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COMPUTEX 2010: Casings, Power Supply Units and Cooling Roundup!

ANDYSON‘s latest Nuclear PSU was on demonstration at their booth. Here, we can see that the PSU is powering an Intel Core i7 system with 3-way NVIDIA SLI.

The Nuclear PSUs are available in 850W, 950W, 1150W and 1300W variants. The series sports a modular design for better cable management and improved casing airflow.


Another new product from ANDYSON is their 1500W PSU. While it is certified 80 Plus Bronze, it can deliver up to 1600W peak power, and deliver 1500W continuous power at 40°C ambient temperature.

There are a total of eight 6+2-pin PCI Express power connectors for multi-way GPU setups.

We can see a photo of the 1500W’s insides above; a 135mm ball bearing fan is employed for cooling.


The ANDYSON 1200W Heatpipe PSU, as its name suggests, has heatpipe cooling.


The heatpipe extends out of the main PSU body to the rear, where it is mated to a small heatsink for more cooling surface.


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