Odin Plus Series Gigabyte, well known amongst enthusiasts for its performance motherboards, is preparing the environmentally friendly Odin Plus series of power supplies for launch. Read more…
Antec has launched the TPQ-1200, its first 1200W PSU and the latest addition to the TruePower Quattro series of high-performance power supplies. Read more…
A Ultra X4 Modular Power Supply Ultra Products has unveiled its Ultra X4 series of Modular Power Supplies, adding on to its lineup of high performance PSUs. Hitting retails stores in late October, the Ultra X4 series features a wide range of wattage (from an average 500W to a whopping 1600W) to cater to a
Corsair has launched the Corsair TX950W power supply unit (PSU), adding on to its lineup of TX-series of high-quality PSUs. Measuring 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 160mm(L), the non-modular TX950W is built using industrial-grade components to ensure clean and stable voltages. More details next page…
Zalman has officially unveiled the ZM500-ST (500W model) and ZM600-ST (600W model). Both are non-modular and feature dual +12V rails, ultra quiet 120mm fans, all sleeved cables, two-forward switching circuit design, support for dual graphics cards and are 80Plus certified with a maximum efficiency of 80 percent. Targeting the mainstream market, both ZM500-ST and ZM600-ST
A new website by Antec explains the differences between “continuous power” and “peak power”. The website also highlights the consequences of buying mislabeled power supplies. The website’s pretty educational if you ask me, so folks, click here to find out more. “Many brands on the market use misleading power efficiency labels or model names to
OCZ today announced the immediate availability of the Z-Series power supplies, the Z850 and Z1000 PSUs delivering over 90% efficiency at typical load. The Z-series is available at Newegg.com retailing for $299.99 (Z1000M), $289.99 (Z1000), $239.99 (Z850M), and $219.99 (Z850).
XFX today has officially unveiled their 850W Black Edition PSU sporting a cool lime green/black color combo. XFX still declined to comment on the innards of the PSU but the recent leaked specs have shown that it is equipped with Japanese brand capacitors, solid polymer caps, and +/-3% voltage regulation. The PSU comes with single +12V rail
Sharkoon unveils its SilentStorm power supply series featuring a new design with modular cable system, 135mm fan and in three different power ratings: 460, 560 and 660W. There are 4 separate 12V rails producing 72 amps with a maximum efficiency rating of 84 percent. Sharkoon SilentStorm CM will be available in mid May with prices ranging
OCZ unveiled the new Silencer 910 power supply from PC Power & Cooling that has earned the 80+ Silver Certification. The Silencer delivers 910 Watts of continuous power and 1KW at its peak, and offers a temperature rating of 50C. Featuring a powerful Single Rail +12VDC (74A), and complete array of connectors including quad PCI-Express, 24-pin, dual
OCZ unveiled the Pro-Source 1500, the first UPS from PC Power & Cooling. The Pro-Source 1500 features 10 minutes of back-up battery time at typical load (600W). The software and the front panel both show Input Voltage, Output Voltage, Frequency, Load, Backup Time, and Temperature. It is retailing for US$299.99
BFG announced their EX-1200 modular PSU with Frequency Conversion Technology which is rated at 1200 watts continuous at 40°C (140°F). It features 98 amps on the 12 volt rail and has a separate +5VSB. It will be available at Newegg starting the week of March 23, 2009 for US$249.
Akiba Kakaku reports that ENERMAX’s “eco-80PLUS” series, 620W model “EES620AWT” / 500W Model “EES500AWT” / 400W Model “EES400AWT” are now retailing in Akiba. These PSUs come with 120mm fan with their own original “MAGMA” technology along with their own unique mechanism – “Twister Bearing” to move these fans. They even called their fan blades –
Coolermaster will be demonstrating a 20 cores PC over at CeBIT next month. The system is powered by 5 Core 2 Quad Q9400s processors on 5 mini-ITX boards using just a PSU, with all packed inside a ATCS 840 chassis. The PSU is Real Power M1000W with 6 x 12v+ rails each fully utilized (1 for each
Thermaltake today announced Toughpower XT that comes with new features such as FanDelayCool for cooling, S.P.T. Indicator for real-time monitoring, and 12Vin1 for the better compatibility. Toughpower XT is currently available in three models: 850W, 750W, 650W where they deliver 62A, 60A and 52A on +12V rail respectively. It also comes with built-in two 6pin & two 8pin
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