Tuesday, March 29th 2011

Cooler Master Announces GX Series 450W Power Supply

In a continuous effort to provide a wide array of power supplies that integrate high-grade features into a value-aware package, Cooler Master’s GX Series unveils its GX450W power supply. Casual users and budget gamers alike will enjoy the quality construction and extensive features that make the GX Power Supply Series reliable, efficient, and cost-effective.
Uncompromising Quality
The hallmark of the GX Series of power supplies is that they feature a single, highly robust 12V rail that efficiently and consistently delivers clean power to all of your critical components such as your processor, drives, RAM, motherboard, and graphics cards.

An included double-layer EMI filter, intelligent 120mm controllable fan, and an active PFC/PWM combo controller all contribute to the overall efficiency of the power supply. All of the many features found within the GX Series contribute to its 80 Plus Certification. This efficiency allows the power supply to utilize most of the power it takes in with minimal waste, saving your electric bill. It makes the GX450W a perfect addition to a home theater PC or mid-range computer setup.

The GX Series carries a MSRP of $49.99 and will be available on March 29th.

For more information, visit the product page.
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The product page link doesn't work yet. It should go online in a couple of hours/days.
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Good stuff, plus it meets 80 Plus requirements. I just needed 450W
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This psu is manufactured by Enhance whereas the rest models in the GX line are made by Seventeam. Kitguru had posted a review on the GX450 about a month and a half ago, but the review has been pulled because it was published before the NDA was lifted.

GX450 review on Kitguru:

GX450 review on Hardwaresecrets:
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btarunr said:
The product page link doesn't work yet. It should go online in a couple of hours/days.
its online now.
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