X-Pro is a brand that we havenâ€™t come across previously. The MPT-460P is the second cheapest PSU on test and has a 460W rating
The casing is finished in a shiny dark brown finish and has a single 120mm bottom mounted fan with blue LEDs. Cable wise you get a 24-pin EPS style connector with four removable pins for older 20-pin motherboards. This is one of only two PSUs on test to feature the older six-pin AUX connector.
A four-pin +12V is also present, as well as two SATA connectors. Eight Molex connectors are split between three cables, but oddly enough the two with three cables terminates in floppy connectors â€“ not an ideal configuration. All the cables are covered in orange mesh braiding.
The test results where all well within spec, though the efficiency wasnâ€™t great at 100 per cent load, not that that is a likely scenario. The X-Pro is using a passive PFC and produced a slight humming noise at higher loads. It also passed the stress test and the 1.5kV Hi-POT test with out any incidents.
The only downside of the X-Pro would be the lack any PCI Express graphics power connectors, as this means that its physically impossible to a dual graphics cards wit this PSU. Other than that, this is a pretty good PSU at a reasonable price, but it doesnâ€™t stand out from the crowd.
A good mid-range alternative, that doesnâ€™t cost a fortune. It has a few shortcomings for newer systems, particularly the inability to run dual graphics, but if you have an old machine and need a replacement PSU this might just be what youâ€™ve been looking for.