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OCZ Unveils the New PC Power & Cooling Turbo-Cool 860 Watt

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    OCZ Technology Group today unveiled the new Turbo-Cool 860 power supply from PC Power & Cooling. Built for absolute stability and reliability, the Turbo-Cool 860 features adjustable rails, ultra-high efficiency, and a lifespan at least twice the industry standard. NVIDIA SLI certified to the highest level, the heavy-duty Turbo-Cool 860 is the ultimate power solution for today’s mission-critical and high-end gaming systems.

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    Continuing a long history of technical innovation and industry leadership, PC Power & Cooling has designed the Turbo-Cool 860 for optimum power distribution to all components by utilizing their customary "single +12V rail" design. Rated at 64 Amps continuous, this trail-blazing approach to +12V rail design ends the need to budget power "across the rails" as is the case with the less effective multi-rail design found in the vast majority of PSUs on the market today.

    Each Turbo-Cool 860 allows the end-user to safely fine-tune the unit’s independently adjustable power rails (+3V and +5V) via two externally accessible pots. In the hands of an experienced user, the +12V rail can be externally fine-tuned as well. Unlike conventional industrial-grade power supplies, the Turbo-Cool 860’s form factor is standard ATX so it will fit all PC towers and cases.

    With a history of over 20 years building long-lasting, investment-grade PSUs, PC Power built the Turbo-Cool 860 using the highest quality components and circuitry to provide the highest MTBF rating on the market. Rated at full load, 40C, the 860 features a 200,000 hour MTBF, a lifespan at least double the industry norm.

    "The Turbo-Cool 860 is the most stable, most reliable, and most feature-rich power supply on the market today,” stated Doug Dodson, founder of PC Power & Cooling and CTO of Power Management for OCZ. "It’s the perfect successor to our renowned Turbo-Cool 510, the industry’s very first NVIDIA SLI certified power supply.”

    As the leading graphics platform in the world, NVIDIA SLI certification to the highest level is an essential characteristic of a maximum-performance power supply. The Turbo-Cool 860 is SLI certified by NVIDIA to run Dual GeForce® 8800 Ultra, the highest configuration currently available. NVIDIA’s power supply qualification test is the most rigorous of its kind and end-users cannot expect a power supply without official SLI certification to reliably run an SLI system. Consumers can rest assured that the Turbo-Cool 860 will provide stable, well distributed, certified power to today’s most power hungry platforms and beyond.

    Delivering 860 watts of continuous power with a 930 Watts peak through a complete array of connectors including four PCI-E (Two 6-pin and two 6/8-pin), the Turbo-Cool 860 offers the industry's most powerful yet versatile power supply design on the market. The Turbo-Cool 860 is backed by a new 7-Year warranty commitment and the in-depth knowledge of PC Power & Cooling technical support. Each unit will ship with its own unique 14-point Certified Test Report generated at the PC Power & Cooling facility in Carlsbad, California.

    For more information on the PC Power & Cooling Turbo-Cool 860, please click here.

    Source: OCZ Technology
     
  2. Random Murderer

    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    wtf? does this mean ocz bought up pcp&c?
     
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    ooh how much for one of these?
     
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    ocz has owned pp&c for a while now, and im looking forward to seeing more quality psu's on the market :)
     
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    gotta love the 7 year warranty!!
     
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    No doubt! With my quad silencer I can really push the crap out of my system!
     
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    hmmm

    Any chance the GamerXtreme has adjustable rails inside? My 12V is drooping to 10.9V, pondering shipping it in for an RMA.

    Wonder how much this 860 will cost?
     
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    Damn nice looking psu.my prayers been answered
     

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