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be quiet! Introduces the SFX Power 2 and TFX Power 2 PSUs

be quiet!, market leader of power supplies in Germany for eight consecutive years, announces the new SFX Power 2 and TFX Power 2 power supplies, which are suited for high-performance yet compact systems because of the optimized technology based on two strong 12-volt-rails. The German market leader sets great value upon a high efficiency: The TFX Power 2 reaches up to 91 percent, which conforms the 80PLUS Gold standard. In addition be quiet! significantly improved the cooling performance compared to the successful predecessor models.

Small form factor for space-saving systems
The latest power supplies from be quiet! conform the space-saving SFX and TFX format and efficiently provide power for high-performance systems. Despite the small dimensions the models SFX Power 2 and TFX Power 2 are equipped with sleeved cables in a length of 35 to 50 (SFX) or to 65 centimeters (TFX) and with more than enough ports to power a modern Mini-ITX system. This includes the implementation of a graphics card, due to the fact, that compact power supplies from be quiet! have a 6+2 pin PCIe connector (6 pin via Adapter for TFX) - natively or via adapter. With this features it is an easy job to build a potent Haswell-based Mini-PC with dedicated GPU.

In Win Launches Its 901 Mini-ITX PC Chassis

In Win Development Inc., a leading innovator in PC design and multiple winner of the internationally renowned red-dot Design Award, has today announced its new 901 premium mini-ITX PC chassis.

Precision Craftsmanship with No Compromise
Approaching the growing mini-ITX market with a new, premium design, the 901 features a stunning, minimalist exterior made from a single piece of 4 mm curved, hairline brushed aluminum with tinted, tempered glass panel sides. In essence, the In Win 901 is a no compromise design made with precision craftsmanship.

EVGA Rolls Out SuperNova 750 G2 and 850 G2 Power Supplies

At CES, EVGA unveiled two additions to its SuperNova line of 80 Plus Gold-compliant modular PSUs, the 750 G2 and 850 G2. Both units are based on a common platform, with a single +12V rail design. The 750 G2 has enough juice for dual- graphics card gaming rigs, while with the 850 G2, you could squeeze in a third card. Both units feature fully modular cabling, including modular 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS connectors. Both rely on large 140 mm spinners to stay cool. EVGA is expected to launch both a little later this year.

Corsair Unveils the AX1500i Power Supply

Corsair today announced a new addition to its AX family of power supplies, an enthusiast-grade model named AX1500i. This 1500 W beast of a PSU is claimed to have 94% efficiency at 50% load, and features a fully-modular design, 100% Japanese capacitors, a low-noise 140 mm fluid dynamic bearing fan, DSP-controlled, real-time voltage regulation, Corsair Link support and 8 PCIe power connectors (for quad-GPU configurations).

The AX1500i is backed by a 7-year warranty and is set to arrive in Q2 priced at $449.99.

LEPA GM and BM Series Power Supplies Launch in Europe

After the market launch in 2011, the LEPA brand has successfully established itself in Europe. With proven technologies, durable components and an outstanding price-performance ratio, LEPA products have become increasingly popular in the past years. Now the company presents its third power supply generation: The new GM and BM series provide an advanced cooling system and a high-performance technological design for strong gaming rigs. Special bonus: LEPA delivers the PSUs with the brand-new "Q-Brick" rubber frame.

Both series, GM and BM, comply with the latest standard for desktop power supplies, ATX12V v2.4, and therefore also support the C6/C7 energy-saving modes of the most current Intel Haswell processors.

Enermax Revolution X't Available in the US

Enermax USA launches the brand new REVOLUTION X't power supply series. The series comes with four different wattages providing more available options for advanced users, ranging from 430W, 530W, 630W to 730W; the modular design with 100% flat and flexible cable are used across this whole new series. REVOLUTION X't series is also certified with 80 PLUS Gold and helps meeting the ErP Lot 6 2013 requirements. In addition, the DC-DC ZERO DESIGN allows this series fully supports the latest Intel Haswell CPU.

REVOLUTION X't series is capable of producing a respectable peak 92% efficiency @ 230Vac; and 90% @ 115Vac. The latest 5Vsb design makes over 50% efficiency of 5Vsb under a load of 45mA, helping the PC system to achieve 2013 ErP Lot 6 requirement (<0.5W at standby mode). Additionally, the ZERO LOAD, DC-DC voltage stabilization design allows the Intel Haswell CPU to work under the C6/C7 state while maintaining a stable power output.

DeepCool Rolls Out Quanta DQ-750W Power Supply

DeepCool launched the Quanta DQ-750W performance-segment modular power supply for gaming PC builds. The unit is partially modular, in that its 24-pin ATX and 8-pin EPS connectors are fixed; while all other connectors are detachable. Among the other connectors are four 6+2 pin PCIe, eight SATA, three Molex, and one Berg. All cables, including the ATX and EPS ones, are flat, ribbon-type ones, with no color coding. Under the hood, the Quanta DQ-750W features a single +12V rail rated at 62A. Its innards appear to be built by CWT. All modern PSU features are on offer, including active PFC, 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating, and protection mechanisms. The unit is cooled by a 130 mm temperature-controlled fan. The company didn't reveal pricing or availability details.

EVGA Announces 430 W and 500 W Power Supplies

EVGA today unveiled two new power supplies, one delivering 430 W and one 500 W. Targeting entry level systems, these units have a non-modular design, 80 PLUS certification (up to 80% efficiency), a single, high amperage 12V rail, active PFC, a low-noise 120 mm fan, and over voltage, under voltage, over current, over power, short circuit and over temperature protection.

EVGA's 430 W (100-W1-0430-KR) and 500 W (100-W1-0500-KR) are backed by a three-year warranty and are 'coming soon'.

EVGA Recalls Bad Batches of SuperNova PSUs

EVGA issued a recall notice to a small batch of SuperNova series PSUs, specifically models 1000 G2, 1000 P2, and 1300 G2, after it discovered a manufacturing flaw affecting entire batches. The affected batches went into distribution before October 1st, 2013; so if your unit was bought after that, it's not affected. The defect involves the lack of sufficient insulation material on the thermal pads of certain heatsinks, which could cause the overheat protection to kick in, and the PSU to shut down. EVGA set up a page where you can input the serial number of your unit, to check if it's part of the bad batch. If it is, you can apply for RMA, and the company will freely replace the unit (including shipping), and toss in a free EVGA t-shirt. The support page can be accessed here.

Club 3D Introduces 700 W and 1000 W 80 Plus Gold Power Supplies

Since the early 2000's Club 3D has been best known for our high performance, high quality discrete graphics cards. Over the years however we have expanded our product range with specific enthusiast components like soundcards, TV tuner cards but also accessories like cables and adapters.

In 2011 we have launched a range of high performance Switching Power Supplies capable of powering multiple (high-end) GPUs while being silent and energy efficient at the same time due to their 80-Plus Bronze and Silver certification. As technology advances, the price of electricity rises and consumers become more aware of their carbon footprint, demand grows for more even more energy efficient Switching Power Supplies. So we are proud to announce today our first 80 Plus Gold certified Club 3D Power Supplies, with 700 Watts and 1000 Watts capacity.
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