Tuesday, May 12th 2020

ADATA Intros XPG Core Reactor PSU Series

ADATA introduced the XPG Core Reactor line of gaming PC power supplies, which it unveiled at the 2020 CES, marking its entry to the PSU market. The first XPG Core Reactor model to market is the CR650, a 650-Watt model that offers fully modular cabling, a single +12V rail design with 80 Plus Gold certified efficiency, DC-to-DC switching, and a wide range of electrical protection mechanisms against surge and in-rush, over/under-volage, overload/no-load, short-circuit, and overheat. The CR650 provides four PCIe 6+2 pin cables, two 4+4 pin EPS, nine SATA power, and three Molex, besides the 24-pin ATX. It is backed by a 10-year warranty and is expected to be priced at USD $90.
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3 Comments on ADATA Intros XPG Core Reactor PSU Series

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Caring1
I'll give it a miss this time until they improve efficiency, I don't want a Core Reactor going Nuclear in my system.
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crazyeyesreaper
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Caring1
I'll give it a miss this time until they improve efficiency, I don't want a Core Reactor going Nuclear in my system.
Depending on who the OEM is does it really matter the difference between Gold and Platinum and Titanium is peanuts for actual cost and in all honesty a higher 80+ rating doesn't magically mean its a better PSU anyway.
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killferd
crazyeyesreaper
Depending on who the OEM is does it really matter the difference between Gold and Platinum and Titanium is peanuts for actual cost and in all honesty a higher 80+ rating doesn't magically mean its a better PSU anyway.
Nailed it.
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