Saturday, June 7th 2014

Rosewill Unveils AIM Series Digital PSUs

Rosewill unveiled its own line of digital PSUs, which give you software monitoring and control over its various power domains, and fan-speed. Unlike Corsair's implementation, which involves an internal USB connection to your motherboard, and a Windows app, Rosewill did something similar to Cooler Master, by equipping its PSUs with Bluetooth modules, and Android apps, which let you tweak your PSU on your smartphone, so system instability doesn't come in the way of setting your PSU right, if something goes wrong.

The AIM series of digital PSUs comes in five models - 600W, 750W, 850W, 1000W, and 1250W. It features partially modular cabling (the 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS, along with one pair of 8-pin PCIe power connectors, are fixed). The 600W comes with wiring for single high-end graphics card systems; 750W and 850W for two, 1000W for three, and 1250W for four. The units feature single 12V rail designs, and boast of 80 Plus Platinum efficiency ratings.
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6 Comments on Rosewill Unveils AIM Series Digital PSUs

#1
damric
So, what is the OEM platform here?
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#2
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
AOL Instant Messenger?
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#3
tigger
I'm the only one
That is pretty geek chic if you ask me.
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#4
SirMango
"software monitoring and control over its various power domains, and fan-speed"

"tweak your PSU on your smartphone, so system instability doesn't come in the way of setting your PSU right, if something goes wrong"

Features like these seem silly to me. The only thing I see going wrong is the end-user making an error and causing the PSU to be unstable. Shouldn't the PSU be stable without user input, anyway?
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