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TURBO – Chieftec’s newest dynamic power supply series

Discussion in 'News' started by Darksaber, Jul 12, 2007.

  1. Darksaber

    Darksaber W1zzard's Sidekick Staff Member

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    With the new TURBO series recently introduced at the Computex, CHIEFTEC further extends its focus on high-quality and efficient power supply units. As can not to be otherwise expected, the TURBO power supply unit complies not only with the today's requirements of a quiet and high performance power supply, but have beyond that, the desired 80plus seal.
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    A modern “cable management” ensures that the inside of the chassis is always cleared up which inturn guarantees a more efficient air-flow, since only the cables are attached, which are really needed.

    The TURBO series will be available in three performance classes: 650W, 750W as well as 850W. All TURBO power supply units are ATX 2,2 compliant and are thus predestined for both the am-bitious Gamer, and for high-end server solutions.

    As a special “bonus” the CFT-850-14C is, apart from four PCIe connectors, also equipped with two trend-setting PCIe 8pin connectors and thereby allows for the implementation of the latest new-generation graphic cards. A large 140mm cooling fan, even performing under full load is silent.

    Technically the “blue force miracles” of the TURBO series captivate by their solid processing and the almost noiseless operation. The TURBO power supplies are delivered in an enduser-friendly retail package.

    The Specifications
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    Source: Chieftec
     
  2. breakfromyou New Member

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    Active PFC I hope?
     
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    look nice on paper how much £ ? 650w would do me for a long time to come anyway
     
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    Really? I have 700W and I'm worried it's not going to be enough for the next time I upgrade (Video Card).
     
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    Get a Kill-A-Watt and see how much power you actually need. Most of the time it's far less than expected.
     
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    you could happily run a quad core and 8800gtx with that psu, as long as its a decent make, 40a on +12v is fine

    our specs are quite similar and my psu handles my rig with ease all my voltages are like .03+ all the time
     
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    Im a little hesistant on TURBO Psus. Anyone know who manufactures them?
     

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