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Monday, 22 September 2008 13:11

Glacialtech launches its AL series PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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In four different models

GlacialTech has launched its newest AL Series of power supply units. These new PSUs will be available in four different models with rated wattages of 350, 450, 550 and 650 Watts.

All four models in this new AL series will have Active PFC (Power Factor Correction) as well as a rated average power efficiency of over 80 percent. The new AL series will also feature internal power protections like SCP, OTP, OPP, OVP (Over Voltage Protection) and OCP (Over Current Protection).

The PSUs are cooled either by 80 or 120 mm fans, depending on the model, and according to the press release these new PSUs should be noise-free. The noise produced by the fan will not go above 30dBA and the new series will feature Fan Speed Control, Delayed Shut Down and Automatic fan Switch Off features which should ensure maximum stability and low noise.

Other noted specs include ATX12V v2.2 support, dual +12V rails and 15W +5Vsb rail. The new series will have a MTBF (Mean time before failure) of 100,000 hours and the new series will come with a two-year warranty.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 23 September 2008 04:32

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