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NesteQ Intros E2CS X-Strike PSUs

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  1. btarunr

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    NesteQ is ready with a new high-end modular power supply, the E2CS X-Strike. Part of a series, variants include 400W, 500W, 600W, 750W, 850W, and 1000W. These PSUs feature energy efficiency ratings of up to 92%, whihch makes them 80 Plus Gold certified. The +12V circuit features as many as six rails, with a unique Power Monitoring Panel feature that provides diagnostic LED readouts for each +12V rail, and the +5V, and +3.3V circuits. Another unique feature is with its connectors, the Enhanced Easy Connecting System provides modularity to even the cables which connect to the PSU, so only the connectors that are really needed could be put in place. Further, users can chain those cables to make a single, long cable, helping in cable management in certain cases. Output diagram and connectors' list specific to the variant are provided below.

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    fist consumer grade gold psu's? who is there oem?
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    Nice idea on the daisy chaining the power cables. Might help them sell a few.
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    Really nice idea indeed. I also like the LEDs.
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    WHOA! i like the 1000W specs, NICE:D:D:D
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    Yes, not first consumer grade, ABS has gold PSUs, hell even Enermax does. Ive never heard of NesteQ but these look really tasty and Id love to try one.
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    four rails? about the only downside i can find to these things
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    According to the diagram the 1000w has 6. That has to be horrible on power and it makes me wonder how it would get a gold rating.
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    missed that. scary.
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    There's nothing like an ABS titanium finished 1100 watt power supply right out of the box.

    Those are the moments to live for!

    I should order one to relive the moment and then return it. I don't even have to plug it in.

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