Monday, July 16th 2018

Gigabyte Launches AORUS P850W and P750W Power Supplies

Gigabyte today announced the release of AORUS P850W and P750W, the first PC power supplies (PSUs) from its premium AORUS brand. The new P850W and P750W bring up 80 PLUS Gold power efficiency silent operation, as well as modular customization, and enhanced durability.

80 PLUS Gold certified the AORUS PSU delivers superior electrical performance at a minimum of 90% energy efficiency, ensuring power waste is kept at a minimum. With less heat and reduced fan noise, gamers with AORUS PSUs can enjoy cool and quiet gaming environment. With optimal support for Intel Haswell processors, the power supply is also ideal for achieving reduced energy. Using 100% Japanese capacitors and premium internal components throughout the design, the AORUS PSU provides users with extended product reliability and lifespan.
The single +12V rail ensures the best power output with stability for the hardware, making this power supply ideal for overclocking. The 135mm temperature-controlled smart fan is automatically adjusted according to the actual power usage so even when the power usage is lower than 20%, the fan will automatically activate the stop function to ensure energy saving and stable power supply. The fan uses an ultra-durable double ball bearing design, which offers prolonged product life over 50,000 hours.
AORUS P850W and P750W power supplies not only have built-in OVP/OPP/SCP/UVP/OCP/OTP circuit protection designs but have also undergone rigorous testing of various safety regulations in various countries. AORUS PSUs provide the most stable and abundant supply of power for the system and protect various devices inside the computer to ensure users have a more stable and high quality experience. AORUS P850W and P750W both come with a 10 Year warranty and will be available soon on the market.
Sources: AORUS, via Guru 3D
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17 Comments on Gigabyte Launches AORUS P850W and P750W Power Supplies

#1
Arjai
So, who makes this one? Is it true, still, that there are only 3 PSU manufacturers? IDK, anymore.

:lovetpu:
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#2
dirtyferret
Arjai, post: 3871474, member: 104448"
So, who makes this one? Is it true, still, that there are only 3 PSU manufacturers? IDK, anymore.

:lovetpu:
I believe they are CWT units, most likely one of the corsair platforms.
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#3
oxidized
Arjai, post: 3871474, member: 104448"
So, who makes this one? Is it true, still, that there are only 3 PSU manufacturers? IDK, anymore.

:lovetpu:
It's true, and just few of them are good, rest is meh to trash
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#4
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
oxidized, post: 3871537, member: 170038"
It's true, and just few of them are good, rest is meh to trash
That's why they come with
both come with a 10 Year warranty
The Best and most Reliable Industry Warranty:eek::roll::roll:
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#5
MMIXII
Arjai, post: 3871474, member: 104448"
So, who makes this one? Is it true, still, that there are only 3 PSU manufacturers? IDK, anymore.

:lovetpu:
Xiamen Metrotec Electronic Industry Co , LTD

The factory address is on the power supply label.
Similarly to Gigabyte PB500 (GP-PB500)


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#6
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
MMIXII, post: 3871564, member: 152731"
Xiamen Metrotec Electronic Indrustry Co , LTD

The factory address is on the power supply label.
Similarly to Gigabyte PB500 (GP-PB500)



Doesnt sound very confident...
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#7
oxidized
dorsetknob, post: 3871538, member: 8331"
That's why they come with
The Best and most Reliable Industry Warranty:eek::roll::roll:
??
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#8
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
oxidized, post: 3871575, member: 170038"
??
It means they cannot possibly be trash if they come with a 10 year warranty. Heck, my fantastic Corsair HX850 v1 PSU from 2009 "only" came with a 7 year warranty. It's still going strong btw. :cool:
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#9
oxidized
qubit, post: 3871613, member: 46003"
It means they cannot possibly be trash if they come with a 10 year warranty. Heck, my fantastic Corsair HX850 v1 PSU from 2009 "only" came with a 7 year warranty. It's still going strong btw. :cool:
And where exactly have i said these PSUs are trash? I was referring to part of the actual manufacturers of PSUs, not in particular to these, besides i also had a corsair, a HX620, one day it decided to blow up (while nobody was using my pc), 5 years warranty! Yeah more like 1 and a half.
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#10
R-T-B
Arjai, post: 3871474, member: 104448"
that there are only 3 PSU manufacturers? IDK, anymore.
There never has been only 3. There might have been a brief time where only 3 were worth considering though.
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#11
ironcerealbox
Minus half of a point for caps on major power cables! If it gets reviewed by Jonny, that is. ^_^
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#12
qubit
Overclocked quantum bit
oxidized, post: 3871653, member: 170038"
And where exactly have i said these PSUs are trash? I was referring to part of the actual manufacturers of PSUs, not in particular to these, besides i also had a corsair, a HX620, one day it decided to blow up (while nobody was using my pc), 5 years warranty! Yeah more like 1 and a half.
Simply replying with a double question mark is bit vague, don't you think? It looks like you didn't understand what the other person said, so I therefore replied within context.
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#13
dorsetknob
"YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"
Gigabyte would not in a commercial sense offer a 10 year warranty if they thought that the Vast majority of those units would fail to last for 10 years
However gigabyte's Reputation with regard to product RMA under warranty is Currently Dubious
hense the Sarcastic
dorsetknob, post: 3871538, member: 8331"
The Best and most Reliable Industry Warranty:eek::roll::roll:
Probably the implied sarcasm slid by you :)
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#14
oxidized
qubit, post: 3871772, member: 46003"
Simply replying with a double question mark is bit vague, don't you think? It looks like you didn't understand what the other person said, so I therefore replied within context.
I wasn't sure of the exact meaning of such post, that's why i replied with a double q mark

dorsetknob, post: 3871780, member: 8331"
Gigabyte would not in a commercial sense offer a 10 year warranty if they thought that the Vast majority of those units would fail to last for 10 years
However gigabyte's Reputation with regard to product RMA under warranty is Currently Dubious
hense the Sarcastic


Probably the implied sarcasm slid by you :)
Yeah ok, i got that part, but why quote my message tho, what's it got to do with this?
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#15
Chloe Price
ironcerealbox, post: 3871713, member: 157944"
Minus half of a point for caps on major power cables! If it gets reviewed by Jonny, that is. ^_^
I don't understand why they are mentioned as a con in jonnyguru.
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#16
ironcerealbox
Chloe Price, post: 3871830, member: 123719"
I don't understand why they are mentioned as a con in jonnyguru.
Mainly due to annoyance and trying to get better scores on reviews due to better voltage ripple. Those kinds of cables might come into play on tight bends as it is annoying having caps near the connectors and all kinds of hell plays out.
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#17
dirtyferret
MMIXII, post: 3871564, member: 152731"
Xiamen Metrotec Electronic Industry Co , LTD

The factory address is on the power supply label.
Similarly to Gigabyte PB500 (GP-PB500)
Would not the first time an OEM sub contracts a platform, Superflower and Seasonic both do it and no one ever gives them crap for it.
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