The SilverStone Olympia OP750 power supply supports the ATX12V v2.2 and EPS12V specifications and is rated for a combined, maximum output power of 750 watts at up to 50°C ambient air temperature (internal PC case air temperature). The OP750 PSU incorporates universal input (automatically adjusts the AC line voltage) and active PFC that adds to the units environmental friendliness. It uses a single 120mm cooling fan and all of the cables come hard-wired into the chassis.
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Specifications (from the SilverStone website)
Single +12V output
Note: According to the OP750 Specifications Manual (Note 2 on page 2) “Single/Multiple rail(s) for +12V is adjustable by a switch.” This implies that the PSU actually has independent, current limited +12V outputs and that the current limiting circuits can be turned on or off with a switch. Unfortunately the manual does not give any more information than this and does not say where this switch is located. However, as we will see later, this switch appears to be located on an auxiliary PCB where the fan and temperature sensors plug into. In addition, the main PCB is clearly labeled +12V1, +12V2, +12V3, and +12V4.