Monday, July 25th 2011

Sea Sonic Announces Time Line of Future PSU Product Launches

In Quarter 4, 2011, Sea Sonic will introduce many new and exciting products. First will be the start of our Platinum series and then the completion of our award winning X – Gold series followed by a whole new Gold – G series and upgraded M12II.

In September 2011 (estimated), our PLATINUM P-860 & P1000 will be available on the local markets. These models represent the highest level of technology, efficiency, performance and quality yet produced by Sea Sonic.

GOLD – X Series - Complete the family
The highly successful X series will be completed this September with the X-1050 & the X-1250, both 100% modular, Gold efficiency and super high performance and quality. The X series will span from 400 & 460 watts fanless and 560, 660, 760, 850, 1050 & 1250 with S3FC to make the most complete 80PLUS Gold series available on the market!

GOLD – G Series - A new frontier
In November of 2011 (est.), the all-new G series will be launched to bridge the gap with semi modular for the PC enthusiasts and Gold efficiency for super performance, energy savings and quality. Available will be 350, 450, 550 & 650, targeted right at the heart of the most popular power outputs!

BRONZE - M12II series - High Power and yet cost effective
The new M12II-650, 750 & 850 is made for the enthusiasts who need more power, but keep the modularity and is price focused. These units will be available in Oct 2011.

BULK Units
For our partners who purchase our BULK units, the ATX model line up be expanded with the 350, 450, 550 & 650 in November and 700, 800 & 900 to market in January of 2012. The TFX will have an addition of 300 & 350 watts Gold units in October to market date. In addition to the above offering, there will also be many adapters, open frame power supplies and power supplies for the LED market.
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12 Comments on Sea Sonic Announces Time Line of Future PSU Product Launches

#1
cheesy999
by: btarunr
400 & 460 watts fanless
could be interesting, silent PSU's on some seriously powerfull rigs for once
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: cheesy999
could be interesting, silent PSU's on some seriously powerfull rigs for once
They are already out. Jonnyguru review of x-400 Fanless. And how will 460W power a "seriously powerful rig"? Awesome for mid/lowend builds though if you can afford it.
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JrRacinFan
Served 5k and counting ...
by: Frick
They are already out. Jonnyguru review of x-400 Fanless. And how will 460W power a "seriously powerful rig"? Awesome for mid/lowend builds though if you can afford it.
i5 2400 + HD(5 or 6)770 or HD6850 + 120GB SSD + **insert 2nd sata storage hdd here**. That can get you gaming pretty well on a 20" 1600x900 or 22"+ 1080p, take a look at the particulars:
http://img.techpowerup.org/110725/Capture072.jpg
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/graphics/2010/10/22/ati-radeon-hd-6850-review/

That review was done on a stock i7 965.
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#4
cheesy999
by: Frick
They are already out. Jonnyguru review of x-400 Fanless. And how will 460W power a "seriously powerful rig"? Awesome for mid/lowend builds though if you can afford it.
by: JrRacinFan
i5 2400 + HD(5 or 6)770 or HD6850 + 120GB SSD + **insert 2nd sata storage hdd here**. That can get you gaming pretty well on a 20" 1600x900. Not extremely powerful but silent.
yeah, it's not gonna be ridiculously high end or anything but it'll get you an I7 2600(95)+6850( 229w) which, while not the most powerful rig in the world will not exactly be low end by anyone's standards
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Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
Good point. :)
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#6
Hotobu
Also you could go with a double PSU setup, throw just the CPU and pretty much any GPU you want, OC it, and put the other GPU and the rest of the components on the other PSU.

As for this article I didn't know that the platinum models started at 860. I was under the impression that they'd be on the 1050 and 1250 models. If the price is $220 or less I might just snatch one.
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#7
jpierce55
by: cheesy999
could be interesting, silent PSU's on some seriously powerfull rigs for once
There have been some other fanless psu's recently. It might not make a powerful rig, but it is a good thing, and a move in the right direction. Somebody with a low watt cpu could use a fanless heatsink, or an APU based system might get buy with only a fan on the processor.
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#8
meirb111
as always Sea Sonic makes great psus

as always Sea Sonic makes great psus
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#9
[H]@RD5TUFF
Very interesting, do want pricing info.
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#12
jalyst
Awesome news!
Can't wait for P-860 to come out, FINALLY.
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