According to LegitReviews, during a recent conversation with
Mushkin, the premium Memory Company, it
was discovered that Mushkin is just a number of weeks away from launching thier
own power supply series. With SLI and CrossFire systems selling at higher than
expected volumes there has been a shortage of quality power supply on the market
that are able to support the latest graphics cards. Mushkin noticed that power
supplies were one of the components that the gamer/enthusiast community needed
to have improvements made on and is putting out a power supply that claims to
tame even the most power hungry gaming systems found in today’s market.

mushkin xp6502 Mushkin to Launch Power Supply Line

Mushkin XP-650 is labeled as a 650W power supply, but has
a peak output of 700W. The power supply has a combined 12V rail of 44A, which
is more than enough to support SLI and CrossFire platforms. The XP-650 has four
separate 12V rails all of which can be combined to form a single power rail
thanks to what Mushkin is calling RailFusion Technology.

According to LegitReviews, during a recent conversation with
Mushkin, the premium Memory Company, it
was discovered that Mushkin is just a number of weeks away from launching thier
own power supply series. With SLI and CrossFire systems selling at higher than
expected volumes there has been a shortage of quality power supply on the market
that are able to support the latest graphics cards. Mushkin noticed that power
supplies were one of the components that the gamer/enthusiast community needed
to have improvements made on and is putting out a power supply that claims to
tame even the most power hungry gaming systems found in today’s market.

mushkin xp650 Mushkin to Launch Power Supply Line

Mushkin XP-650 is labeled as a 650W power supply, but has
a peak output of 700W. The power supply has a combined 12V rail of 44A, which
is more than enough to support SLI and CrossFire platforms. The XP-650 has four
separate 12V rails all of which can be combined to form a single power rail
thanks to what Mushkin is calling RailFusion Technology. When
RailFusion occurs the green LED light on the back of the power supply will turn
on letting you and anyone else look at the back of your case that you are pulling
some serious power.

Mushkin XP-650 Power Supply Features:

- 650W (700W Peak) 44A Max on +12V
– Quad Rail: Provides four independent +12V rails for balanced power distribution

– RailFusion: Responds to increased loads by automatically combining the 12V
rails. Ample power for multi-GPU systms.
– Enhanced Power Conditioning: Provides ultra-low ripple (1%) and superior voltage
regulation (1%) under all load levels.
– Advanced Thermal & Acoustic Design: The power supply will automatically
vary the PSU fan speed depending on the system load and temperature, allowing
for the most stable and quiet computing environment no matter what programs
are running.
– VersaPlug: Allows for an organized case and improves airflow by using only
the required cables. Compatible with ATX, ATX12V, EPS, and BTX standards (20/24-pin,
4/8-pin + 12V). Includes two PCIe cabled for multi-GPU systems

Mushkin has already applied to have the XP-650 ATI Certified and SLI approved.
Once they get the stamp of approval the Mushkin PSU’s should start shipping
to retailers around the globe. If you think the features on the XP-650 sound
good you will be shocked to learn that the XP-650 will be on the lower half
of the power supply line that Mushkin is coming out with! We can expect 550W,
650W, 800W, and 1KW power supplies coming out all at the same time. All of the
Mushkin XP power supplies also feature VersaPlug (modular), which allows for
better cable management. While the Mushkin power supplies don’t look any different
from some of the others on the market it does differ on the inside. The Mushkin
XP-650 was built to provide power and ease of use.