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So instead of making threads about every new series or model i tought it was better just to make one big news thread

So first of we have the new NZXT HALE82 V2 Modular Power Supply Series
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The NZXT HALE82 V2 was designed with one goal in mind: bring consumers a high performance, feature-rich power supply without the premium price tag. As any computer enthusiast will tell you, poor cable management can make a beautiful build look like a complete mess. One of the major contributors to these cable management hassles is the power supply.

Unfortunately, fully modular cables are a luxury usually found only in high-end, high performance power supplies. Until now. Designed for mainstream users and enthusiasts alike, the HALE82 V2 is a fully modular power supply with 80 Plus Bronze certification. Available in 550W and 700W flavors, the HALE82 V2 features a fully modular PCB design with a labeled back plate for easy installation and excellent cable management.

The HALE82 V2 will be available soon for just €79.99 (550W) and €99.99 (700W). HALE82 V2 is confirmed compatible with Intel's 4th generation Core processors formerly codenamed Haswell.

For more information, visit the product pages of the 700W, and 550W models.





http://www.techpowerup.com/184874/nzxt-announces-hale82-v2-modular-power-supply-series.html

Next we have the In Win Serenity Series PSUs
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With two of its star attractions at Computex, the tòu and the KingSize H-Frame featuring elements of mirror-finish tempered glass, it's only natural that In Win would roll out a matching PSU lineup, since it's in the business of it. Pictured below is the company's new Serenity PSU, which could be available in various higher-range capacities. The one pictured below offers 900W.

Serenity PSUs are built with chrome brush-finished steel, to match some of the company's newer cases. The units are 80 Plus Platinum-certified, offer full-range APFC, a single +12V rail design, most common protection technologies such as OCP/OVP/OLP/UVP/SCP, and various regional certifications. These units are about 18 cm long, and feature partially modular cabling. The 24-pin ATX, 4+4-pin EPS, and a pair of 6+2-pin PCIe connectors come fixed, while two additional pairs of 6+2-pin PCIe connectors, twelve to sixteen SATA power, and three to six Molex connectors come modular. The unit is cooled by a 120 mm double ball-bearing fan. Its MTBF is rated at >120,000 hours. The Serenity series supports Core "Haswell" processors' low idle power states.



http://www.techpowerup.com/184974/in-win-shows-off-serenity-series-psus.html

Next we have the Akasa CobraPower PSU´s
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In addition to cases, fans, and coolers, Akasa had a star-attraction in its booth, the CobraPower line of value modular PSUs. Available in mid-range capacities such as 650W, 750W, and 850W, these shock-jockeys offer 82% efficiency (no 80 Plus rating), partially modular cabling with flat ribbon cables, APFC, single +12V rail design, and a large 135 mm fan that doesn't hiss. The 24-pin ATX and 4+4-pin EPS connectors come fixed, while PCIe, SATA and Molex connectors are modular

http://www.techpowerup.com/184980/akasa-unveils-cobrapower-psus.html

And next we have the most interesting PSU i have seen in a while the new Super Flower Leadex platform
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Thought 80 Plus Platinum was the pinnacle of PSU efficiency? Think again. 80 Plus Titanium is where it's at. Applicable only in regions with 220~230VAC domestic power, 80 Plus Titanium requires a PSU to offer at least 94 percent efficiency at 20 percent load, at least 96 percent efficiency at 50 percent load, and at least 91 percent efficiency at 100 percent load. Currently, just 8 PSUs went under 80 Plus certification, because only server-grade PSUs could earn it. Super Flower unveiled what is perhaps the first consumer PSU to do it, which it's yet to name. The PSU is 80 Plus Titanium certified under 220~230VAC, and at least 80 Plus Platinum certified under 100~120VAC.

Several of Super Flower's new 80 Plus Platinum-certified PSUs are scraping 80 Plus Titanium efficiency levels, although they're not quite there. These units feature an 80 Plus Platinum badge with a ">92% at 50% load" marking, denoting efficiency levels that get very close to 80 Plus Titanium. In any case, those are some excellent efficiency numbers being offered. A star-attraction at Super Flower's booth is the Leadex Platinum 1000W, a fully-modular PSU that is advertised to offer over 94% efficiency at 50 percent load.




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Seems like there will both a gold and platinum 1000 watts EVGA SuperNova G2 and a 1300 watts SuperNova G2 i think that one might be a Golden Green?

And this is the most awesome part there will be a black version or at least a black version was shown at Computex 2013




http://www.tweaktown.com/news/30940/super-flower-leadex-a-psu-with-lights-at-computex-2013/index.html

http://www.techpowerup.com/185028/super-flower-shows-off-first-80-plus-titanium-psu.html

Next up is the FSP the Aurum 92+ HW PSU
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FSP, a retail brand of PSU OEM Fortron Electronics, unveiled its flagship PSU series, the Aurum 92+ HW. These 80 Plus Platinum-certified high-Wattage PSUs come in 850W (HW850), 1000W (HW1000), and 1200W (HW1200) capacities, and offer efficiency levels that tend to go beyond 92 percent. Pictured below, the Aurum 92+ HW features a single +12V rail design, ATX 12V v2.31 and EPS v2.92 standards compliant, which gives it Core "Haswell" low power states support, an LLC full-bridge topology design, and connectivity that includes eight 6+2-pin PCIe connectors, 24-pin ATX, a couple of 4+4-pin EPS, and a large number of SATA/Molex ports.

http://www.techpowerup.com/185045/fsp-unveils-the-aurum-92-hw-psu.html

Next is the Antec High Current Pro Platinum Grid Series now this is also very interesting as we now have 100% modular 80 plus Platinum units below 1000 watts that are NOT made by Seasonic but by Delta
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Antec unveiled the first of its "smart" PSUs that rival Corsair AXi line, the High Current Pro Platinum Grid. The PSU plugs into your motherboard over a vacant USB 2.0/1.1 header, and interfaces with Antec Grid, a software that lets you monitor and log the unit's overall efficiency, various power domains, rails, temperatures, fan-speeds. It lets you override the unit's fan-speed curve, and monitor temperature over four sensors, reading from four key zones of the unit. Innards of these 80 Plus Platinum-certified PSUs are otherwise identical to the High Current Pro Platinum series launched last year, and are available in identical high-Wattage variants: 750W, 850W, 1000W, 1200W, and 1300W. These PSUs feature fully modular cabling, the 750W variant is ideal for gaming PC builds with up to two graphics cards, the 850W and 1000W three, and the others four. The company also showed off various HCP Platinum PSU models, most of which were launched at last year's Computex.





http://www.techpowerup.com/185068/antec-unveils-high-current-pro-platinum-grid-series-psus.html

Next is the Vantec that shows off its units
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Vantec showed off its three new PSU series; the entry-level Voltrax, which comes in 350W and 450W capacities, the mid-range Voltra, which comes in 550W, 650W, 750W, and 850W capacities; and the high-end Voltra+ series, which comes in 1050W and 1250W capacities. The Voltrax duo feature fixed cabling, with enough to go around for most single graphics card builds. Both feature single +12V rail designs, most common protection mechanisms, and 120 mm temperature-controlled fans.

The Voltra series, on the other hand, offers partially modular cabling, the 550W and 650W models are ideal for single- to dual-graphics card builds; while the 750W and 850W can handle dual- to triple-graphics card ones. Like Voltrax, Voltra PSUs feature single +12V rail designs, and common protection mechanisms, but use larger 135 mm fans to stay cool. Leading the pack is the Voltra+ duo, with their 80 Plus Gold certification, dual +12V rail designs (combination of 40~45A and 60~65A rails), 135 mm fans, and enough cabling for gaming PC builds with three to four graphics cards, and one to two CPU sockets (two EPS connectors).





http://www.techpowerup.com/185070/vantec-shows-off-its-three-psu-series.html

Last one today is Bitfenix which i find very interesting as well
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At Computex, BitFenix showed off its Fury line of upper-mainstream PSUs. Offering mid-range capacities of 550W, 650W, and 750W, these 80 Plus Gold-certified PSUs offer semi-modular cabling, a single +12V rail design, APFC, most common protection mechanisms (over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit protection), and support for new Core "Haswell" low-power C-states. The three come with enough cabling for single- to dual-graphics card builds, and are cooled by a temperature-controlled 135 mm fan.

http://www.techpowerup.com/185087/bitfenix-fury-psu-series-unveiled.html

OCZ shows off new Fatal1ty 750-watt Bronze rated PSU, Haswell-ready

www.tweaktown.com/news/30847/ocz-shows-off-new-fatal1ty-750-watt-bronze-rated-psu-haswell-ready-and-at-a-good-price/index.html
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Looks a little bit too much bling bling

Next High Power Shows Off Astro PT Line of Premium Smart-PSUs
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PSU maker High Power unveiled the Astro PT line of premium PSUs, which as the name might suggest, are 80 Plus Platinum certified. Astro PT is a "smart" PSU, which comes in 600W and 700W capacities, features a single +12V rail design, and a few impressive innovations, such as a WiFi-based connection to your PC, using which it interfaces with a monitoring and fan-control software.

Why WiFi and why not USB, you ask? Because WiFi allows overclockers to use an external device, such as a notebook, to monitor the PSU, so the bench machine the PSU is powering isn't affected by monitoring software. This software lets you monitor the various power domains, and tinker with the unit's fan-curve. The Astro PT also features an in-built power load meter that works like Kill-a-Watt, and measures power consumption at the AC receptacle. The Astro PT also features a digital VRM design, partially modular cabling with flat modular cables, and a 135 mm fan. The PSU supports low-power C-states of the new Core "Haswell" processors.



http://www.techpowerup.com/185132/high-power-shows-off-astro-pt-line-of-premium-smart-psus.html

Next Cooler Master Shows off GX II Series Mainstream Gaming PC PSUs
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Cooler Master unveiled the second generation of its GX line of mainstream PSUs for gaming PC builds. These extremely well 'packaged' PSUs come in mid-range capacities under 850W, offer all the connectivity most gaming PCs need, at usually good prices. Pictured below is a new 700W model, which is compliant with the latest ATX specifications, supports Core "Haswell" low-power C-states, and offers essential features such as APFC, protection from over/under voltage, overload, overpower (output), and short-circuit. It offers all the cabling (fixed) you need for a gaming PC with up to two graphics cards; including four 6+2 pin PCIe, nine SATA, three Molex, apart from 24-pin ATX and 4+4-pin EPS. GX series PSUs lack fancy 80 Plus certifications, but Cooler Master claims this unit should offer 85 percent at typical loads. Cooler Master addressed the issue of a generally edgy fan-speed curve with its mainstream PSUs, by deploying a large 135 mm Yate Loon fan to keep the unit cool.

These new Cooler Master GX II better be much better then the old ones they belonged in a dumpster not in a PC
Hope Enhance Electronics sold them a good platform and not a crappy one

Seems like everyone and their mother needs to sell PSU´s these days even Phanteks now
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2013 sure is turning out to be the year of smart PSUs, with debutante in the PSU market, Phanteks, unveiling its Enthoo ES700. The company recently entered the premium case market with a bang. The ES700 is a 700W 80 Plus Platinum-certified PSU, with digital VRM, semi-modular cabling, and a unique front-panel accessory that fits into 5.25-inch drive bays, giving you a live readout of load and efficiency. The same LED-based display is also located on the unit itself, next to the AC receptacle. The unit uses a single +12V rail design, offers most common protections, and uses a 135 mm fan to keep cool. The unit is still being designed, and the final version could feature sleeved cables.

http://www.techpowerup.com/185153/phanteks-unveils-enthoo-es700-smart-psu.html


Lepa Also Shows Off Contingent of New PSUs
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At the end of the day, Lepa started off as a PSU maker, and that's where its expertise lies. The company unveils several new PSUs at Computex, the most notable of which smiled for our cameras. Things start off with the new MX series mainstream PSUs, which offer semi-modular cabling with flat peripheral cables, a single +12V rail design, and up to 86 percent efficiency. These units come in 450W (N450-MA), 550W (N550-MA), and 650W (N650-MA) variants. The 450W model is good for most single graphics card builds, the 550W and 650W ones can take on dual-graphics card setups.

Moving on, Lepa unveiled the BM "MaxBron" series 80 Plus Bronze certified mid-range PSUs, which come in 450W (B450-MB), 550W (B550-MB), 650W (B650-MB), 700W (B700-MB), 800W (B800-MB), and 1000W (B1000-MB) variants. The 450W is good for single card builds, 550W thru 700W for dual-card builds, and 800W thru 1000W for triple-card ones. These units feature semi-modular cabling with flat modular cables, a colorful rubber/silicone frame lining the unit's edges called Anti3s Q-Brick, which absorbs vibrations to reduce noise, and a hydraulic bearing 135 mm fan.

Next up, Lepa showed off the GM "MaxGold" line of 80 Plus Gold certified premium units. Available in 500W (G500-MB), 600W (G600-MB), 700W (G700-MB), 800W (G800-MB), and 1000W (G1000-MB), these units feature semi-modular flat peripheral cabling, the same Anti3s Q-Brick rubber/silicone edge lining that absorbs vibrations that's featured on MaxBron, support for Core "Haswell" low-power C-states, and a single +12V rail design.

Leading the pack, is the new P-series 80 Plus Platinum-certified high-end PSUs. Available in high-capacities of 1050W (P1050-MA), 1375W (P1375-MA), and 1700W (P1700-MA, available only in regions with 230VAC domestic power), these units offer completely modular flat cabling, compliance with ErP Lot6 2013 standards, support for Core "Haswell" low-power C-states, 105°C-safe Japanese components, and a durable 135 mm ball-bearing fan.




http://www.techpowerup.com/185223/lepa-also-shows-off-contingent-of-new-psus.html

More news is the EVGA SuperNova G2 1300 watts only info so far is its a Super Flower?

Also saw a new EVGA 500 watts 80 plus bronze unit made by HEC bet that one is just like all the other HEC units trash

Last its seems like EVGA knew they made a bad call and with the G2 1000 watts 80 plus Gold so they are comming with a 80 plus Platinum version of the same unit

I sure hope this new Platinum is a 100% rebrand of the Super Flower Leadex and not like the 80 Plus gold version where they took a few parts out to save money
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Be Quiet has some new units as well
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During the recently ended Computex event in Taipei, be quiet! presented a wide range of new products, CPU coolers as well as power supplies. Among them a new upper-mainstream PSU line dubbed Power Zone, which consists of four models starting at 650 W and followed by 750 W, 850 W and 1000 W versions. This constitutes a premiere for be quiet! in that these are the first fully modular power supplies to be offered by the German brand. Another aspect intended to be addressed with this product line is affordability, which is something few of us would associate with the be quiet! moniker.

The four units comprising the Power Zone line are single +12V rail designs, use only 105° C rated capacitors and claim 80 Plus Bronze efficiency. They also make use of the be quiet! Silent Wings 135 mm fan, which is a Protechnic made Fluid Dynamic Bearing fan, probably the best fan you can have inside a power supply. The modular connector panel also houses three fan headers, feature carried over from the Dark Power Pro P10 line. be quiet! will offer these products with a 5 year warranty and pricing should start below 100 €.




http://www.techpowerup.com/185380/be-quiet-power-zone.html

Seasonic Shows Off 1200 W Platinum Power Supply
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More than eighteen months after it first debuted the P Series, Seasonic unveils its range topping SS-1200XP3 (where XP3 denotes a third generation product). Visually, the new power supply closely resembles the 1000 W version and the first generation 860 W version (now retired). Also similar is the fan employed by the new unit, being the same Sanyo Denki San Ace 9S that Seasonic employs across its premium product lines. The similarities do not stop here though, the unit boasts the same semi-fanless operation mode where the fan is engaged only at loads exceeding 30% of the PSU's rated output, also the customary 105° C rated Japanese capacitors are used throughout the unit. Seasonic also advertises this unit as a single +12V rail design, just like it did (and still does) with its first generation P Series products, in spite of the fact that they are quad-rail designs with OCP trip points set very high. Remains to be seen if that is the case with the 1200 W version as well.


http://www.techpowerup.com/185382/seasonic-shows-off-1200-w-platinum-power-supply.html

Huntkey Show Successfully Held at Computex 2013, Taipei
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At the international exhibition of computer and consumer electronics Computex 2013, Taipei, Huntkey Enterprise Group presents a wide range of innovative products that reflect the company's leading position and current trends in contemporary performance, economy and environmental security of computer components and systems. The booth number of Huntkey is J1009a, Nangang Exhibition Hall.

During the exhibition, Huntkey has presented a full range of modern productive power supplies for desktop PCs, including the flagship FX500SE, 80Plus Platinum certified, the FX750GM with 80Plus Gold, and the 80Plus Bronze model FX620M with modular system cables. Furthermore, the model FX500SE supports intelligent cooling mode, in which the fan is completely disconnected when the load is below 250 Watt and the PSU is completely silent.

Among the new products there is also a new family of universal notebook adapters, including the 45W Universal Notebook Adapter, suitable for most modern ultrabooks, the Slim 65W Universal Notebook Adapter - New Edition to power laptops and Ultrabooks, as well as the unique novelty of the season - the model X- MAN 90W Universal Notebook Adapter with a detachable DC power cable for easy cable management, and a 5V2.1A USB to charge portable gadgets. All of the new adapters are compact in size and highly efficient.


A special place at Huntkey's stand is the newest line of car chargers with the certification of MFI, oriented for maximum compatibility with most models of global automotive brands. All models are equipped with reliable multiple protections and are compatible with most portable digital devices, including the iPhone5, iPod Touch 5th, iPod Nano 7, iPad 4, iPad Mini and others, and the iCarMate S202C and the iCarMate S103C are also equipped with a USB.

For Apple devices with the new 8pin connector, Huntkey introduces a wide range of Lightning to USB cables for charging demand and data transfer. There are different color choices - black, white, green, blue and pink, and is fully compatible with iPhone5, iPod Touch 5th, iPod Nano 7, iPad 4, iPad Mini and other digital devices.
The most popular among users of mobile gadgets are the Huntkey super-thin models of power banks, with lithium-polymer batteries, multi-protections and an increased resource of up to 1000 cycles of charge and discharge. The latest PBA7000 Power Bank and the HPBA12000 Power Bank are featured with high efficiencyand two USB ports for charging two devices at the same time.
The new Smart Housing System is equipped with intelligent control on household electric appliances with mobile phones, over the Internet and intranet. After the system is set correctly, users can control their household electric appliances while working in the office, with some easy moves on their mobile phones.
The highlight of Huntkey's stand - the unique Parts In One PC, with high-quality Full HD 21.5-inch A+ widescreen made by ChiMei, allowing the use of Micro ATX motherboards for All-in-one PCs. The system is fully compatible with the Intel processor cooling systems and is equipped with an additional ultra-thin card-holder for additional cooling equipment to improve stability.

http://www.techpowerup.com/185317/huntkey-show-successfully-held-at-computex-2013-taipei.html
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Computex Taipei 2013 - Thermaltake continue to impress the world, and myself especially, with their new digital power supply unit (PSU). The new Toughpower DPS range of power supplies are all-digital, and allow users to do real-time performance monitoring and control.

You can save records and view ultra-detailed data at anytime, and something I truly love is that it is really social - you can share records with friends through the usual social networks like Facebook and Twitter, or even go e-mail if you want. The Toughpower DPS 850W we took a look at has an ultra-quiet 14cm fan with smart fan control, and the new Toughpower DPS line of PSU's are fully modular with low profile and flat cables, another nod to Thermaltake's eye in detail.


http://www.tweaktown.com/news/30839/thermaltake-unveil-an-awesome-digital-psu-that-lets-you-monitor-and-control-things-in-real-time/index.html

Thats the PSU news from Computex so far

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Anyone have any info who the OEM for the Bitfenix units is?

And i sure hope that the fan used is not the Bitfenix Spectre Pro fans those are horrible

Or those NZXT HALE 82 V2 units who is the OEM for them sure hope its not a rebrand of the FSP Raider or something like that

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Kingwin is there I hope they show off their take on the Leadex platform if they have one.

Curious about the new Antec's hopefully those added features don't add too much cost because those high end deltas are expensive as it is.

We need thorough reviews on the EVGA Supernova G2 1000w as the 3DGameman review isn't exactly comprehensive.

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Kingwin is there I hope they show off their take on the Leadex platform if they have one.

Curious about the new Antec's hopefully those added features don't add too much cost because those high end deltas are expensive as it is.

We need thorough reviews on the EVGA Supernova G2 1000w as the 3DGameman review isn't exactly comprehensive.

Antec has done the same stupid thing with their new Platinum units that Cosair did with the AXi series hope we get models without the stupid software

And yes we need a real EVGA SuperNova G2 review

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Antec has done the same stupid thing with their new Platinum units that Cosair did with the AXi series hope we get models without the stupid software

And yes we need a real EVGA SuperNova G2 review

Yeah hopefully the software isn't terribad not that I'd use it and more importantly that those ripple anomalies are ironed out.

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that oc link feature seems very interesting from antec. can't wait to get my hands on either the 1300w hcp or 1200 grid digital psu. really love that nzxt went full modular on their hale82 series as well. and i swear i saw some new seasonic skus as well... cmon shilka, let your biases go for at least this thread biggrin.gif
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that oc link feature seems very interesting from antec. can't wait to get my hands on either the 1300w hcp or 1200 grid digital psu. really love that nzxt went full modular on their hale82 series as well. and i swear i saw some new seasonic skus as well... cmon shilka, let your biases go for at least this thread biggrin.gif

I got nothing against Seasonic or Cosair units
Its the company and their way of doing business i dont like so thats why i say skip them and look elsewhere

Its not like either of them has done anything really special anyway its more or less just the same old thing over and over re hatched

Corsonic demand is more or less killing the PSU market so thats another reason not to buy them

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OCZ shows off new Fatal1ty 750-watt Bronze rated PSU, Haswell-ready

www.tweaktown.com/news/30847/ocz-shows-off-new-fatal1ty-750-watt-bronze-rated-psu-haswell-ready-and-at-a-good-price/index.html
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Looks a little bit too much bling bling

Next High Power Shows Off Astro PT Line of Premium Smart-PSUs
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PSU maker High Power unveiled the Astro PT line of premium PSUs, which as the name might suggest, are 80 Plus Platinum certified. Astro PT is a "smart" PSU, which comes in 600W and 700W capacities, features a single +12V rail design, and a few impressive innovations, such as a WiFi-based connection to your PC, using which it interfaces with a monitoring and fan-control software.

Why WiFi and why not USB, you ask? Because WiFi allows overclockers to use an external device, such as a notebook, to monitor the PSU, so the bench machine the PSU is powering isn't affected by monitoring software. This software lets you monitor the various power domains, and tinker with the unit's fan-curve. The Astro PT also features an in-built power load meter that works like Kill-a-Watt, and measures power consumption at the AC receptacle. The Astro PT also features a digital VRM design, partially modular cabling with flat modular cables, and a 135 mm fan. The PSU supports low-power C-states of the new Core "Haswell" processors.



http://www.techpowerup.com/185132/high-power-shows-off-astro-pt-line-of-premium-smart-psus.html

Next Cooler Master Shows off GX II Series Mainstream Gaming PC PSUs
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Cooler Master unveiled the second generation of its GX line of mainstream PSUs for gaming PC builds. These extremely well 'packaged' PSUs come in mid-range capacities under 850W, offer all the connectivity most gaming PCs need, at usually good prices. Pictured below is a new 700W model, which is compliant with the latest ATX specifications, supports Core "Haswell" low-power C-states, and offers essential features such as APFC, protection from over/under voltage, overload, overpower (output), and short-circuit. It offers all the cabling (fixed) you need for a gaming PC with up to two graphics cards; including four 6+2 pin PCIe, nine SATA, three Molex, apart from 24-pin ATX and 4+4-pin EPS. GX series PSUs lack fancy 80 Plus certifications, but Cooler Master claims this unit should offer 85 percent at typical loads. Cooler Master addressed the issue of a generally edgy fan-speed curve with its mainstream PSUs, by deploying a large 135 mm Yate Loon fan to keep the unit cool.

These new Cooler Master GX II better be much better then the old ones they belonged in a dumpster not in a PC
Hope Enhance Electronics mas sold them a good platform and not a crappy one

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Seagate Ironwolf Pro 14 TB
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Seagate Ironwolf 12 TB
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WD Ultrastar DC HC530 14 TB
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Seagate Ironwolf Pro 12 TB
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