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ASUS Launches New G Series PSUs

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  1. malware New Member

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    ASUS today also presents two new power supply units - the 1 kW G-1000HA and the 850 W G-850HA. With 80 PLUS certification, Active PFC and a MTBF of more than 500,000 hours, both PSUs settle among the best in its class power supplies that deliver just the right amount of power when and where your PC needs it. The G PSUs make use of Japan-made capacitors that provide enhanced stability. More over they come with a silent 13.5cm ball-bearing fan and modular cables that are sleeved to ensure better ventilation and looks inside the case. The G Series are also Intel ATX12V Version 2.31 compliant, and provide 5 dedicated 12V rails. Both PSUs ship with enough external power leads for video cards. The 1 kW model comes with a total of six 6+2-pin PCI-Express 2.0 connectors, while the 850 W has four of them. The new ASUS G Series PSUs should be out selling very soon.

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    I wonder who really makes these.. Or does ASUS actually make PSU's now?
     
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    ME too shadowfold. I like Asus' products but I hope these are made by Seasonic or FSP
     
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    The design of the fan grill (gold badge in the center) leads me to believe Enermax had a hand in these...
     
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    I also wonder who the OEM is.
     
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    Yea I kinda noticed the similarities too.. It's definitely not Seasonic or FSP, sadly. I'm gonna put my money on enermax too, I guess we gotta wait for reviews.
     

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