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Wednesday, 04 March 2009 11:50

Sapphire rolls out 1050W and 1250W PSUs

Written by Sanjin Rados
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Cebit 2009:
625W
Fire PSU already available

 

Sapphire is launching two new PSUs, the FirePSU 1050W and FirePSU 1250W, and the company claims they will come with a modest price tag, although it has not revealed the actual price just yet.

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Sapphire already has a 625W model with a modular cable management system. It looks good, and it's quite, but at $179.99 it's a bit overpriced for the average consumer. You can get it here. In Germany you can find it starting from € 128, here.

It's an ATX12V Ver.2.3 unit with an 80 PLUS Bronze certificate, and in offers efficiency of up to 88 percent. It has three 12V rails with up to 25 amps, and is ATI FireGL i ATI FireMV certified. It is designed with CrossfireX or SLI in mind, and you can see it powering two water cooled HD4870 cards.

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