Extremely High Efficiency
Up to 87% efficiency.
Ultra Stable Voltage Outputs
DC to DC technology: the 3.3V are built out of the 12V rail, providing improved efficiency levels and a stables performance, as well as perfect regulation within ±3% at regular DC outputs.
According to Intel’s Design Guide for Power Supplies, the DC output voltages should remain within the ±5% regulation ranges in 3.3V, 5V and 12V rails.
120mm Ultra-Silent Fan
Ultra-quiet120mm fan with automatic thermal speed control for an optimal speed-noise ratio.
Massive Single +12V DC Output
Extreme Performance for Powerful Graphics Systems
- Extremely High Efficiency: Up to 87% efficiency
- 105°C Japanese Standby Capacitor: Enhanced PSU Lifespan
- Ultra-Quiet 120mm Fan with Thermal Speed Control: Extremely low noise levels thanks to its ultra-quiet 120mm fan
- Massive Single 12V DC Output: Extreme Stability for Powerful Graphics Systems
- Active Power Factor Correction (Active PFC): PF value up to 99%: Clean and reliable power
- Ultra-Stable Voltage Output: 3.3V DC-DC technology
- Compatible with the Latest PC-Technology: Supports the newest specifications of ATX12V Created for usage with current and next-generation multi-core CPU platforms
- Integrated Air Inlet Design: Optimal Aero-Dynamical Design, for a more silent operation
- Supports Multi-GPU Technology: Supports PCI express 3.0 next-generation graphics cards with 8(6+2) pin PCI-e connector.
- Full Protections with OCP, SCP, OVP, UVP and OPP
- OCP (Overcurrent Protection): If the current on a single line is higher than indicated, the PSU automatically switches off.
- UVP (Under Voltage Protection): If the voltages fall below a certain tolerance value on the single lines, the PSU automatically switches off.
- OVP (Over Voltage Protection): If the voltages increase above a certain tolerance value on the single lines, the PSU automatically switches off.
- SCP (Short-Circuit Protection): In the case of a short-circuit, this feature prevents damage to the core components of the PSU and its System components.
- OPP (Over Power Protection): If the system is oversized and requires more power from the PSU than it can provide, this protection function is activated.