WTFs that "H-A-L" switch on back of my power supply for ?
I hear you say, well here is the truth, not a I think its this, or maybe its that, because this information is straight from the manufacturers hand book!
Yes I've got the goods on this most annoying mysterious little switch!
So I'll type it out just as it is in the booklet, nothing added, and nothing taken away!
Here you go :
Three Band Thermal Management System
H (High): use by maximum system utilisation, cooling down effectively.
A (Auto): PSU regulates fan speed automatically. <--- (Recommended)
L (Low): use by low system utilisation, like stand-by mode, ect. When temperature increases fast, PSU switches automatically to level A (Auto).
Yes thats it!
Oh yes, and this is from the information booklet for a
600 watt Arctic PSU (with EPS and SLI/Cross-fire) support.
By Jeantech UK
Well I hope that helps or at least solves this mystery once and for all guys!
Boy I fell Like a :nerd: now
The HAL switch is NOT
to be confused with the 120volt/240volt
switch, or even the 110volt/230volt
switch, alternating current (AC) of course!
User "Danni" and/or Tech-forums and also Tech-forums.net hold NO
responsibility for misuse and/or misidentification of the HAL/H-A-L
switch for a input voltage switch.
And the consequential damage and blue smoke this may cause.
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