Friday, July 10th 2009

Spire Announces BlackMoon Xtreme Precision PSUs

Spire, global supplier of quality and affordable pc components is introducing their new professional power supply series. The name says it all, Xtreme Precision power supply. Aimed squarely at the professional and PC enthusiast the BlackMoon XP Series is the perfect match for quality and high power demand. Spire has combined efficiency and performance into one unit providing power when you need it whilst maintaining 85% efficiency.

Fashioned in neat black powder coated enclosures and equipped with the signature Spire 120 mm Silent fan, keeping air flowing and your system running cool. Trust the brand with the industry leading specifications and award winning service program, Spire - Powered by Innovation.

Features:
  • ATX 2.3 Specification Compliant
  • Modular cable system
  • Sleeved cables and EZ-Connectors
  • 2 independent 12V rails
  • EMI Shielded VGA/HDD Power Connectors
  • Auto-Silent 120mm signature DC fan
  • 3 Speed Variable Fan Speed Temp-control
  • Completely Silent 10.0 dBA up to 45C / 113F
  • I/O Short Circuit- Overload- & Over current-Protection
  • High Efficiency (85%) up to 30% less power consumption
  • 80 Plus Bronze efficiency and Eco-friendly Certified
  • Supports the newest Intel & AMD based PC systems

Compatibility:The new Spire XP BlackMoon power supply series are ATX 2.3, ATI Radeon, Crossfire, Nvidia SLI, ESA and 80plus compatible.

Availability:
BlackMoon XP new power supply series are now available from Spire factory, China. Distribution through Spire branch offices locations will commence early July 2009. For more product information, please visit this page.
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11 Comments on Spire Announces BlackMoon Xtreme Precision PSUs

#1
Jizzler
Unlike most other modular power supplies with different plugs for molex and SATA cables, this one looks universal. A big plus. The rest of it's specs don't look too shabby either.
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#2
twicksisted
by: Jizzler
Unlike most other modular power supplies with different plugs for molex and SATA cables, this one looks universal. A big plus. The rest of it's specs don't look too shabby either.
besides the lack of how many rails and the 12V rail output in the sales blurb...
will be great if its less than 10db up to 45c but what if it idles at 50c ;)
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#3
HellasVagabond
Call me crazy but weren't those announced a month ago ?
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#4
Mussels
Moderprator
its got 2 12V rails, one 20A one 30A.

Just feels... weak, for a 700W.
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#5
twicksisted
aaah yeah i see now on the link... yeah that does seem a bit weak, but then again 30A on the one rail will be fine for pretty much any gfx card out currently and in the near future
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#6
Mussels
Moderprator
yeah, it should be ok. I jsut compare to my corsair, which has a loooot more amps when 'only' 50W more.
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#7
twicksisted
by: Mussels
yeah, it should be ok. I jsut compare to my corsair, which has a loooot more amps when 'only' 50W more.
hehe yeah but thats like comparing every crappy car on the market to a bugatti veyron :P
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#8
hat
Maximum Overclocker
Does anyone else find it odd that they labled it with "Xtreme Precision"?
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#10
[I.R.A]_FBi
by: Mussels
yeah, it should be ok. I jsut compare to my corsair, which has a loooot more amps when 'only' 50W more.
This aint no tx750 killah
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#11
Meizuman
It seems someone has kicked Spire's ass, looking much better now...

First TherMax II and now this... maybe not all top-notch but definately a huge improvement from the past.
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