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CE-LINK Unveils the Game-Changing SFX Power Supply: Small Size, Mega Power

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CE LINK LIMITED ("CE-LINK"), a leading manufacturer of consumer electronics, is thrilled to announce the launch of its revolutionary SFX power supply, setting new benchmarks in both performance and compactness. Engineered to elevate gaming and IT experiences, this latest innovation from CE-LINK stands as the most compact SFX power supply in its category, delivering an impressive maximum output of 1000 W. From April 11-14, visit booth 3A-02 in Hall 3 of the AsiaWorld-Expo to experience this game-changer at the upcoming Global Sources Electronic Show in Hong Kong.

This product features exceptional compactness and outstanding performance. With its small size, measuring just 125x100x63.5 mm, this SFX power supply offers a powerful output, delivering up to 1000 W of maximum power. It is designed to fit seamlessly into any setup, whether it be an ATX or ITX gaming chassis. Additionally, versions with 850 W and 750 W capacities are available to meet various power requirements.




This power supply is certified with the esteemed 80 Plus Platinum rating, guaranteeing efficiency levels of up to 92% under typical loads. Furthermore, it maintains exceptionally low voltage fluctuations, staying within a range of less than ±2%, which exceeds the industry standard of less than ±5% as specified by Intel. This ensures users can depend on a consistent and reliable power output.

This SFX power supply meets the latest Intel ATX 3.0 and PCI-e Gen 5.0 standards, providing triple GPU and double total power for gamers and professionals alike. Furthermore, it incorporates an advanced circuit design that includes half-bridge LLC, synchronous rectification (SR), and DC-to-DC conversion techniques. This sophisticated approach enhances both the efficiency and stability of the power supply.

In addition, with native PCI-e 5.0 12VHPWR power cables, this product offers seamless support for the latest generation of graphics cards.

Meanwhile, it incorporates intelligent temperature control and silent cooling technologies for quiet operation. The fan's smart temperature-controlled start-stop mechanism, coupled with a 92 mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) fan, significantly improves thermal performance. It ensures that the main outputs (+12V, +5V, +3.3V) keep ripple noise levels below 30 mV under all conditions, exceeding Intel's standards for power supply noise.

Thanks to its fully modular flat cable design, installation is straightforward, promoting neat and efficient cable management in gaming host.

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CE-LINK? Isn't that a bad render of a Thermaltake without the TT logo?
Unless TT will launch a Toughpower SFX 1000W Platinum with CE-LINK as its OEM, because for now they have at most a Gold SFX 1000W unit.
 
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No word about warranty......
 
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I stand a little corrected - Thermaltake DID announce a Toughpower SFX 1000W Platinum, which should start selling around now in April (and with a 7-year warranty, @P4-630):
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Who? What? Those specs? That size?

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Who? What? Those specs? That size?

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I've seen years old server 900-1200W server PSUs in roughly equal volume.
I'd imagine w/ GaN taking off, etc. that it's very 'do-able' now.

Still, gonna need to see some reviews. -Just because it seems plausible, doesn't mean it's well executed.
 
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Who? What? Those specs? That size?

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Cooler Master has a 1300W SFX (more like 1100W on 120V) out for a while, and it's fine. Don't really see an issue for a high end SFX to achieve.
 
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Cooler Master has a 1300W SFX (more like 1100W on 120V) out for a while, and it's fine. Don't really see an issue for a high end SFX to achieve.

My skepticism is really more about who they are and what the quality of their product is.
The size and the claims they're making do add to that significantly though (also no mention of a warranty).
 
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The Cooler Master SFX PSUs cheat by having the modular cable connectors stick out of the case. Probably fine in most cases, but could get you into trouble in really tight ITX builds.
Given how big GPUs have gotten smallest/tight ITX builds will be restricted to non flagship class GPUs and users can get away with sub 1kW class PSUs in which case there are tonne of great options.
 
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I think at load, this PSU is going to be loud with that small fan cooling it. My other concern is more about how well will this PSU manage with all these increasingly power hungry hardware. You can slap a 1000W rating on it does not mean it will handle the load stably.
 
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Given how big GPUs have gotten smallest/tight ITX builds will be restricted to non flagship class GPUs and users can get away with sub 1kW class PSUs in which case there are tonne of great options.
The FE and the few compact options keep those builds alive. But many people get away with the SF750 plat. High wattage SFX have a fair amount of miss, with them being noisy, SFX-L in size, or just much more expensive when they only offer 100w additional watts compared to the SF750.
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