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    Default be quiet! shows new Power Zone modular PSU's

    They will be available on august 20 in a 650W, 750W, 850W and 1000W version. Starting with 90 euro for the 650W and 170 euro for the 1000W.

    For more information see: http://tweakers.net/nieuws/89453/be-...voedingen.html

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    In addition to cases, fans, and coolers, Akasa had a star-attraction in its booth, the CobraPower line of value modular PSUs. Available in mid-range capacities such as 650W, 750W, and 850W, these shock-jockeys offer 82% efficiency (no 80 Plus rating), partially modular cabling with flat ribbon cables, APFC, single +12V rail design, and a large 135 mm fan that doesn't hiss. The 24-pin ATX and 4+4-pin EPS connectors come fixed, while PCIe, SATA and Molex connectors are modular.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/184980/ak...ower-psus.html

    Sirtec/Sirfa/High Power, and not Andyson.
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    Default In Win Shows Off Serenity Series PSUs

    With two of its star attractions at Computex, the tòu and the KingSize H-Frame featuring elements of mirror-finish tempered glass, it's only natural that In Win would roll out a matching PSU lineup, since it's in the business of it. Pictured below is the company's new Serenity PSU, which could be available in various higher-range capacities. The one pictured below offers 900W.

    Serenity PSUs are built with chrome brush-finished steel, to match some of the company's newer cases. The units are 80 Plus Platinum-certified, offer full-range APFC, a single +12V rail design, most common protection technologies such as OCP/OVP/OLP/UVP/SCP, and various regional certifications. These units are about 18 cm long, and feature partially modular cabling. The 24-pin ATX, 4+4-pin EPS, and a pair of 6+2-pin PCIe connectors come fixed, while two additional pairs of 6+2-pin PCIe connectors, twelve to sixteen SATA power, and three to six Molex connectors come modular. The unit is cooled by a 120 mm double ball-bearing fan. Its MTBF is rated at >120,000 hours. The Serenity series supports Core "Haswell" processors' low idle power states.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/184974/in...ries-psus.html
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    Default Computex 2013

    An effort to put all the info together, so if you got something, don't make yet another thread, just post it here.


    Silverstone:
    New Strider Gold units and a new high output Platinum unit (Zeus 1200W).
    "Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar" - Unknown (but sometimes attributed to Sigmund Freud)

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    EDIT: I'm just going to merge the threads here.


    I've also "heard" about Antec going full DSP on a Platinum unit.

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    My collegues at ComputerBase are going to pay Antec a visit and question them

    Edit: Is the Super Flower 80Plus Titanium unit real? I don't think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyGURU View Post
    I've also "heard" about Antec going full DSP on a Platinum unit.
    Antec High Current Pro Platinum GRID 1200W


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    Quote Originally Posted by Philipus II View Post
    Edit: Is the Super Flower 80Plus Titanium unit real? I don't think so.
    The PSU is 80 Plus Titanium certified under 220~230VAC, and at least 80 Plus Platinum certified under 100~120VAC.
    http://www.techpowerup.com/185028/su....html#comments

    Probably based on off just a "normal" Leadex.

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    It should be a mature platform by now, one that would most likely not reach the market under this iteration. For 80+ Titanium come back next year.
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    http://www.lowyat.net/2013/06/04/882...spotlight-ocz/

    OCZ Launching two new Fatal1ty PSU's.

    550w & 750w, 135mm Red 2BB Fan, 80+ Bronze, DC-DC Secondary, Fully Modular, & "High Reliability Components"
    Supposed to slot between ZX & ZT units. Most likely a similar platform to the ZT line but with a redone secondary for the DC-DC modules.

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