SUPPLIED BY: Mistel
PRODUCT: Mistel Vision MX650 Fanless 650W
PROD LINK: MX650 Fanless Product Page
PRICE: $159.99 MSRP
Price is at time of testing!
|MX650 Fanless – Overshoot Transient Tests|
|VSB On||VSB to Full, 12V||Off to Full, 12V|
Uh… yeah. Now I’m really impressed. All three of these shots look good enough to let the unit have full scoring marks here. Smooth and continuous indeed. I have seen them done better, but this will do.
Time to get the hot tests done. Like I said, there will be airflow through the unit but we should still get pretty close to the 40 degree target.
|MX650 Fanless – Hot Load Tests|
|Test #||+3.3V||+5V||+12V||DC Watts/
|Progressive load tests|
And there you go… forty degrees, no problem.
Something else that wasn’t a problem was doing the Platinum efficiency numbers again, though test three does still need the help it needed in the cold tests. I’d like to see that number come up, but this is fine for scoring purposes today.
And the voltage readings. Mistel still means business, though two of the rails did slip a little bit. Now we have 0.61% on the 3.3V, 0.40% on the 5V, and 0.33% on the 12V. That works out to an average of 0.47%, so we are still doing better than mythic for scoring later. Very impressive for a first outing like this. Somebody on the design side of things really knows what they’re doing.
But perhaps we should look at the rest of the scope shots before we heap too much praise on Mistel.
|MX650 Fanless – Oscilloscope|
That’s it. I’m heaping praise on Mistel. The 12V side looks to peak at about 20mV, the 5V at 8mV, and the 3.3V at 8mV.
Enough numbers. I really, really want to look at the guts right now. Let’s do that.