Wednesday, February 2nd 2022

AeroCool Outs Mirage Gold Series Power Supplies

AeroCool over the week introduced the Mirage Gold line of power supplies. These are available in two key variants based on cabling, and their capacity-based sub-variants. The Mirage Gold series PSUs come with fixed cabling, while the Mirage Gold Full-Modular series come with, full modular cabling, as the name goes. They each come in 650 W, 750 W, and 850 W capacities. A striking feature of these PSUs, which they draw their name from, is an infinity-reflection element that lights up in RGB color. This is AeroCool's second product to bear the "Mirage" name on the basis of an infinity reflection element, the other being the Mirage 5 CPU cooler.

The AeroCool Mirage Gold series PSUs, as their names suggest, offer 80 Plus Gold switching efficiency. Also under the hood, are an all-Japanese capacitor design, DC-to-DC switching, APFC, a single +12 V rail design, and an aggressive fan tuning that maintains 10% speed up to 60% PSU load. You also get most common electrical protections, against over/under-voltage, overload, overheat, and short-circuit. The 650 W variant has cabling for gaming PCs with a single graphics card; while the 750 W and 850 W has cabling for up to two graphics cards. All models feature two 8-pin EPS connectors. The company didn't reveal pricing.
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9 Comments on AeroCool Outs Mirage Gold Series Power Supplies

#1
Hugis
@crmaris any ideas on whos the OEM? and any chance of getting a sample in to test :)
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#2
dirtyferret
Hugis@crmaris any ideas on whos the OEM? and any chance of getting a sample in to test :)
They tend to stick to HEC & Andyson from previous units
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Mussels
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I cant tell if thats a shiny sticker or an ARGB strip, but either way i like the shiny
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#5
Cutechri
Very fancy PSU lighting that I won't see due to my PSU bay.



Maybe it's just me but I really dislike any additional lighting or panels on a PSU.
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Mussels
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CutechriVery fancy PSU lighting that I won't see due to my PSU bay.



Maybe it's just me but I really dislike any additional lighting or panels on a PSU.
I need that bay to hide the spaghetti
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#7
Cutechri
MusselsI need that bay to hide the spaghetti
Same. Inside of the case is nice, but behind that bay and the back of the case might be violating the Geneva Convention
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crmaris
Reviewer
Hugis@crmaris any ideas on whos the OEM? and any chance of getting a sample in to test :)
Hi, I should talk to them to send a sample. No idea about this line so far :)

OEM is probably Casecom (SANR) but I cannot know for sure without a sample in my hands.
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Hugis
crmarisHi, I should talk to them to send a sample. No idea about this line so far :)

OEM is probably Casecom (SANR) but I cannot know for sure without a sample in my hands.
Yeah you did work with them on there Project 7 TPU Psu so they should send you a sample :)
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