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A-Data Announces HM Series High Efficiency PSUs

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ADATA Technology Co., Ltd., a worldwide leader in high performance memory and flash products, has announced the launch of the HM Series power supply for personal computers. The HM Series has a PF (Power Factor) of 0.9 up and energy efficiency up to 82%, and is designed for the gamer, high-performance, and overclocker markets.

Available in a range of wattages (550, 650, 750, 850 and 1,200 watts), the HM Series delivers reliability and protection for all types of hardware configurations. In particular, the units are equipped with an intelligent dual ball bearing LED fan with a tri-color output power display. The power consumption status is indicated by the color of the display (green for low load; blue for normal load; red for full load). The HM Series is constructed with all Japan-made capacitors for voltage regulation, filtering, and buffering functions, resulting in long-term power output stability, with MTBF (Mean time between failures) of over 100,000 hours. The high ratio of output to input power has earned the HM Series the 80 Plus Bronze certification for energy efficiency.



The HM Series power supplies feature a smart modularized cable management system that allows adjustment of cables according to the number of devices in use, reducing cable clutter and improving internal airflow and heat dissipation. To meet the high demands of the gaming community, the HM Series is NVIDIA SLI-ready certified, and complies with ATX 12V v2.2 and v2.3 and EPS 12V v2.92.

Features and specifications of HM Series 1200W PSU
  • Intelligent LED fan (Dual ball-bearing fan) with 3 color to display output power (green for low load; blue for normal load; red for full load)
  • 80 Plus Bronze – Ensure 82% power efficiency
  • NVIDIA SLI-ready certified
  • Modularized cable management – Reduce unused cable clutter and improve internal airflow
  • True continuous power – Perform sustained power output
  • Support ATX 12V v2.2, v2.3,v2.92 standard
  • Support up to 4 VGA card
  • PCI-E 8pin x 6, PCI-E 6pin x 4
  • Dual rail +12V
  • MTBF - 100K hrs (minimum)
  • 100% Japanese capacitors
  • Three-year limited warranty

Features and specifications of HM Series 550W/650W/750W/850W PSU
  • Intelligent LED fan (Dual ball-bearing fan) with 3 color to display output power (green for low load; blue for normal load; red for full load)
  • 80 Plus Bronze – Ensure 82% power efficiency
  • NVIDIA SLI-ready certified
  • Modularized cable management – Reduce unused cable clutter and improve internal airflow
  • True continuous power – Perform sustained power output
  • Support ATX 12V v2.2, v2.3,v2.92 standard
  • Single rail +12V
  • MTBF - 100K hrs (minimum)
  • 100% Japanese capacitors
  • Three-year limited warranty

Availability
ADATA HM Series power supply units are now distributed through selected distributors and resellers.
 
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The power consumption status is indicated by the color of the display (green for low load; blue for normal load; red for full load).
I've never seen this before, quite interesting
 
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Do they levitate like in the pictures? :laugh:

I've never seen this before, quite interesting
That does sound like an interesting feature.
Although i think i would prefer an led readout that gives a number, i know it would increase the cost more but it would be cool to have a psu that shows it's own power usage.
 
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Although i think i would prefer an led readout that gives a number, i know it would increase the cost more but it would be cool to have a psu that shows it's own power usage.
that would be awesome indeed :toast: paired with a kill-a-watt or something and we can all check our own PSU efficiency :laugh:
 
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Do they levitate like in the pictures? :laugh:
Although i think i would prefer an led readout that gives a number, i know it would increase the cost more but it would be cool to have a psu that shows it's own power usage.
This would be freakin' awesome. I love LED readouts.
 

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Anyone know the OEM of these?
 
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These power supplies also seem to have the ability of hovering, that might prove useful for anti vibration