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Thursday, 05 April 2007 11:15

Seasonic blasts 1000W PSU

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X900 released


Seasonic has released a 900W power supply which it says can manage 1,000 watts at peak rate.


The Seasonic X900 is being targeted at power users, gamers and over-clockers. It comes equipped with multiple +12V rails to support high-end graphic cards’ need with a total power output of 72 amps.


There is a double Forward Converter circuit design which Seasonic claims can manage a 99 per cent Active Power Factor Correction and an industry-leading efficiency rating of up to 88 per cent.


It can fit into any standard ATX system housing in the market and the 80mm exhaust fan keeps the noise level as low as possible and yet at the same time maintain the proper operating temperature for the power supply, the press release says.


The new PSU comes with four dedicated PCI-E connectors & two 6p to 8p adapters to support extreme Quad SLI & CrossFire systems and as well.


More here.

 

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