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    For all those great and strange power supplies shown at the Computex.

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    Default BitFenix Vision Titanium the Company's Next Flagship PSU Series

    At Computex, BitFenix showed off its upcoming flagship PSU series, the Vision Titanium. Available in capacities ranging between 650W and 1500W, these PSUs are Cybenetics Lambda A++ and ETA-8 certified, besides 80 Plus Titanium, making them some of the most efficient juice boxes out there. The units are cooled by 135 mm fans, and feature full modular cabling. Depending on the model, you get up to two 4+4 pin EPS, up to sixteen 6+2 pin PCIe, 10-16 SATA power and Molex connectors. The PSUs are compatible with the company's Alchemy 2.0 modular cables.


    https://www.techpowerup.com/244799/b...hip-psu-series

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    ASUS enters the market with the ROG THOR 1200W Platinum PSU

    As usual, full of RGB. Beautiful externally, and an interesting live power OLED Display. As Aris says, Seasonic Prime inside with "GAMINGGGGGG" heatsinks. So basically a more expensive Prime with some features and 10 instead of 12 year warranty.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/news/as...200,37174.html

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    Default ASUS Enters the Premium PSU Market with the ROG THOR 1200W Platinum

    ASUS this Computex expanded its Republic of Gamers (ROG) family with not just AIO liquid CPU coolers, but also high-end power-supplies (PSUs). The company showed off its ROG THOR 1200W Platinum, a fully-modular PSU with a design focus on practicality, software interface, 80 Plus Platinum rating, and high-grade components.

    Update: We went hands-on with the ASUS ROG THOR 1200W Platinum, and have more details. To begin with, the PSU features several RGB LED accents all over its body, including an ROG logo, which you control over Aura Sync RGB (for which there's an addressable RGB LED header). The PSU features up to twelve 6+2 pin PCIe connectors, two 4+4 pin EPS, and an OLED display that gives you real-time power-draw readouts. The cooling fan is IP5X dust-proof, and stays off under a load/temperature threshold. You can override the 0 dB mode at the push of a physical button at the back.



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    Great delete my message ^^

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    Haha, yours has more interesting info from Aris.

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    I love the hammer handle on the Computex sample!

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    The fan might be interesting, maybe it uses a better fan than the Hong Hua used in Prime series? I expect a very heavy overpricing though, RGB Tax + ROG Tax :P


    Please bet: will we finally meet the Seasonic S12II successor? What could be the coolest thing this year?

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    Out of curiosity, at Computex how many people there actually care about PSUs at all, or are they all just hanging out by the cool cases and stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turkey3_scratch View Post
    Out of curiosity, at Computex how many people there actually care about PSUs at all, or are they all just hanging out by the cool cases and stuff?
    It's more about what's gonna get clicks / attention and unless that PSU has RGB it's probably not gonna get the views.

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