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Thursday, 30 September 2010 13:57

Corsair launches its Builder Series PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic
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For mainstream system builders


Corsair has added yet antoher series of PSUs to its offer, the Builder Series. Consisting of three different models, Builder series is designed for PC system builders/integrators that are looking of "affordable, quiet, and energy efficient PSU for mainstream performance on single GPU systems.

The PSUs feature a single +12V rail and are rated at 80% energy efficiency. They come with an ultra-quiet 120mm temperature controlled fan and have ATX12V v2.3 certification. Builder Series will be available in 430, 500 and 600W flavors and all three will have fully-sleeved cables.

Availability is expected pretty soon and Builder Series should hit retail priced at US $49.99 for the 430W model, US $64.99 for the 500W model and US $74.99 for the 600W model. The entire series is backed by a two-year limited warranty.

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