The cooling of the CSP-S600 is being handled by an all yellow fan made by Young Lin Tech. The model of the striking cooling fan is DFB122512H, a 120mm ball bearing fan with a maximum speed of 2200RPM.
Much like their more powerful CSP-X1000CB unit, the OEM behind the CSP-S600 power supply is Andyson Power. This is a proven design which Andyson offered its first version back in late 2009.
The filtering stage of this power supply is barely adequate, consisting of two Y-type capacitors, two X-type capacitors, one ferrite coil and a surge suppressing MOV. The minimum recommended specifications even suggest the placement of at least two ferrite coils. Most of the filtering stage can be seen on the PCB but there is a single X-type capacitor oddly soldered at the back of the A/C receptacle.
The primary capacitor is a high quality product made by Matsushita (Panasonic) and is rated at 390μF/400V and up to 105°C. All of the secondary side capacitors are made by Teapo.
Andyson is one of the few OEM’s who is using simplistic but large heatsinks, even in their mainstream model designs. The heatsinks of the CSP-S600 power supply are no exception, spreading from side to side and covering most of the fan’s surface area.