A Closer Look – Interior
The interior of this unit could be a little more tidy than it is, but with a non-modular design, some cable trailing is to be expected. All the major hardware is well spaced out, however, so airflow should still be pretty decent. I am surprised that the PCB is smaller than the housing, but that was likely extended to incorporate a larger fan more than anything else.
There are a few passive heat sinks dotted around which will help cool the main hardware, especially when combined with the large fan.
The AC filtering stage looks a little scruffy, but comprehensive and with any luck we should see some clean power delivery from this unit.
There are a lot of cables here, but they’re all cable tied to keep them in place and the soldering points have been covered with shrink tubing to keep them protected.
The main bulk capacitor is Su’scon 400v 330uf unit, rated for 105c.
The fan is really nice, with an 11-fin design that should really help shift a lot of air and hopefully keep noise levels down too.