Sunday, January 28th 2018

XFX Intros XTi-1000W 80 Plus Titanium Power Supply

XFX today debuted the XTi line of high-end power-supplies, with a 1000-Watt model, the XTi-1000. These PSUs boast of fully-modular cabling, a low-noise fan profile, and 80 Plus Titanium efficiency. The PSU offers enough juice and straws for a high-end gaming desktop with 3-4 graphics cards. Under the hood, is a single +12V rail design, 100% Japanese capacitors, APFC, and most common electrical protections (against surges, over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit). A 135 mm fluid-dynamic bearing fan is used to keep the unit cool.

Connectors of the XFX XTi-1000 include a 24-pin ATX, two 8-pin EPS (from which one splits to 4+4 pin), eight 8-pin PCIe (each split to 6+2 pin PCIe), ten SATA power connectors, six Molex, and one Berg. The fan is programmed to stay off (0 dBA) when the load is under 25 percent, and stay in "Quiet Mode" (16 dBA) between 25 to 50 percent load, and only then ramp up to max speed somewhat linearly with load. It's been tested to support low-power states of the latest AMD Ryzen and Intel Core processors. The unit is backed by a 5-year warranty.
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8 Comments on XFX Intros XTi-1000W 80 Plus Titanium Power Supply

#1
DeathtoGnomes
People will still submit support tickets from day 1
"My PSU Fan wont come on and when it does its very slow.."

You know it will happen.
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#2
ensabrenoir
the return of the kijillion watt psu's......manufacturers are happy.
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#3
cdawall
where the hell are my stars
ensabrenoir, post: 3790741, member: 83675"
the return of the kijillion watt psu's......manufacturers are happy.
This is only a 1000W unit...That isn't horribly abnormal for an enthusiast build. I have topped out my 1200w more than once with my current setup.
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Rivage
Assimilator, post: 3790779, member: 7058"
So who's the OEM?
Seasonic. As always it was since the 1st XFX PSU back in the 2009 till today. And it's really nice that XFX never go for cheaper Chinese OEM's, like many other brands.
http://www.orionpsudb.com/news/xfx-will-rebrand-seasonics-flagship-prime-titaniumplatinumgold-line-as-the-xfx-xti-xts2-and-xtr2-series
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page625.htm

Animalpak, post: 3790762, member: 48798"
Wow XFX still survived ?
With the best PSU's on the market? Is not that hard to survive. Seasonic platform for the reasonable price by XFX. They are sold very well. Quick. Few years ago I barely managed to buy XTR 1250W (gold), was the last one at the store's warehouse! And in the end of last year I happily upgraded to XTS2 1000W (platinum). But today, just few months after, you can't buy it anymore, all sold.
XFX Radeon cards, also, make great profit for the XFX company. - Miners.
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#7
jabbadap
Rivage, post: 3790788, member: 100153"
Seasonic. As always it was since the 1st XFX PSU back in the 2009 till today. And it's really nice that XFX never go for cheaper Chinese OEM's, like many other brands.
http://www.orionpsudb.com/news/xfx-will-rebrand-seasonics-flagship-prime-titaniumplatinumgold-line-as-the-xfx-xti-xts2-and-xtr2-series
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page625.htm


With the best PSU's on the market? Is not that hard to survive. Seasonic platform for the reasonable price by XFX. They are sold very well. Quick. Few years ago I barely managed to buy XTR 1250W (gold), was the last one at the store's warehouse! And in the end of last year I happily upgraded to XTS2 1000W (platinum). But today, just few months after, you can't buy it anymore, all sold.
XFX Radeon cards, also, make great profit for the XFX company. - Miners.
Huh that news is from 2016. But yeah I would love to see Seasonic prime platform psus coming from xfx too. Though I got quite burned with my old bronze xfx 450W core edition V2 (crappy chinse caps on secondary, although package says all Japanese 105°C capacitors, which V1 had).
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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
jabbadap, post: 3790905, member: 148195"
Huh that news is from 2016. But yeah I would love to see Seasonic prime platform psus coming from xfx too. Though I got quite burned with my old bronze xfx 450W core edition V2 (crappy chinse caps on secondary, although package says all Japanese 105°C capacitors, which V1 had).
Sounds like the multiple revisions of Gigabyte mobos go through and with each newer revision they use cheaper components.
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