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Gigabyte Readying Odin GT 1200W PSU

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, May 14, 2009.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Gigabyte has its Odin Pro PSU lineup for about two years now. The company prepared a new model to top the it, with up to 1200W of power output, modular cabling, and a USB data connection to the system it powers. Perhaps a monitoring and/or control software is packed along. The Odin GT 1200W measures 150 (W) x 180 (L) x 86 (H) mm, and weighs in at 2.5 kg (around 5.5 lbs). It is said to feature high-grade Japanese capacitors, and four +12V rails that belt out 99A, 1188 W. It has a rated efficiency of above 80%. Also featured is active power compensator (Active PFC). Cables include six 6+2 pin PCI-Express, along with ten SATA power, and eight Molex connectors. A 140 mm fan cools the unit. The SLI-certified PSU is expected to hit stores soon.

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    Here's the Product page..

    Is it constructed by CWT like its 800W little brother?:confused:
     
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    Can't wait for you guys to reveiw it.
     
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    i just bought the old and had to return it because of a fault ... wish i had known about this sooner, i wouldv waited
     
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    I have the 800W Pro version without the software, extremely well built. These are great PSU's, probably not on the standards of Corsair, but not far away either!
     
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    Just out of interest you have an enermax 1050 watt psu listed in your specs... why would you want this one instead.. or you just want to see review?
     
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    Not bad amps, 10A on 120V, that should be friendly enought for my energy bill.
     
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    i have odin 800 pro , it is great PSU ever see also my next move is this one no other PSU have same quality and durability
     

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