Thursday, May 14th 2009

Gigabyte Readying Odin GT 1200W PSU

Gigabyte has its Odin Pro PSU lineup for about two years now. The company prepared a new model to top the it, with up to 1200W of power output, modular cabling, and a USB data connection to the system it powers. Perhaps a monitoring and/or control software is packed along. The Odin GT 1200W measures 150 (W) x 180 (L) x 86 (H) mm, and weighs in at 2.5 kg (around 5.5 lbs). It is said to feature high-grade Japanese capacitors, and four +12V rails that belt out 99A, 1188 W. It has a rated efficiency of above 80%. Also featured is active power compensator (Active PFC). Cables include six 6+2 pin PCI-Express, along with ten SATA power, and eight Molex connectors. A 140 mm fan cools the unit. The SLI-certified PSU is expected to hit stores soon.

Source: XTReview
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8 Comments on Gigabyte Readying Odin GT 1200W PSU

Here's the Product page..

Is it constructed by CWT like its 800W little brother?:confused:
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i just bought the old and had to return it because of a fault ... wish i had known about this sooner, i wouldv waited
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I have the 800W Pro version without the software, extremely well built. These are great PSU's, probably not on the standards of Corsair, but not far away either!
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pentastar111 said:
Can't wait for you guys to reveiw it.
Just out of interest you have an enermax 1050 watt psu listed in your specs... why would you want this one instead.. or you just want to see review?
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Not bad amps, 10A on 120V, that should be friendly enought for my energy bill.
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i have odin 800 pro , it is great PSU ever see also my next move is this one no other PSU have same quality and durability
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