mkau is correct, this PSU appears to simply be a rebranded Diablotek RPM-1050. When JonnyGuru.com reviewed the PSU
, it was such a joke that the unit was rated for 1050W that the reviewer decided to make a little rhyme about it, which I'll quote now:
The cold tests were interesting, you must agree, and these tests were more so.
The unit behaved pretty much like it did for voltages when it was cold.
That is, until the button was pushed for test four, my heart filled with dread.
The unit ran for a second or two or three and then BOOM, it was dead.
A flash of light inside the grille at the exhaust was briefly seen.
A muted pop, the fan did stop, and I hereby took this to mean...
That the unit was gone, no more to run, and I'll take it apart to see,
Just what inside broke down and failed... maybe emit a cackle of glee.
So far I'd have to say this unit has presented with no real surprises.
It does ok as a five hundred watt, but above that it just capsizes.
Also, a fun fact is that this PSU is not UL certified. Basically, a UL certification means Underwriters Laboratories tests an electronic and says that it probably won't catch fire. Even the $2 surge protector I have in a box sitting next to me is UL certified; it's not hard or expensive to make a product that is.
If you value your computer at all, or any data it contains, I would not trust using this PSU. Also, if you don't wish your home to burn down, that would also be a good reason to replace this PSU. I would recommend this PSU
as a replacement.