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Wednesday, 19 December 2007 12:11

OCZ launches new Turbo-Cool PSU

Written by Slobodan Simic

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OCZ Turbo-Cool 860

 

OCZ has launched a new Turbo-Cool 860 power supply from PC Power & Cooling. With adjustable rails, ultra-high efficiency and Nvidia SLI certification, this might be a very good solution for high-end gaming systems.

The Turbo-Cool 860 has a single +12V rail design which is, according to press release, more effective than standard multi rail design. That single +12V rail in Turbo-Cool 860 is rated at 64 Amps continuous. The new Turbo-Cool 860 power supply has independently adjustable +3V and +5V rails. According to the press release the +12V rail can also be externally fine-tuned.

The entire PSU is cooled by a single 80mm fan. The new Turbo-Cool PSU delivers 860W of power with 930W peak through a wide array of connectors which include four PCI-Express, 24 pin motherboard, 8 pin and 4 pin CPU and 15 drive connectors. Believe it or not, this high grade PSU comes with a 7 years warranty program.

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