Sunday, January 31st 2021

Huntkey Unleashes Two New Models of PC Power Supply Units

Huntkey, a leading provider of power solutions, unleashes two new models of PC power supply units - the GS700 PRIME and GS800 PRIME. They belong to the same series, but they are designed with different power outputs. The GS700 PRIME's rated power is 600 W and peak power is 700 W; the GS800 PRIME is rated 700 W, with peak power at 800 W. Both of them are 80 Plus Bronze certified, which means they are more energy efficient compared to other PSUs. Equipped with Active Power Factor Correction (APFC), they are capable of supplying more stable and reliable power with lower ripple and noise.
Stable & Reliable Power: Output precision of +5V/+3.3V is well controlled under 3% and even under 1% at typical load, which is far lower than the Industrial Standard 5%, meaning more stable and reliable power will be supplied.

Strong Power Delivery: Output of +12V reaches up to 55 A at the maximum. The stronger power +12V can supply, the better CPU/graphic card will perform.

Low Noise: The 12 cm thermally sensitive fan intelligently controls its rotating speed to lower the sound and heat generation. The LLC topology structure can eliminate electronic noises.

Model: GS700 PRIME

Rated Power: 600 W
Peak Power: 700 W
PFC Type: A-PFC/180 V - 264 V
Topology Structure: LLC+DC-DC
Energy Rating: 80 Plus Bronze (EU)
Cooling Fan: 12 cm Hydraulic Bearing Fan
P(4+4) Length: 70 cm
(20+4)Pin Length: 50 cm
4PIN Connector: 2 Connecters
SATA Connector: 4 Connecters
PCI-E Connector: P(6+2)PIN*2
Size (mm): 140 (L) x 150 (W) x 86 (H)

Model: GS800 PRIME

Rated Power: 700 W
Peak Power: 800 W
PFC Type: A-PFC/180 V - 264 V
Topology Structure: LLC+DC-DC
Energy Rating: 80 Plus Bronze (EU)
Cooling Fan: 12 cm Hydraulic Bearing Fan
P(4+4) Length: 70 cm
(20+4)Pin Length: 50 cm
4PIN Connector: 2 Connecters
SATA Connector: 4 Connecters
PCI-E Connector: P(6+2)PIN*2
Size (mm): 140 (L) x 150 (W) x 86 (H)
Source: Huntkey
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21 Comments on Huntkey Unleashes Two New Models of PC Power Supply Units

#1
DeathtoGnomes
Huntkey, a leading provider of power solutions
Who? where? never heard of them, so they're not leading me anywhere fast.
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#2
ixi
DeathtoGnomes
Who? where? never heard of them, so they're not leading me anywhere fast.
Yup, same. Noname brand.
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#3
Valantar
DeathtoGnomes
Who? where? never heard of them, so they're not leading me anywhere fast.
I always find it hilarious how companies are apparently compelled to start press releases in that way. Is it some kind of oath you have to take upon graduating from marketing school? "I hereby pledge to, regardless of the veracity of this claim, always introduce my employer as 'a leading X of Y products/solutions" in press releases, under pain of death."?
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#4
Caring1
ixi
Yup, same. Noname brand.
They've been around for ages, just not up there with the big boys.
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#5
ExcuseMeWtf
Too bad they aren't full input range...
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#6
LTUGamer
Valantar
I always find it hilarious how companies are apparently compelled to start press releases in that way. Is it some kind of oath you have to take upon graduating from marketing school? "I hereby pledge to, regardless of the veracity of this claim, always introduce my employer as 'a leading X of Y products/solutions" in press releases, under pain of death."?
OCZ wrote that "they are leading" even in their bankruptcy article: www.vortez.net/news_story/ocz_reaches_agreement_with_toshiba_corporation_to_acquire_solid_state_drive_business.html
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#8
dirtyferret
DeathtoGnomes
Who? where? never heard of them, so they're not leading me anywhere fast.
ixi
Yup, same. Noname brand.
They are not no name in that they have been around for three decades and are decent in manufacturing size. The reason you don't hear about them is they tend to specialize in cheap sub par units.
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#9
Valantar
dirtyferret
They are not no name in that they have been around for three decades and are decent in manufacturing size. The reason you don't hear about them is they tend to specialize in cheap sub par units.
That's not quite what no-name means - history or longevity doesn't affect that designation, it's literally a term designating a lack of name recognition. While it does imply being small and unimportant, it would also apply to a lot of non-public-facing businesses. But it definitely applies here.
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#10
P4-630
No mention about any warranty lol....
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#11
dirtyferret
Valantar
That's not quite what no-name means - history or longevity doesn't affect that designation, it's literally a term designating a lack of name recognition. While it does imply being small and unimportant, it would also apply to a lot of non-public-facing businesses. But it definitely applies here.
they may not be known on the consumer side (but most of the companies that make computer parts are not well known names) but they are known on the manufacturing side
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#13
budget_Optiplex
Just a quick note that HuntKey PSUs have been used by Lenovo for years, and in my experience they seem reliable in these OEM type PCs.
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#14
DeathtoGnomes
budget_Optiplex
Just a quick note that HuntKey PSUs have been used by Lenovo for years, and in my experience they seem reliable in these OEM type PCs.
Lenovo is known for laptops not PCs.

Its as @Valantar says, name recognition matters to consumers in a different way than it matters to a manufacturer. As far as I am concerned, and to put it bluntly, their PSUs might be ok for OEM distribution but they're crap to me at this point in time. The failure rate of off-brand hardware is too high to put any faith in such a company or its products. If these PSU's turn out to be flawless and I mean less than 0.5% RMA numbers, than they are on the path to quality recognition.
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#15
R-T-B
DeathtoGnomes
Lenovo is known for laptops not PCs.
They make both.
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#16
DeathtoGnomes
R-T-B
They make both.
I have never seen a Lenovo PC sold in my neck of the woods, only the laptops.
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#17
R-T-B
DeathtoGnomes
I have never seen a Lenovo PC sold in my neck of the woods, only the laptops.
Thinkcentre. It's a big name in workstations, not so big in consumer.
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dirtyferret
DeathtoGnomes
I have never seen a Lenovo PC sold in my neck of the woods, only the laptops.
We have several of their PCs in my office. They bought out IBM PCs a while ago
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Valantar
Solid State Soul ( SSS )
These are the most 2007 looking PSUs i'v seen recently
You mean the most RGB-less PSUs you've seen recently? :P
dirtyferret
they may not be known on the consumer side (but most of the companies that make computer parts are not well known names) but they are known on the manufacturing side
metalfiber
Huntkey Enterprise Group, founded in 1992.

Here's a review database of Huntkey PSUs....

www.anandtech.com/show/4069/huntkey-300w-80plus-gold

www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page20301.htm
So kind of like FSP, though with even less name recognition. And, judging by these units, lower quality too - FPS has made some good PSUs throughout the years. Though if Lenovo uses them I suppose they're reliable enough.
DeathtoGnomes
I have never seen a Lenovo PC sold in my neck of the woods, only the laptops.
Consumer pre-built desktops are a tiny market, so that's not all that strange. I would imagine you'd find them in any major computer retailer though. ThinkStations are huge in enterprise, but their Idea....station? something desktops are definitely present in the consumer market as well.
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#21
DeathtoGnomes
Valantar
Consumer pre-built desktops are a tiny market, so that's not all that strange. I would imagine you'd find them in any major computer retailer though. ThinkStations are huge in enterprise, but their Idea....station? something desktops are definitely present in the consumer market as well.
yea I dont shop at Office Depot as much as I do Bestbuy, and they dontdidnt have them at bestbuy here.
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