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GlacialPower Releases GP-AL650 Power Supply

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  1. btarunr

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    GlacialPower made an addition to its AL Series high-efficiency power supplies (PSUs), with the GP-AL650. The PSU provides 650W of continuous power output, and is ATX12V v2.2 certified. The power output distribution diagram shows this PSU to feature two +12V rails of 26A and 21A.

    The unit is cooled by a 120mm fan, some units may feature an 80mm fan instead. Outputs include two 6+2pin PCI-Express connectors, six SATA power, six Molex and one floppy power connector. It offers built-in PFC and a rated MTBF of 100,000 hours. It flaunts an 80 Plus efficiency rating badge. The PSU is backed by a two year warranty. Technical details of the PSU could be read in this company-published PDF document.

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    Source: TechConnect Magazine
     
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    2yr warranty, me thinks I will stick to my seasonic with 5yr warranty....next.....
     
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    which is manufactured by seasonic :)
     
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    Not entirely. Warranty is a manufacturer issue, not a component maker issue.

    Not all Corsair PSUs carry SeaSonic-made components. HX1000W, VX550W, TX750W use internals made by Channel Well. The rest use SeaSonic internals.
     
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    Hold the phone.... They make 650W power supply's now?:wtf:
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    Would you like my old generic 300w PSU I used for my PIII rig? I'll give you a 10 year warranty on it personally.
     
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    If you include a 24 pin and some sata adapters and free shipping, ship away lol

    My 500W earthwatts is a great psu, got the M12II 500W on sale, and hoping the modular helps clean up the case a bit at the same time :)
     

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