbs||4.47 lbs||8.00 lbs|
The new E Series ATX power supplies from NZXT feature digital voltage and temperature monitoring for precise, real-time information about your PSU, including uptime, wattage by rail, and temperature. Store and track key data over time using CAM so you'll always have an accurate picture of your PSU's health. They are manufactured with top-quality components and backed by a 10-year warranty, delivering both peace of mind and clean, reliable power to your gaming system.
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The USB interface at this point is mostly worthless. You can collect data from the power supply with NZXT's CAM software, and by "collect data" I mean display real-time power and temperature information as well as rudimentary graphs. You don't even get peak or average information for this data. Professional reviewers have noted that the power readings are inaccurate as well.
For what you are paying for this you are getting industry average power efficiency and the gimmick of a USB interface that offers no real value.
However, I was more than a little shocked there is NO single PCI-E 8 pin (or 6+2) cable included. There are just three dual 6+2 cables. What about users who just have ONE graphics card with ONE 8-pin power? Given that this costs MORE than comparable PSUs from other brands, there shouldn't be LESS variety of cables included.
Software control is so limited, that I wouldn't really count it as a plus. Fan comes set to the Silent profile, which is as Silent as it can get. It doesn't allow you to tune the fan for more silence, or to kick in at higher loads/temperature, which is the main reason I would not rate this PSU a 5-star: Silent profile is still loud, considering that any load pretty much, puts the PSU at over 100W and kicks in the fan on to the minimum, which is 23%. The fan is not a Silent fan, so although very quiet, is already audible then. It also runs at full blast when powering up the computer, which I don't appreciate, and is also unnecessary. The other software control is to lower the overcurrent protection... but why in the world would you want to do that?
So a proven platform, with the addition of very good, very reliable software monitoriong sounds nice, but the problem is pricing. I got the PSU for $99 on a December sale, which is good, and competes well with other very good 650W PSUs, albeit $10-$15 more expensive. There's the software cost for you. But at the usual $149, it makes absolutely no sense at all. As mentioned, this is basically a Seasonic Focus+ Gold with software monitoring and louder. The Seasonic PSU can be found for $89 usually. Focus+ Platinum, Prime Series PSUs, Corsair RX Series can all be found for way less than $149, and some even with higher capacity (for example 750W). Heck, NZXTs own E850, full 200W more, is only $10 more.
Sorry, but unless you find a real deal like I did, this PSU makes absolutely no sense. At the right price, it IS a very good PSU. Same applies to the other two PSU sizes in NZXTs lineup (500W and 850W).
I mean, DEAD dead. I tried swapping back to the old PSU, switched out RAM, sent video through my graphics card and onboard hdmi, the whole nine yards. Finally decided to bring everything to Geek Squad, where they were helpful enough to test the E850. The results revealed the particular unit I recieved failed to output the correct voltage to the CPU port. Motherboard was fried. It seems the time for an upgrade has been forced sooner than later.
I'm disappointed, but I also understand that these things can be a lottery and I could've been the unlucky loser. That still doesn't change the fact that a product that advertises itself as premium, high quality and efficiency, with digital readouts and control, did substantial damage to my pc and has set me back hundreds of dollars. I'm asking for a replacement, but this has left a bad taste in my mouth.
I'd give it a one star if it wasn't for the fan noise. While researching this product, many reviews criticized the noise produced by the fan. While I never had an opportunity to put the E850 under load, I will say that the fans seemed manageable, and unless you're aiming for a stealth build you should find the noise here acceptable.