Electrical current is measured in ampere, which describes the movement of electrons in an electric circuit. The abbreviation for ampere is a capital A.
The air flow indicates how much air a fan can move per unit of time. Because the air being moved represents a volume, air flow is indicated in cubic meters per hour (m3/h), or CFM. Among other factors, air flow reflects the number of fan blades, their operating angle and rotational speed.
The acronym stands for "Alternating Current". It refers to the fact that the electricity periodically switches its polarity in even portions. The most common form of AC is sinusoidal.
All In One Cable
Various power supply series are equipped with a cable bundle containing all drive connectors. Each cable bundle thus contains at least one Molex plug, one S-ATA plug and one floppy plug. The benefit is that only one single cable bundle need be installed to power all of the drives used in a computer.