Thursday, February 10th 2022

ADATA Unveils XPG CyberCore Modular Power Supply

XPG, a fast-growing provider of systems, components, and peripherals for Gamers, Esports Pros, and Tech Enthusiasts, today announces a very exciting addition to its power supply family, the XPG CYBERCORE modular power supply, which comes in 1000 W and 1300 W variants with PLATINUM efficiency verified by industry experts at Cybenetics. Equipped with the XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fan and high precision Japanese dual bearings, XPG CYBERCORE takes things up a notch to offer gamers the ultimate stability.

XPG CYBERCORE is the latest XPG and Nidec collaboration. It is equipped with an XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fan powered by Nidec for unmatched cooling efficiency. The Nidec fans feature a curved design that offers maximum effectiveness. The fans begin spinning with a zero RPM low-load mode until around 30% power load to initiate the fan spin. The design has two main benefits - prolonged fan life expectancy and most importantly it enables a compact form factor at only 160 mm length, one of the smallest in the Platinum category.
Advanced Performance Management
XPG CYBERCORE utilizes high-quality Japanese capacitors rated for 105°C and an advanced Interleaved PFC (Power Factor Correction) that regulates and stabilizes voltage, distributing power at optimal efficiency. Exploring the digital side of power, XPG added a Digital PMIC (Power Management IC) to help increase performance management and stability.

For peace of mind the XPG CYBERCORE is backed by eight industrial-level mechanisms and a 10-year warranty.

Availability
The CYBERCORE series will be available through Amazon and other online retailers.
MSRP
  • CYBERCORE 1000 W /$259.99
  • CYBERCORE 1300 W /$299.99
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5 Comments on ADATA Unveils XPG CyberCore Modular Power Supply

#1
Mats
The fans begin spinning with a zero RPM low-load mode...
WTF does that even mean? It begins spinning with 0 RPM, but what happens before that, it stands still at 0 RPM? Quantum physics applied to fan speed? :roll:
I thought the Big bang was hard to understand..
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#2
owen10578
"XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM fan powered by Nidec"

So a Scythe Nidec Servo Gentle Typhoon?
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#4
Lnxepique
MatsWTF does that even mean? It begins spinning with 0 RPM, but what happens before that, it stands still at 0 RPM? Quantum physics applied to fan speed? :roll:
I thought the Big bang was hard to understand..
Starts spinning at 30% load. Below that - zero RPM.

Some marketing guy wanted to make something boring sound fancy, while he was waiting for 30% load to initiate the fan spin. KEKW.
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#5
Mats
LnxepiqueStarts spinning at 30% load. Below that - zero RPM.
Lol well that's how usually works, but that's not what the text says. The text must be a victim of google translate.

Do we have a railspotter that can figure out the manufacturer? Maybe CWT?
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