Wednesday, April 30th 2014

BitFenix Introduces the Fury PSU Series

For a long time, the power supply is one part of the PC that users prefer to remain unseen. These dull, lifeless boxes were made to perform in the background, away from sight. Challenging the status quo, BitFenix set out to make a power supply that not only delivered on a performance level, but also utilized enough design elements to let it stand out in a system build. To that end, BitFenix announces the Fury Power Supply Series. Featuring top quality components like all Japanese capacitors, a killer design aesthetic, and top-notch efficiency, Fury is set to become the new gold standard in semi-modular power supply units.

Killer Aesthetics
Starting with the chassis, Fury brings a bold yet sophisticated design to the realm of power supplies. Both top and bottom are adorned with a stamped BitFenix logo, along with a custom aluminum ring accent that exudes an aggressive look no matter which direction you install it. Combined with a quality matte powder-coat finish, Fury is the first PC power supply that's designed to enhance the look of your system.

After taking the modding world by storm with the Alchemy lineup of sleeved cable extensions, BitFenix has brought its one-of-a-kind Nanosleeve braiding to the Fury Power Supply. Each cable that comes with Fury is sleeved with Nanosleeve braiding for excellent flexibility and unsurpassed aesthetics. With Fury, modders will spare their warranties while saving hours of time sleeving their own PSU cables. Best of all, the semi-modular design allows builders to only use the cables they need, reducing cable clutter and improving airflow inside the system. For the boutique modded look with zero effort, look no further than BitFenix Fury.

Advanced Performance
But even a good looking power supply is no use if it doesn't deliver on a technical level. That's why Fury utilizes advanced features to meet the power needs of the modern PC. 80PLUS certification ensures up to 90% efficiency for maximum cost savings over time. Single rail power delivery provides optimum power to system components that need it most, while active power factor correction smooths out ripples for clean and steady power for the system.

Total Reliability
All of this power is harnessed via several key components and technologies that make Fury a power supply users can rely on day in and day out. To ensure clean output and long life, Fury employs a design that utilizes all Japanese capacitors. Renowned for their quality and longevity, all Japanese capacitors puts Fury in a class above other PSU designs. A 135mm fluid dynamic bearing fan not only helps keep temperatures under control, but does so with minimal noise. Finally, Fury also comes equipped with BitShield Six-Point Protection, a series of safeguards that prevent damage to the PC caused by electrical anomalies, including under voltage, over voltage, short circuit and more. All of this is backed by a five-year warranty so users can use Fury with confidence.

Available in 550 W, 650 W, and 750 W models, BitFenix Fury delivers a trifecta of performance, reliability and aesthetics perfect for today's high octane PC builds.

BitFenix Fury will be available on store shelves in May.
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12 Comments on BitFenix Introduces the Fury PSU Series

#2
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
550W Gold Modular version is £99.95 Inc VAT
I don't think it's very competitively priced at all... (especially considering it's average performance in reviews)

FSP is the OEM, based on the Aurum.
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lZKoce
by: RCoon
550W Gold Modular version is £99.95 Inc VAT
I don't think it's very competitively priced at all... (especially considering it's average performance in reviews)

FSP is the OEM, based on the Aurum.
Individually sleeved cables and embossed top with white liner out of the box, yeah I'd say it's expected to be a bit more expensive. :))
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RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: lZKoce
Individually sleeved cables and embossed top with white liner out of the box, yeah I'd say it's expected to be a bit more expensive. :))
The sleeved cables add value, sure, but most enthusiasts will want a better performer, which can be had for a similar price, if not less. And then they'll likely sleeve the cables themselves if they see fit to. The embossed top is all down to opinion, but some people like their PSU casing plain.

The Sea Sonic G-Series Gold Rated Modular 750W is priced the same as this 550W. The only difference being looks.
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#5
Sp33d Junki3
pricing for a 550w gold is not priced high when other 550w Gold is priced the same or higher.
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#6
RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: Sp33d Junki3
pricing for a 550w gold is not priced high when other 550w Gold is priced the same or higher.
Sadly the RM550 GOLD is cheaper, 35% cheaper.
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Sp33d Junki3
by: RCoon
Sadly the RM550 GOLD is cheaper, 35% cheaper.
G series 750w is $150, 550w is $100 that is the price in CAD.
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RCoon
Forum Gypsy
by: Sp33d Junki3
G series 750w is $150, 550w is $100 that is the price in CAD.
Fair enough, PSU prices are quite different in the UK


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#9
shilka
Its a group regulated FSP Aurum so its like the EVGA SuperNova NEX650G/750G mediocre and overpriced
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#10
TheGuruStud
Who makes it? If it's not Seasonic, they know where to stick it :D
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shilka
by: TheGuruStud
Who makes it? If it's not Seasonic, they know where to stick it :D
The OEM is FSP as i said in the last post i made
And Delta / Super Flower / CWT / HighPower / ATNG and a lot of others are no good?
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TheGuruStud
by: shilka
The OEM is FSP as i said in the last post i made
And Delta / Super Flower / CWT / HighPower / ATNG and a lot of others are no good?
Oops, skimmed over it :O

Nope. I never did like the others' V regulation. I did like a couple superflowers, but, iirc, they were missing OC or OV protection.
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