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Wednesday, 27 January 2010 11:49

Cooler Master shows its GX PSU line

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Enough to jump-start the BMW M3

Cooler Master has announced its newest GX (Gamer Xtreme) line of power supplies which will be available in 750, 650 and 550W versions. The entire series will feature 80Plus Silver efficiency, a single +12V rail design and if you think that 750W is just not enough, Cooler Master has used that for one to jump-start a BMW M3.

As noted, the GX-550W, GX-650W and GX-750W all feature a single +12V rail design, all three are 80Plus certified thanks to up to 85% efficiency, have active PFC and are cooled by a 120mm fan. The 750W version features SLI and Crossfire certification as it comes with four PCI-Express power connectors.

The new GX-550W, GX-650W and the GX-750W should be appearing in retail/e-tail pretty soon with a €64.90, €74.90 and €89.90 price tags.

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