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Scythe Unveils Gouriki 4 Series PSUs

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Sep 28, 2012.

  1. btarunr

    btarunr Editor & Senior Moderator Staff Member

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    Scythe Japan unveiled the Gouriki 4 series PSUs. Available in modular (Gouriki4-P) and non-modular (Gouriki4) variants, the series includes 500W, 600W, and 700W models. The PSUs are 80 Plus Bronze-certified, and pack most common protection features. Common to all models is a dual 12V rail design. The 500W model uses two 20A rails, the 600W model uses 35A + 25A rails, while the 700W model uses 55A and 25A rails.

    The 500W model has sufficient cabling for a performance single graphics card build; the 600W for a mid-range dual-GPU build, while the 700W is fit for a high-end dual-GPU build. Built with Japan-made components, the PSUs use 140 mm temperature-controlled fans, which are designed to be quiet. The new PSUs are slated for October 17.

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  2. Frick

    Frick Fishfaced Nincompoop

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    The old Scythes was pretty cheap, I hope these are too.
  3. St.Alia-Of-The-Knife New Member

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    55A + 25A for the 12v on the 700w
    is that legit?
  4. cdawall

    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    Max load is 660w on that rail so yes and no. Means the OCP is likely to be set at 55A on one rail and 25A on the other. If I had to bet ones set of 6/8's on the 25A along with all of the peripherals while the mobo and second 6/8pins is on the 55A. Idea is it should never fully draw the rail.


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