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SilverStone Displays Zeus Series 1350W Modular PSU

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  1. btarunr

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    SilverStone showed off a new high-Wattage PSU under its new Zeus "industrial class" series, the Zeus 1350W (model number ZM1350). The Zeus 1350W relies on a single massive 105A +12V rail design. Measuring 150 x 86 x 233 mm (WxHxD), this box is longer than usual. It is ventilated by a single 80 mm fan. Already 'sounding' scary? Its noise output levels are rated to be 21~40 dBA. This PSU is completely modular, and looking at its connectors on the main unit, we can guess its connector loadout to include a 24-pin ATX connector, two 8-pin EPS connectors, about 10 PCIe power connectors, and various SATA/peripheral connectors. The Zeus 1350W is 80 Plus Silver certified. Expect an uppish (not lavish) pricing with this one.

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    How long is that thing....?? :eek::eek:
     
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    D-223mm H-86mm W-150mm Pretty long.

    I see 1x24pin 4x6pin 2x8pin all black and 6x 8pin blue.
     
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    Thats what she said.
     
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    lol Zeus?! Does it also steal banking information?
     

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