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Tuesday, 18 December 2007 11:30

Super Talent announces PSU line

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Atomic Juice

 

Super Talent, mostly known for its wide variety of memory products has launched a new line of power supplies, branded Atomic Juice.

The new Atomic Juice PSUs will be available in 600W and 700W flavors. The new PSUs come with one 24-pin MB connector, two CPU 4-pin, one PCI-E 6-pin, one PCI-E 8-pin, six SATA, two floppy and six 4-pin molex connectors. They have four 12V rails with 18Amps per rail. The entire PSU will be cooled by quiet temperature controlled 120mm fan with orange LEDs.

According to the press release, these PSUs will be available at retail shops in January, with suggested price for 700W model at around $145.

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