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Arbitrary list of popular lights - Winter Solstice 2017 edition
Because a definitive buyer's guide is too hard, I've made an arbitrary list of popular lights you should consider if you're shopping for a light. This is not the last word in what's good, but a list of lights that are often bought or recommended here with a touch of my own opinion thrown in. Exclusion from this list doesn't mean a light isn't good.
Briefly, here are some characteristics that are usually considered desirable. Most of the recommended lights won't have all of them, but these are things to look for when shopping for lights:
- Neutral white tint - the vast majority of people with an opinion prefer a color temperature that's within the range of direct sunlight, which is generally marketed as "neutral white", but sometimes as "warm white"
- A lack of red, or especially green off-tints, beam artifacts and tint shift from the center of the beam to the edges
- A user interface that does not require cycling through different modes to turn off, and does not change modes every time the light is turned off
- A lack of blinking modes within the standard mode rotation, either because the light doesn't have any, or they're "hidden" by being accessed in a different manner than the usual modes
- An IP waterproofing rating - most good lights are rated for IPX8 with the depth and duration of submersion specified by the manufacturer
- A lack of timed stepdowns. Some lights only produce their maximum output for a few minutes at a time. While some powerful lights can get too hot to hold if run on high constantly, the hardware necessary to measure temperature and only reduce power if the light is actually too hot costs only a few cents, but many lights won't overheat badly anyway
- Full-spectrum, or high-CRI for more accurate color rendering. Color rendering index, or CRI is the most common measurement of this; average LEDs are about 70. Over 80 is decent, and over 90 is excellent. The highest I've heard of from an LED is 97. This is more important for seeing detail than absolute output and can be the difference between a stick and a snake on the trail.
- A sub-lumen moonlight mode (for general-use lights)
- A user interface that allows access to the lowest and highest modes from off without having to cycle through other modes
- A user interface where a single click turns the light on in a reasonable mode, and another single click turns it off.
About specsLumens are total output. Don't worry about small differences in output. You probably can't detect a 10% difference in lumens with your eyes, and 20% is barely noticeable. It takes 4 times the lumens to look twice as bright. Candela is intensity, which translates to throw distance. FL1 throw numbers are about right for detecting large objects; cut them in half for seeing clearly. FL1 runtime numbers are to 10% output and can be misleading. Look for a review with a runtime graph.
Performance specs for AA and AAA powered lights are usually given with NiMH rechargeable batteries. Alkalines don't perform as well, and may leak corrosive electrolyte.
If you want something particularly powerful or long-lasting, you should probably skip right to the 18650-powered lights. This battery significantly outperforms other options, especially alkalines.
So, on to the list, by general category:
(Other than 1xAAA)
- Nitecore Tube - a brighter, variable output, USB-charging replacement for button-cell keychain lights with shortcuts to high and low modes from off. $10
- Nitecore TIP CRI - a bigger Tube with more output, neutral white tint, 90+ CRI and a dual-switch user interface that has shortcuts to low, high and last-used modes. $35
- The Cooyoo Quantum, and rebranded versions by several manufacturers such as the Fenix UC02. There are versions in more exotic metals including stainless steel, copper and titanium. This uses a removable 10180 size Li-ion battery and has USB charging. $25 (for the Fenix in aluminum)
- Thrunite Ti3 - 3-mode with a twisty switch, available in neutral white. Starts in a sub-lumen moonlight mode if it has been off for longer than 10 seconds. $20
- Lumintop Tool - 3-mode with a clicky switch. Usually comes with a cool white Cree XP-G2, but sometimes a neutral white, high-CRI Nichia is available. Offered in colors other than black, as well as copper and titanium. The popular Maratac AAA is a copper twisty Nichia version of this. $20 for the aluminum version.
- BLF 348 - this is a simple 1-mode 50 lumen light with a 90 CRI neutral white Nichia 219B. Can use a 10440 for 175 lumens and shorter runtime. $9
- Killzone 348 - Functionally identical to the BLF 348, but shipped from the US from a more reliable vendor. $13
- Peak Eiger - a high-end option. Made in the US by a small shop, fully adjustable brightness using quantum tunneling composite. Fancy metals offered. High-CRI available and recommended. $50
- Thrunite Ti4 - this is a longer, brighter Ti5. Neutral white available. Titanium sometimes available. $20
- Lumintop IYP365 Nichia 219B - 90+ CRI (Nichia version only) and neutral white. Not as bright as a Ti4, but light quality is often more important for being able to see clearly. $24
- Thrunite T10 - finally back in stock, a simple 3-mode reverse clicky with moonlight and optional neutral white. $22
- Zebralight SC53c - 90+ CRI, warm-neutral white, e-switch with shortcuts to low, medium and high with several sub-levels for each. $57
- Manker E03H - right-angle light that's also a headlamp. Nichia 219C version recommended. This light has replaceable sliding filters in red, green, blue and diffuse white. Magnetic tailcap allows attaching to surfaces. $30
- Olight S1 Mini - very small, two cool-white versions are offered: standard and high-CRI. Normally, high-CRI would be a no-brainer, but this one has more green, less throw and a pretty ugly beam pattern. This replaces the original S1 in the list, but I'm a little hesitant about it due to the tint issues. USB-charging battery included. Magnetic tailcap. $50
- Eagletac D25C Clicky Nichia - very small given the tailswitch, high-CRI neutral white with the optional Nichia 219B. $50
18650 straight-body dual-switch lights
This category is so popular, there's a comparison chart in the sidebar. These are the ones I like.
- Thrunite TN12 - comes in neutral white, has a separate mode switch, can tailstand, has a moonlight mode, modes appear evenly-spaced. This may well be the most frequently recommended light on /flashlight. $50
- Acebeam EC35 Bestlight.io edition - neutral white and long throw for this size class, with several body color options. Otherwise similar to a TN12. This variant became available after mcfarlie6996 reviewed a shorter-throwing cool white EC35 and said it should be offered with a different LED. Only available from Bestlight.io. $65
- Eagletac DX30LC2 - slimmer than most 18650 lights, with a unique take on the dual-switch interface: it always starts on high, unless the mode switch is held, in which case it starts on low. Longer throw than most, neutral white available from some dealers. $75
- Eagletac PX30LC2-R - the above with a very slightly flared head and onboard charging. The big story, however is the availability of a 90 CRI Nichia 219C emitter. It gives up some output, but not enough to make a large visual difference. The improved color quality is significant though. $90
- Wowtac A1 - (AKA Atactical A1) - budget brand from Thrunite. This light doesn't have most of the qualities we like to see, but it seems to be reliable and comes with a battery that has a USB charging port on it. $20
- Wowtac A1S - (AKA Atactical A1S) the A1 with a bigger battery and LED, but more importantly, a neutral white option. $30
- Thrunite TC12 - essentially a TN12 with USB charging, a thermal sensor to limit temperature, low-voltage protection and a battery included. $70
- Olight M2R - a bit different because both switches are electronic. 1500 lumens, but only in the "tactical" mode group. While this could be even more exciting with a different user interface, Olight has brought something innovative to the table with this light. Neutral white available. Magnetic charging, which works with a standard 18650, unlike some other Olight products. $100
18650 right-angle lights
These can be used as headlamps or handhelds. Most come with a headband and a pocket clip. We *should have a comparison chart.
- Skilhunt H03 - the popular version has a honeycomb TIR optic for a diffuse beam pattern. A reflector for more throw and a version with a reflector and a flip-out diffuser are sometimes available. Uses a timed stepdown. Available in neutral white. Magnetic tailcap. $30 (from certain dealers with a coupon code; there always seems to be a code available)
- Wowtac A2/A2S - another budget option, this time with a reflector. Both come with an 18650 that has a USB charge port right on the battery, but can be used with any 18650. The A2S also offers neutral white, which I recommend. $20/$30
- Armytek Elf C2 - essentially a Skillhunt H03 with a higher impact-resistance rating, a thermal sensor instead of a timed stepdown, a magnetic tailcap, USB charging and a battery included. $55
- Armytek Wizard Pro - Like the Elf, but with higher output, stable output as the battery drains due to a boost driver, a couple more modes and magnetic charging instead of a USB port. $85
- Zebralight H600w IV - very compact, neutral white, well-regarded user interface, boost driver. What's not to love? Oh, yeah, pocket clip not included (you can buy an Armytek Wizard clip to use with it) $89
- Zebralight H600Fd IV - the above with 90+ CRI, a frosted lens for a more diffuse beam and a slightly cooler neutral tint that's a close match for the midday sun. $89
- Zebralight H600Fc IV - the H600Fd, but with warmer tint, like the late afternoon sun. $89
- Zebralight H604d - the H600Fd with no reflector and a clear lens for a very floody, perfectly even beam. $89
- Zebralight H604c - if you've read the above, this needs no explanation. $89
Some people don't want something heavy or bulky on their head.
- Zebralight H53c - All the Zebralight goodness described above, but in an AA form factor, plus 90 CRI. This one even comes with a pocket clip, and the headband does not have the top strap the 18650 versions do. $59
- Olight H1 - right-angle version of the popular Olight S1 with a headband, more floody optic and available neutral white. $55
- Thrunite TH20 - 1xAA headlamp available in neutral white with infinite ramping and shortcuts from off to low/high. $30
- Manker E03H - right-angle AA light. Nichia 219C version recommended. This light has replaceable sliding filters in red, green, blue and diffuse white. Magnetic tailcap allows attaching to surfaces. $30
Other pocketable 18650 lights
These have various switch types and fit reasonably well in a pocket
- Zebralight SC64c - side switch, very compact, neutral white, well-regarded user interface, boost driver. This is a favorite for EDC. $79
- Armytek Prime C2 Magnet USB - high impact resistance, warm-neutral white, shortcuts to low and last-used from off. Magnetic charging and battery included. $55
- Armytek Partner C2 - tailswitch with momentary, locks on high with the head tightened. The mode locking makes this light good for high-stress situations and handing to other people during an emergency. Warm-neutral tint. $55
- Convoy S-series - Popular light for DIY and modification. Many parts are available from the manufacturer and Mountain Electronics. S2+ linked. S3 is similar, but with a removable steel bezel. S6 has a deeper reflector for a narrower spill and longer throw. The new Biscotti firmware is available for an extra dollar. Several build-to-order options are available. More 7135 chips = more brightness and heat, less battery life. Several tints available - higher numbers are warmer (1A is very cool, 7A is very warm, 4C is fairly neutral). Clicky tailswitch, without momentary. $20-ish
- BLF A6, AKA Astrolux S1 - the original BLF/Banggood collaboration to produce something similar to how a DIYer might hot-rod a Convoy S2+. Nicer user interface than old-firmware Convoys. As above, higher numbers are warmer for the tint. 3D is neutral. $20-30
- Thrunite Neutron 2C - like an e-switch TC12 with continuous ramping between 12 and 650 lumens and additional 0.5 and 1100 lumen modes. Available neutral white. Shortcuts from off to low, high and last-used. USB charging. Battery included. $50
- Astrolux S41, Nichia 219C version - 18350 battery tube included, but 18650 tube available for about $3. This uses a BLF A6 driver and four Nichia 219Cs with a copper head for improved heatsinking. This makes a broad beam of neutral white, 90 CRI light at about 2000 lumens for the first 40 seconds, then 1000. $30, but often on sale for as low as $22
These are suitable for first responders and possibly members of the military in combat roles. The focus is on simple operation, reliability and a good way to make sure the light starts on high. The Armytek lights here are well-suited to mounting on long guns.
- Armytek Dobermann Pro XP-L HI - tailswitch with half-press for momentary, locks on high when the head is tightened, blinks through modes when the head is loose. Narrow spill with moderately long throw. Boost driver for stable output. Warm-neutral tint cuts through fog better than cool white and reduces glare. The XHP35 version sounds better on paper, but overheats faster and runs down batteries quickly for relatively minor gains in output. $80
- Armytek Viking Pro XHP50 - the above with a larger head, larger LED and a wider beam for more flood and less throw. $100
- Armytek Predator Pro XP-L HI - like the Viking, but with a smaller LED for a more focused hotspot and longer throw than the Viking or Dobermann. The XHP35 version sounds better on paper, but overheats faster and runs down batteries quickly for relatively minor gains in output. $90
- Acebeam L30 - 4000 lumens from a single 18650 or 20700 (included). Neutral white available and recommended. Not the prettiest light, but there's a lot of it, and enough thermal mass to sustain it for a few minutes. Stable output without overheating is 2000 lumens. Forward-clicky tailswith is always max output, but the side switch has shortcuts to low and last-used. USB charging. $123
- Eagletac GX30L2-DR - for those who want a better Streamlight Stinger. 2x18650. Front emitter for throw. Side emitters with built-in diffuser to flood an area or use as a traffic wand. Onboard charging. Neutral white optional. The included battery pack is just two 18650s in series. It says not to charge standard 18650s, but there's no technical reason for that, and it is reported to work. Protected cells recommended. $145
- PFlexPro custom lights - these are derived from Convoy and Solarforce hosts and popular DIY parts with quality assembly and potted electronics. There are too many options to cover here and they probably deserve their own post. High-CRI Nichia emitters are available, and what I'd generally recommend. $75, depending on options.
Huge output, long throw, etc....
- Acebeam X80 - because 25,000 lumens. Also has colors and UV in a surprisingly compact form factor. Perhaps not all that practical, but definitely impressive. I know Imalent has a brighter light, but I don't trust Imalent's build quality at this price point and I do trust Acebeam's. 4x18650. $280
- Thrunite TN42 - 1550m FL1 throw advertised. You're probably thinking "that can't be right, has anybody tested this?". Reviewers have, and you're right: 1550m is inaccurate. It's more like 1700. Neutral white even more strongly recommended. Yes, the BLF GT will out-throw this, but you can't get one as of this writing. 4x18650. $200
- Noctigon Meteor M43 - with a mere 7000 lumens, it's not as bright as an Olight X7, but I think this is still the best soup can light going, and the latest price drop makes it an incredible value proposition. Available and recommended Nichia 219C 90 CRI. 4x18650. $98
- Haikelite MT07S - 4500 lumens and 620m FL1 throw in neutral white. Stable output as the batteries drain. Shortcuts to high, low and last-used from off. Not the prettiest beam, as with most XHP70.2 lights. 4x18650. $60 from Chinese sites with coupon codes.
- Haikelite MT07S HI - the above with an emitter optimized for throw rather than output. 1200m claimed, which I believe. 3000 lumens claimed, which I find a bit optimistic. 4x18650. 60, probably once there's a coupon code out there.
- Emisar D1S - 700m throw and an excellent ramping user interface. 5D tint is fairly warm and should cut fog very well. 1x18650. $35
- Convoy C8 XP-L HI (new firmware version) - most people prefer the neutral white 3A tint. This isn't in the performance class of the other high-output lights, but it's over 500m FL1 throw that fits in a jacket pocket for $25 or less. Note that there are a lot of C8s on the market from different companies, but this C8 is the one most people should get. I almost removed this because of the D1S, but it's cheaper and sometimes easier to get. 1x18650. $25
- Emisar D4 - 4000 lumens in your pocket. Probably too much flashlight for most people. If you have no idea what "FET quad" means, I'm not sure it's a good idea to own one. Seriously, this light can set your pants on fire. Several emitter options and a few nice tints to pick from. The 219C has the least focused hotspot and the best color rendering, but the most heat. The XP-L HI has the most output. The XP-G2 runs the coolest and still makes 3200 lumens at power on. $40
- BLF Q8 - neutral white, quad-emitter light with open-source electronics and firmware. Ramping user interface with lots of options. $40-60
Arbitrary list of popular batteries
AA, AAAThe standard go-to here is the Panasonic Eneloop. These are low-self-discharge NiMH rechargeables, meaning they can sit unused for a year and still be mostly charged. They have a very long service life and can be ordered from Amazon in most regions. The higher capacity Eneloop Pro has a shorter service life and more self-discharge, though the increased runtime may be worth it for some users.
For long-term storage to use in an emergency, or for extreme cold, the lithium Energizer L91/L92 is a good option. These are non-rechargeable and very expensive, so they're ill-suited to regular use.
Avoid alkalines except for brief use when nothing else is available. They perform poorly under the loads produced by modern lights and can leak corrosive substances that will destroy your light.
CR123AAs above, lithium primaries are good for long-term storage and occasional use, but frequent users should consider a rechargeable option - probably 18650, even if that requires buying another light.
All US-made CR123A batteries are Panasonic under the wrapper, and Panasonic is good. CR123As branded as Panasonic, Energizer, Duracell, Surefire and any of several other brands are all identical as long as they say they're made in the US. Avoid Chinese CR123As, which can be dangerous.
Li-ion general informationLithium-ion batteries have a couple options in most sizes: flat-top or button-top, and protected or unprotected. Some lights require a button-top to make contact, while a few (mostly Zebralights) require a flat-top for length. OEM Li-ion cells are almost always flat-top, but versions of most cells with a button-top added by a distributor are available.
Protected refers to the addition of a circuit breaker that triggers in response to any of three hazardous conditions: over-charge, over-discharge and over-current. These are never strictly necessary, but lights without their own over-discharge protection can damage a battery if the user isn't careful about discharging the battery too far. Charging a battery so damaged comes with a risk of fire, explosion or release of toxic gas. Furthermore, a light with several batteries in series has a risk of over-discharging, then reverse-charging the battery with the lowest charge or worst performance, which can also cause a fire, explosion or release of toxic gas.
16340 (RCR123A)This is a rechargeable substitute for the CR123A, some of the time. Not all CR123A lights can handle the higher voltage. Protected versions are a good idea in most cases because lights designed for CR123A may over-discharge a 16340 quickly, with little or no warning. The Keeppower 700 mAh and Olight 650 mAh are popular options, with the Keeppower being able to handle somewhat higher output lights without the protection tripping. Both are usually easy to find at a reasonable price.
Some very high output 16340 lights, e.g. from Olight and Foursevens recommend a specific branded, unprotected 16340.
Not all CR123A lights can safely use standard 16340s. The lower voltage LiFePO4 chemistry and batteries with onboard voltage limiters provide options here, but I don't have specific recommendations.
18350This is slightly larger in each dimension than the 16340. Many recent short, but high-output lights use it. The Aspire 1100/1300 mAh, Keeppower 1200 mAh (unprotected) and Keeppower 1200 mAh (protected) are the best performers in this size for both power delivery and capacity. They are all believed to be the same cell under the wrapper.
18650This is the standard, rechargeable battery for high-performance flashlights. It is also found inside Tesla cars, power tool battery packs, USB powerbanks and more.
For medium-powered flashlights making less than about 1500 lumens per 18650, the Sanyo NCR18650GA is the most popular option, having a capacity of 3500 mAh. The LG MJ1 and Samsung 35E are similar. The Panasonic NCR18650G claims 3600, but does not meet that target in testing. Anything advertising more than 3600 mAh as of January 2018 is simply fraudulent. Keeppower, EVVA and Orbtronic protected 3500 mAh batteries
Lights with higher output per cell require high-drain cells. These have a higher maximum safe continuous discharge rating than most 18650s, usually 20A. These can be used in lights that don't need so much current; most lights only take as much as they need. The Sony VTC6 and LG HG2 have a capacity of 3000 mAh and 20A discharge rating. The Samsung 30Q is nominally only rated for 15A, but performs fine at 20A. Older high-discharge cells like the Samsung 25R, LG HE2 and Sony VTC5A are also good, though with less capacity. Brands like Efest, which claim higher current ratings aren't necessarily lying, but these are usually marketed for vaping, which only applies the load for a few seconds at a time.
Bad equipment list
Don't buy this stuff, no matter how good it sounds
- Any 18650 battery with a claimed capacity over 3500 mAh; it's 100% fraudulent as of mid 2017. Batteries making fraudulent claims usually have very poor performance in reality, and may be a fire hazard.
- This charger, included with a lot of the cheap lights on Amazon and Ebay; It is a fire hazard and an electric shock hazard.
- "Tactical" flashlights that look like this if they cost more than $5 (not a typo: five dollars); these crappy lights have been marketed under several brands, usually with fraudulent specs, for prices that would get you a decent light.
- Nuon batteries, which may be the house brand of Batteries+Bulbs, a US retail store. These have a protection circuit with a very low limit and will trip in most flashlights.
I was sad to remove several small Thrunites that appear to be out of production. If you find a Ti5, T10 or Ti for a reasonable price, they're still recommended.
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- Optional: Top: 2 X 120mm | Side: 2 X 120mm
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- CPU Cooler Compatibility: 165mm
- VGA Compatibility: 310mm
Intel Core i5-8400 6-Core CPU:
- Product Collection: 8th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processors
- Code Name: Products formerly Coffee Lake
- Vertical Segment: Desktop
- Processor Number: i5–8400
- Status: Launched
- Launch Date: Q4'17
- Lithography: 14 nm
- # of Cores: 6
- # of Threads: 6
- Processor Base Frequency: 2.80 GHz
- Max Turbo Frequency: 4.00 GHz
- Cache: 9 MB
- Bus Speed: 8 GT/s DMI3
- TDP: 65 W
- Embedded Options Available: No
- Conflict Free: Yes
- Max Memory Size (dependent on memory type): 64 GB
- Memory Types: DDR4–2666
- Max # of Memory Channels: 2
- ECC Memory Supported ‡: No
- Processor Graphics ‡: Intel® UHD Graphics 630
- Graphics Base Frequency: 350 MHz
- Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency: 1.05 GHz
- Graphics Video Max Memory: 64 GB
- Execution Units: 23
- 4K Support: Yes, at 60Hz
- Max Resolution (HDMI 1.4)‡: 4096×[email protected]
- Max Resolution (DP)‡: 4096×[email protected]
- Max Resolution (eDP – Integrated Flat Panel)‡: 4096×[email protected]
- DirectX* Support: 12
- OpenGL* Support: 4.5
- Intel® Quick Sync Video: Yes
- Intel® InTru™ 3D Technology: Yes
- Intel® Clear Video HD Technology: Yes
- Intel® Clear Video Technology: Yes
- # of Displays Supported ‡: 3
- Device ID: 0×3E92
- Scalability: 1S Only
- PCI Express Revision: 3.0
- PCI Express Configurations ‡: Up to 1×16 or 2×8 or 1×8+2×4
- Max # of PCI Express Lanes: 16
- Sockets Supported: FCLGA1151
- Max CPU Configuration: 1
- Thermal Solution Specification: PCG 2015C (65W)
- TJUNCTION: 100°C
- Package Size: 37.5mm x 37.5mm
- Intel® Optane™ Memory Supported ‡: Yes
- Intel® Turbo Boost Technology ‡: 2.0
- Intel® vPro™ Technology ‡: No
- Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology ‡: No
- Intel® Virtualization Technology (VT-x) ‡: Yes
- Intel® Virtualization Technology for Directed I/O (VT-d) ‡: Yes
- Intel® VT-x with Extended Page Tables (EPT) ‡: Yes
- Intel® TSX-NI: No
- Intel® 64 ‡: Yes
- Instruction Set: 64-bit
- Instruction Set Extensions: SSE4.1/4.2, AVX2
- Idle States: Yes
- Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology: Yes
- Thermal Monitoring Technologies: Yes
- Intel® Identity Protection Technology ‡: Yes
- Intel® Stable Image Platform Program (SIPP): No
- Intel® AES New Instructions: Yes
- Secure Key: Yes
- Intel® Software Guard Extensions (Intel® SGX): Yes
- Intel® Memory Protection Extensions (Intel® MPX): Yes
- Intel® OS Guard: Yes
- Intel® Trusted Execution Technology ‡: No
- Execute Disable Bit ‡: Yes
- Intel® Boot Guard: Yes
500W Be Quiet! Pure Power 10:
General DataContinuous power (W)500Peak power (W)550Form factor ATX 12VVersion 2.4Form factor EPS 12V-Modular cable management-TopologyActive Clamp + SR + DC/DCVoltage (Vac)100 – 240Frequency (Hz)50 – 60Input current (A)8 / 5PFCactivePower factor at 100% load>0.99Compliant to Intel C6/C7✓Compliant to Intel C6 mode✓Power consumption in standby (W)0.10Average life time (h / 25°C)100.000Operating temperature up to (°C)40
Output12V rails (multi-rail operation)212V single rail operation-Overclocking key-+3.3V (A)24+5V (A)15+12V1 (A)28+12V2 (A)20+12V3 (A)-+12V4 (A)-+12V5 (A)-+12V6 (A)-
- 12V (A)0.3
Fan / Cooling TechnologyFan typeexclusive be quiet! fan+SilentWings-Motor technology4-pole fan motorBearing technologyRifleFan size (mm)120Max. fan speed (rpm), temperature-dependent1,170Temperature control for case fans-dB(A) at 20% load11.3dB(A) at 50% load11.9dB(A) at 100% load22.3
ProtectionOCP (over current protection)✓OVP (over voltage protection)✓UVP (under voltage protection)✓SCP (short circuit protection)✓OTP (over temperature protection)✓OPP (over power protection)✓
Eco / Efficiency80PLUS certificationSilverEfficiency (%) at 230V, 20% load90.3Efficiency (%) at 230V, 50% load91.8Efficiency (%) at 230V, 100% load90.7
Environmental directivesENERGY STAR6.0ErP✓WEEE✓RoHS✓
Cable management / ConnectorsModular cable management-Sleeved cables✓Flat Cables-Cable length to mainboard (cm)55Cable length to first connector (cm)55Maximum cable length (cm)95All-in-one cable (SATA/PATA/FDD)✓No. of cables7ATX-Mainboard (20+4 pin)1P8 (CPU)-P4+4 (CPU)1P4 (CPU)-PCI-E 6 pin (GPU)-PCI-E 6+2 pin (GPU)2PATA 4 pin3SATA 15-pin (HDD, Drives)6FDD (Floppy)1Mainboard Connector (PATA 4 pin)3External fan connectors-
GPU compatibilityMulti-GPU ready
CasingDimensions without cable (L x W x D), (mm)150 × 150 × 86Weight incl. fixed cables (kg)1.96Colorblack
AccessoriesThumb screws-Screws✓Hook & Loop cable ties-Cable ties✓AC power cord (mm)1.500Box/Bag for PSU/Cables-User manual languages EN, DE, FR, PL, ES, RUOCK slot bracket with switch / OCK Jumper-
1x4GB Apacer Commando 2400MHz DDR4 Gaming RAM
Name says it all.
ASUS GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Expedition Edition 4GB Over Clocked Graphics Card
Analog Max ResolutionChipset NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 TIChipset Manufacturer NVIDIA GeforceCore Clock GPU Boost Clock : 1455 MHz GPU Base Clock : 1341 MHzCore Technology OpenGL®4.5Digital Max Resolution 7680×4320DirectXI/OInterface DVI Output : Yes x 1 (Native) (DVI-D) HDMI Output : Yes x 1 (Native) (HDMI 2.0) Display Port : Yes x 1 (Native) (Regular DP) HDCP Support : YesMemory 4GBMemory BusMemory Clock 7008 MHzMemory Type GDDR5