Wednesday, April 15th 2020

Sharkoon Announces SHP Bronze Series Power Supplies

Sharkoon Technologies is an international supplier of PC components and peripherals, offering performance at a reasonable price. They now widen their range of power supplies and introduce the cost-efficient SHP Bronze. This 80 PLUS Bronze certified, ATX form factor power supply is available in two performance classes and is ideal for beginners and system integrators alike, due to its unobtrusive design and excellent price-performance ratio.

The Sharkoon SHP power supply series has always captivated with its cost-effective power supply models which are suitable for a variety of systems - from office PCs to discreet gaming computers. The SHP Bronze is no exception and is therefore available in two performance classes: one with 500 watts output and another with 600 watts output. Both models have an energy efficiency of up to 85 percent and have been awarded the 80 PLUS Bronze certificate. The standard built-in connections also include an 8-pin and a 4+4-pin CPU connector, which can also be used to supply sufficient power to high performance systems. A quiet, yet strong, 120 millimeter fan ensures continuous cooling.
Easy to Integrate, High Quality Design
The SHP Bronze is deliberately outfitted in an inconspicuous, completely black design including a black fan grill and black textile-sheathed cables. Thanks to this modern, high performance design, it can be integrated into existing systems as well as office PCs or gaming computers.

Price and Availability
The Sharkoon SHP Bronze is available in two performance classes. The 500 watt model is offered at a suggested retail price of 44.90 euros; the 600 watt model at a retail price of 49.90 euros.

For more information, visit the product page.
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6 Comments on Sharkoon Announces SHP Bronze Series Power Supplies

#1
ZoneDymo
80+ bronze in 2020.... come on sharkoon
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#2
Assimilator
Yeah, please can TPU not publish press releases for anything below Gold efficiency?
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#3
-The_Mask-
It's not about the 80PLUS certification. That doesn't tells you anything about the quality, performance or compatibility. It isn't even a good certification for efficiency, as a 80PLUS Bronze PSU can easily be more efficient then a 80PLUS Gold PSU because of many different reasons.

The problem is that this isn't even a ATX 2.4 power supply. An ATX 2.4 PSU is something you want to use if you have a Haswell based or newer PC. Currently ATX 2.5 power supplies are getting more and more available, but this is still a ATX 2.32 power supply.
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Solid State Soul ( SSS )
-The_Mask-
The problem is that this isn't even a ATX 2.4 power supply. An ATX 2.4 PSU is something you want to use if you have a Haswell based or newer PC. Currently ATX 2.5 power supplies are getting more and more available, but this is still a ATX 2.32 power supply.
What if i kept my ATX 2.32 PSU to be used in future builds, would that be cause for concern ?

You see some people using their power supplies up 7 or 10 years even.
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ObiFrost
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Yeah, please can TPU not publish press releases for anything below Gold efficiency?
Yeah, please can you stop being naive and understand you're not the center of manufacturing companies "wish list"? While it's a pointless rebrand, with no value contributed towards competition, when Gold units will hit affordable price ranges then we can talk. I ain't spending more than $55 on a unit and neither other millions of users.
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-The_Mask-
Solid State Soul ( SSS )
What if i kept my ATX 2.32 PSU to be used in future builds, would that be cause for concern ?
That depends on many things. A lot more information is needed to answer that. For example the build your gonna use it for. But also of course which PSU you have. Some ATX 2.32 power supplies are actually ATX 2.4 but because they came out before ATX2.4 existed and specs weren't updated it's still called an ATX 2.32 PSU.
You see some people using their power supplies up 7 or 10 years even.
If you have a good power supply that shouldn't be any problem. The problem is the use of lower quality and lower performance PSU's that long.
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