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Wednesday, 16 September 2009 16:07

Sapphire officially announces its Pure PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Four models

Sapphire has officially launched its Pure PSU series which includes a total of four models ranging from 625W to 1250W. All four feature a modular design.

The first model that pumps out 625W of power is basically a rebranded FirePSU that Sapphire launched a while back, but three new models that give up to 950W, 1050W and 1250W of power. All models feature a modular design and support ATX12V v2.3 and EPS12V 2.92 standards. The new models also have an 80Plus Silver certificate.

All three models feature six +12V rails with up to 79, 87 and 104Amps for the 950, 1050 and 1250W models. They are of course rebranded Enermax PSUs with some minor changes, but since Sapphire has a good distribution chain thanks to its GPU business, we guess that these will definitely sell more than Enermax. 

Unfortunately, these are yet to hit retail/e-tail so we will have to wait a bit longer for pricing info.

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