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A-Data Enters PSU Market with Horus Series PSUs

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  1. btarunr

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    A-DATA Technology Co., Ltd., well known for its high-performance DRAM modules and flash application products, today announced its entry into the power supply unit market with Horus Series. The Horus Series power supply unit is designed for gaming enthusiast, PC enthusiast, and overclocker to achieve their goals under the critical environment without compromise.

    The ADATA Horus Series power supply unit provide 550W, 650W, 750W, 850W, and 1200W multitude choice with true continuous power, featuring Eye of Horus – Intelligent LED fan (dual ball-bearing) with 3 colors to display output power, 80 Plus Bronze, NVIDIA SLI-ready certified, and modularized cable management to delivers superior performance, high reliability and protection on all levels of application.

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    “Entering into power supply unit market continues our strategic expansion and diversifies product portfolio that reveal significant opportunity to increase revenue.” said Andy Kuo, Director of Product Management, Division 2. With tremendous experience in product development, ADATA will continue the same focus on quality, stability, and performance that has earned us strong leading position in every market we serve.

    Features and specifications of Horus Series 1200W PSU:
    • Eye of Horus – Intelligent LED fan (Dual ball-bearing fan) with 3 color to display output power (0%~50% Green light,50%~100% Blue light, Over 100% Red light)
    • 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 Horus Series 550W/650W/750W/850W PSU
    • Eye of Horus – Intelligent LED fan (Dual ball-bearing fan) with 3 colors to display output power (0%~50% Green light,50%~100% Blue light, Over 100% Red light)
    • 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
     
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    Wow, that's crazy.. Can't wait to see it in action for the first time.
     
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    Wonder who the oem is for them they look good spec wise single rail up to the 1200w and that has 10 pci-e connectors
     
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    that 850 unit (& im presuming all the other sub 1000w units) look very much like a Corsair re-brand
     
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    Corsair doesn't build their own psu's. They use 2 OEMs: CWT and Seasonic.
     
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    I hope Oklahoma gets a few of these unit for review. They sound pretty good on paper.
     
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    Horus? Eye of Horus?

    BURN HERETICS OF A-DATA, BUUURNNNN IN RIGHTEOUS FIIIIIIIIIIIRRREEE!!!

    On a serius note, doesnt look bad.
     
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    Let's hope that A-Data went the same route and used those two or PC P&C
     
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    Not bad. Many people are very brand oriented when looking for PSUs though. E.g they only buy power supplies from Corsair, Enermax, Cooler Master etc. Let's hope A-Data gets the pricing right.
     
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    PC P&C don't make PSU. They use Seasonic (Silencer) and Win-Tact (TurboCool) but now for Silencer MKII they're using Sirfa. RIP PC P&C. [​IMG]

    Those A-Data PSU's looks like CWT PUC.

    But WTF after Geil PSU's (Enermax rebranded) we have A-Data? Now all memory manufacturers walk on Corsair path? :roll:
     
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