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PSU Review – Club 3D CSP-X1000CB 1000W


Today we are going to review a new high performance product from Club 3D, the renowned graphics card manufacturer; however it is not a graphics card. The company recently made a very surprising diversification move towards the PSU market, releasing six new power supplies. 


The 6 new power supplies cover most user categories, with the line-up ranging from a mainstream 400W up to a monstrous 1200W. In this review we will examine the CSP-X1000CB 1000W unit.


Manufacturer features and specifications



Product Name: CSP-X1000CB
Product Series: High Quality Switching Power Supply
Item Code: CSP-X1000CB
EAN Code: 8717249408727

Technical Informations

Type: ATX Form Factor 12V V2.3 / SSI standard EPS 12V V2.92
PFC: Active PFC (0.99)
Input Voltage: 100-240V (Auto Range)
Input Frequency Range: 50 ~ 60Hz
Fan: Ultra-silent 135mm temperature controlled fan
Power Good Signal: 100 ~ 500ms
Hold Up Time: > 17ms
Efficiency (Load): 85%
Dimensions (W / D / H): Standard ATX 150 x 165 x 86 (mm)
Operation Temperature: 0-40°C (nominal Input Voltage)
Safety: CE
80-PLUS Certification: 80PLUS Bronze
Protection: OCP (Over Current Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OVP (Over Voltage Protection), SCP
(Short Circuit Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection)

Input Characteristics

Voltage: 115V – 230V
Frequency: 50 – 60Hz
Input Current: 15A

Output Characteristics

+3.3V: 24A / 170W
+5V: 30A / 170W
+12V1: 38A / 864W
+12V2: 38A / 864W
+12V3: 38A / 864W
-12V2: 0.5A / 6W
-5VSB: 3.0A / 15W

Total Max. Output


Total Combined Wattage

+3.3V: 170W
+5V: 170W
+12V1: 979W
+12V2: 979W
+12V3: 979W
-12V2: 21W
-5VSB: 21W

Cable Ioom (mm)

20+4P Main: 550
ATX/EPS 4+4P: 550
PCI-E 6+2P: 550+ 150
SATA: 550- 150
PATA+FLOPPY: 550- 150

Modular Cable Management


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