Nesteq is a fairly new PSU supplier and their ECS7001 PSU offers an interesting take on modular cabling. It has something called an EECS, Enhanced Easy Connecting System, which allows you to add a cable directly to the end of another, as opposed to going back to the PSU to plug it in. Driver Heaven tested it out under load, and were quite impressed with the stability of it’s power, until they hit exactly 600W, when this 700W PSU gave them a bit of a surprise.
“Today we will take a look at the ECS7001, a powerful 700W PSU featuring a patented cable connecting system. It may look like yet another modular PSU but unlike all other modular PSUs you don’t have to connect each cable directly to the unit; you can connect each cable right where another cable ends. Interesting? We think so.”
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