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Thursday, 06 November 2008 14:27

Topower releases special edition Powerbird PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Powerbird 900W and 1100W


Preparing
for this year's Christmas shopping season, Topower has refreshed its PSU lineup with two new special edition Powerbird power supply units. These two new PSUs will have an output of 900 and 1100 Watts and will be neatly packed in an aluminum case.

The specs on these two new PSUs are just as you would expect them to be on a high-end PSU: six 12V rails with 20 amps on each one, rated efficiency of over 80 percent, modular connections, ATX 12V 2.3 and EPS 2.92 support, and shiny titanium-like mirror coating. Both of these new PSUs are cooled by a 120mm thermally controlled double bearing fan and sleeved cables. 

As for the connectors, Powerbird PSUs will feature two PCI-Express 6-pin and two PCI-Express 6+2-pin connectors, eight SATA and six molex 4-pin, single FDD connector and of course, standard ATX 24-pin, ATX 4+4-pin and ATX 4-pin connectors.

The MSRP for the 1100W version is set at US $239, while the price for the 900W version is still unknown.

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Last modified on Saturday, 08 November 2008 04:20

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