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IKONIK Introduces Gaia PSU, Brings Better Environment with Electricity Bill Reduction

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During the last few years, many brands have started to produce their own line of PSU’s. So what makes the IKONIK PSU different and better than other PSU’s? From the beginning the IKONIK R&D team wanted to build a PSU with the general idea of the best components and highest efficiency.

IKONIK Gaia Series ranges from 350W to 500W. This range covers most users who are particular about their PSU and have a high standard that they abide by.



IKONIK’s main PSU objective is “component”. In the market at present it is difficult to find a good PSU in this segment with such components, but IKONIK once again raised the bar by insisting on such high quality components. Gaia series PSU uses the best on the market such as:
  • Japanese made main capacitors.
  • 120mm long life DC Fan with the super silent solution from IKONIK.
  • The acoustic is less then 20dB when the consistence output is less than 60% of full load.
  • Luxury aluminum with 3D diamond cut “IKONIK” fan guard on this unit. The fan guard makes Gaia PSU even better looking than other middle segment PSU.
  • Cable sleeves for all cables as IKONIK is looking at user friendly.

What’s more from IKONIK Gaia? Of course, high efficiency is always to be mentioned on this kind of wattage range. All Gaia PSU’s have already passed 80PLUS certification. It means Gaia PSU can give every user at least 80% efficiency value. In addition, IKONIK has mentioned they can give a promise “The efficiency of every piece IKONIK 80PLUS certified model in the market is over than 80% efficiency” to the user who is buying an IKONIK 80PLUS certified PSU model. IKONIK is the first power supply manufactory who made a promise on this. IKONIK is really focusing on saving the world energy and working on green products. With this in mind IKONIK PSU GAIA series is designed for users who are concerned about saving energy and monthly electricity bill. Compared to a PSU with 65% efficiency you can earn back a whole new PSU by using 80PLUS within 3 years just in electricity bills.

In the summary, IKONIK is really serious about their PSU product. Matching design, technology, efficiency, this is the best model on the market in relation to value for money. IKONIK once again proves themselves a worthy manufacturer taking all details into account. The Gaia PSU is environmentally friendly, with high efficiency and best components available yet at the same time won’t burn a hole in your pocket. What are you still waiting for? Get an IKONIK GAIA power supply now.
 
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Luxury aluminum with 3D diamond cut “IKONIK” fan guard on this unit. The fan guard makes Gaia PSU more better looking than other middle segment PSU.
More better.

I'd have to agree.
 
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I declaration this PSU to be super efficiency.

Can you do any less? IKONIK knows PSU wattage yearns for exceptional!
 
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Why is the design so important on a PSU?
Looks.. Me I have no sense of aesthetics so I dont really care.. Ill hide my PC under the bed or something if its too ugly for the public.
 

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How good and how much ?.. 80+ PSU's tend to be $250+.

I would like to see more low watt(100-250 ) Efficiency 80+ psu's. i think their becoming more in need with systems like the ATOM setups and such. As whats the point in a low powered system if the PSU sucks lol.
 
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Damn low-end/midrange markets. Couldnt they produce a 1500w PSU that utilized only what was drawn with the fantastic efficency ?
 

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How good and how much ?.. 80+ PSU's tend to be $250+.

I would like to see more low watt(100-250 ) Efficiency 80+ psu's. i think their becoming more in need with systems like the ATOM setups and such. As whats the point in a low powered system if the PSU sucks lol.
Atom based systems consume less than 30W not including the display.