Sunday, February 1st 2015

Super Flower Announces World's First 2000W Consumer PSU

Announcing the world's first consumer 2000W power supply unit on the market. Super Flower and Ian '8Pack' Parry have collaborated to produce an extreme PSU that can handle 4-Way SLI and 4-Way CrossfireX with ease, and with efficiency levels of up to 94%. Offering extreme power without compromises, the 8Pack way.

8Pack is the world's number one overclocker, with several hundred records broken and many competitions smashed, he is known for benching high end hardware, from processors to graphics cards, and also his ultra high-end systems range exclusive to Caseking Group.
8Pack draws huge amounts of power when benching and a powerful power supply is highly important. Multi Award winning Super Flower power supplies are renowned for being extremely reliable and stable, together with the knowledge of 8Pack, they have developed a unit that is the highest wattage power supply on the market with a platinum rated efficiency.

One of 8Pack's signature systems, the 8Pack Supernova has been updated with the addition of new 2000W Super Flower power supply.

A fully modular design, with an 140 mm DBB fan in conjunction with an ECO intelligent thermal control system, full Japanese 105°C capacitors, and a single rail design all covered with a 5 year warranty.

Features
  • 100% Full Modular Cabling Design For Easy Cable Management
  • 80 PLUS Platinum Certified, 92% 94% 90% Efficiency At 20% 50% 100% Rated Load
  • Full Range Auto Voltage Detection Design 100V~240V (Active PFC)
  • Comply With Energy Star Standard & EuP (Energy Using Products) Regulation
  • Over Voltage Protection / Over Current Protection / Over Power Protection / Short Circuit Protection / Under Voltage Protection
  • Support All Intel/AMD Multi-Core CPU & ATX/BTX Compatible Motherboards
  • Support NVIDIA SLI & ATI CrossFireX High Performance Graphic Card
  • More than 2,000 times On/Off test
  • Unleaded Green Materials with RoHS/WEEE Compliance
  • Perfect For Professional & High Performance Gaming System
Specifications
  • Dimensions: 150 x 86 x 220 mm (W x H x D)
  • Fan: 140 mm DBB(automatic control)
  • Colour: Black (power supply, fan)
  • Fully Modular Design
  • Efficiency: max. 94% (230V), 80 Plus Platinum certificate
  • Form Factor: ATX12V 2.2 / EPS12V 2.92
  • Power: 2000W
  • Active PFC
  • 3.3V: 24 A
  • + 5V: 24 A
  • + 3.3V & + 5V combined: 120 W
  • + 12V: 1999.2 W / 166.6 A
  • -12V: 6 W / 0.5 A
  • + 5VSB: 15 W / 3.0 A
  • Safety: cTUVus/TUV/CB/CE/FCC/C-Tick/BSMI/RoHS/CCC
  • Partcode: SF-2000F14HP
Connectors
  • 1 x 20+4-Pin ATX12V/EPS12V
  • 1 x 8-Pin EPS12V
  • 1 x 4+4-Pin ATX12V/EPS12V
  • 9 x 6+2-Pin-PCIe
  • 5 x 6-pin PCIe
  • 18 x SATA
  • 5 x 4-Pin-Molex
  • 2 x Floppy
  • 5 Year Warranty
The new 8Pack 2000W Super Flower power supplies will be available from Caseking for 369,90 EUR.
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51 Comments on Super Flower Announces World's First 2000W Consumer PSU

#2
HumanSmoke
Something to get excited about in the lands serviced by 230VAC.
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#3
damric
166.6A

Thant's a lot of current carrying ability

:rockout:
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#4
lZKoce
Definitely not my cup of tea. Like, when in my life I am ever gonna need 2kW of power to run my PC? Charge my car battery more likely. Bitching aside, I guess there are people out there that DO need this kind of PSU, I just ain't one of them.
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#6
R-T-B
HumanSmoke
Something to get excited about in the lands serviced by 230VAC.
Indeed. Something inside me can't wait for the ever-present complaints that this product is "crap" because their US outlet won't deliver the full 2000W. It always happens.
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#7
night.fox
btarunr
Connectors
  • 2 x Floppy
The new 8Pack 2000W Super Flower power supplies will be available from Caseking for 369,90 EUR.
funny. who is using floppy connector?

anyway, me want one. but I need to sell my ax1500i first :D
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#8
Aquinus
Resident Wat-man
I barely use half of my entire 1000w Seasonic Platinum. I don't think I need a PSU twice the size.
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#9
64K
I'm sure there is a market for this but I can't think of any way that I would be able to make use of that much juice. I don't think four R9 290X in QuadFire would need that many amps.
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#10
Caring1
It would suit a home mining rig with a few Asics hooked up.
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#11
buildzoid
64K
I'm sure there is a market for this but I can't think of any way that I would be able to make use of that much juice. I don't think four R9 290X in QuadFire would need that many amps.
All the quadfire 290X Unigine Heaven high scores use 2 1000+W PSUs. So yes there is a use. Also the R9 380X will apparently have a 300W TDP so those would also benefit.

You know above 850W I like PSUs with multiple rails because to trip the 12V OCP on units like this one you would need a short with an electrical resistance of less than 0.075 ohms. So you could easily run this thing shorted without OCP kicking in and cause a fire or you could use it to arc weld.
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#12
lastcalaveras
I wonder if you can rig it to power 2 maybe upto 4 machines at a time?
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#13
Caring1
lastcalaveras
I wonder if you can rig it to power 2 maybe upto 4 machines at a time?
If you could get a splitter (one to two) for the 24 pin cable then it could be possible, there are two 8 pin outlets for CPU's and enough PCI-e and SATA connectors.
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#14
Uplink10
Caring1
It would suit a home mining rig with a few Asics hooked up.
Asic`s use much less energy than GPU`s I think you will have trouble finding place for asic`s if they were all connected to this psu.
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#15
R-T-B
Uplink10
Asic`s use much less energy than GPU`s I think you will have trouble finding place for asic`s if they were all connected to this psu.
Per chip. There are ASIC rigs that consume way more than any gpu.
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#16
Jorge
These are just for bragging rights as no one actually needs a 2000w PSU.
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#17
TheDeeGee
night.fox
funny. who is using floppy connector?

anyway, me want one. but I need to sell my ax1500i first :D
I do, on my Scythe Kaze Master Pro 5,25".

Jorge
These are just for bragging rights as no one actually needs a 2000w PSU.
Specialy not since CPUs and GPUs get lower TDP. Not to mention SSDs.
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#19
newtekie1
Semi-Retired Folder
Sorry Super Flower, but this isn't the first 2000w consumer power supply. You're about 6 years too late...
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#20
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
so tell me, if pcs are getting more energy efficient why do we have over 500 watt PSUs then?
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#22
xfia
haha good show
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#23
bogami
Nice power.Nice officiency . More mosfets on 1600 Titanium model ,version i guess .but I do not like how and what types of mosfets are used . Cooling areas do not have, and look like stickers that will be difficult to withstand 10 years of operation in dust .I would opt for a different mosfets..
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#24
CrAsHnBuRnXp
night.fox
funny. who is using floppy connector?

anyway, me want one. but I need to sell my ax1500i first :D
Better question is who is building an ultra high end desktop and using a floppy drive?
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#25
rtwjunkie
PC Gaming Enthusiast
R-T-B
Indeed. Something inside me can't wait for the ever-present complaints that this product is "crap" because their US outlet won't deliver the full 2000W. It always happens.
In the U.S. aren't 1,500w PSU's very near the maximum wattage output from the wall?
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