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Topower Computer Introduces PowerBird 1100W Special Edition PSU

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  1. btarunr

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    Topower Computer, a worldwide leader in innovative, high performance, and high reliability power supply, today unveiled the Award-Winning Special Edition PowerBird 1100W power supply with aluminum carry case for high-powered gaming systems and workstations.

    Designed to offer the consumer market an industrial-grade computer power supply with state-of-the-art designs, the PowerBird is the ultimate power solution for those users that require an ultra-efficient, highly reliable, high-wattage, multiple graphics cards solution for their leading-edge gaming machine.

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    The Special Edition PowerBird 1100W is well packaged and protected in an aluminum carrying case. With convenience in mind, the aluminum carrying case is designed providing storage for unused cables, tools, screws, and anything for tweaking your system. MSRP at $239, it is to reward users with extra value in the coming holiday season! The price on the PowerBird is designed to be the least expensive 1000W modular power supplies in the industry.

    PowerBird PSU features fully modularized cable management that gives the greatest freedom of cable routing and customization. All cables are sleeved. Maximum efficiency 87% is one of the greenest high-wattage power supplies available in market. Six +12V rails ensures great safety and stable current that evenly distributed to graphics cards, processors, and the rest components.

    The PowerBird Special Edition will be available in 900W and 1100W configurations, delivering up to 1.1KW of continuous power through a complete array of connectors including six 6pin and (6+2)pin PCI-E and two 8pin processor connectors. These PSUs are kept extremely cool and silent with a large 120mm fan and feature a standard ATX power supply form factor.

    Topower Computer was established in 1986 as a manufacturer of switching type power supplies. With more than 160 worldwide patents, we are committed to deliver the most advanced and innovative power technology to consumers, system integrators, and corporations.

    The PowerBird should be readily available at NCIX and Newegg. The PowerBird power supply can also be found inside of the HP/Voodoo BlackBird. More information can be found here.

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  2. Mussels

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    its so special it comes in a damned suitcase!
     
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    Me Likey the Design and the Damned Suitcase.. !!!! :D
     
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    :roll: @ the suitcase!

    I questioned the usefulness of it until I read the part about storing unused cables. That is definitely something people would like, although I think a regular cardboard box would do just fine for storing cables :ohwell:
     
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    What is the high end future GPU's power connectors ? 8pin+8pin ?
     
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    It's actually not bad looking, lol @ the suitcase too. However I could find allot of uses for it I'm sure.
     
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    I like the Top Power (or epower) tiger series. That form of modularity reminds me of huge power cords plugging into transit chambers or something like that. Those performed well. I suspect these will as well.
     

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