Wednesday, June 10th 2020

DeepCool GamerStorm DQ-M V2L Series Full-Modular PSUs Pictured

DeepCool is expanding its GamerStorm brand of power supplies with the new upper-mainstream DQ-M V2L line. These PSUs come in capacities of 650 W (DQ650-M-V2L), 750 W (DQ750-M-V2L), and 850 W (DQ-850M-V2L) models, offering 80 Plus Gold efficiency, and full-modular cabling. Under the hood, these feature APFC, DC-to-DC switching, 2-stage EM filter, 100% Japanese capacitors, and unified single +12 V rails, as opposed to the application-specific split rail design of the original DQ-M series. Most common electrical protections, against over/under voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit, are provided.

While the original DQ-M had +12 V rails dedicated to each of the connectors, the new DQ-M V2L series feature a more conventional single +12 V rail design. All three variants offer one 24-pin ATX, two 4+4 pin EPS, and four 6+2 pin PCIe power connectors. The 650 W and 750 W variants offer 7 SATA power, while the 850 W variant offers 10. A 120 mm fluid-dynamic bearing fan is used for cooling on all three models. DeepCool is backing these PSUs with 10-year warranties. All cables, including the 24-pin, are flat, ribbon-type. The company didn't reveal pricing information, but is expected to formally launch the three on July 14, Stateside.
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6 Comments on DeepCool GamerStorm DQ-M V2L Series Full-Modular PSUs Pictured

#1
claster17
Which PSU platform is this based on?
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#2
Raven Rampkin
Probably the same CWT GPU as before.
Because I see no difference from the models under the same name which have been around since 2018 at the very least :D
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#3
MEC-777
These have been out for a while now. Running the DQ650M in my system. Nice high-quality units, btw.
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#4
MMIXII
claster17
Which PSU platform is this based on?
CWT GPX
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#5
btarunr
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Based on new info and new images, the post is significantly updated.
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MEC-777
btarunr
Based on new info and new images, the post is significantly updated.
Yeah, just noticed that. Can't delete or edit my previous reply.
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