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Tuesday, 07 August 2007 10:50

Tagan samples 1.3 KW PSU

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Enough for 12 SATA devices and four cards


Tagan is ready with its TG1300-U33 ITZ Power Supply unit and this piece of power equipment has something to offer.

It can support quad cards, has two 80 mm fans with up to 26 dB at 2540 RPM, a bunch of connectors including 2xPCI-Express(6pin) and Radeon HD 2900 ready 2xPCI-Express(6+2pin).

It has six rails and they can push a cool 92 A as the device has over 80 percent efficiency.

You can learn more about it here and the retail version are expected in some two to three weeks time.   

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