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NOX-XTREME Releases URANO Series of Power Supplies

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NOX-XTREME Releases PULSAR Series of Power Supplies

After the URANO Series of 500W and 600W power supplies, NOX XTREME surprises with the PULSAR Series. These power supplies of 650W or 750W feature advanced modular power connectors management system, which allows to connect only necessary cables, obtaining to more space and order within the box.


It's aspect is really spectacular with a shiny nickel finish and amazing red and blue LEDs in the connections. The 140 mm fans (with LED) are controlled automatically and the antivibration system reduces the noise that could be caused by the power supply. The PULSAR series includes 4 PCI-E power connectors for today's demanding gaming systems and is ready for SLi and QUAD SLi.

The PULSAR series exists in four options:

· PULSAR Series 650W Blue LED; PULSAR Series 650W Red LED
· PULSAR Series 750W Blue LED; PULSAR Series 750W Red LED

The PULSAR Series power supplies are designed with efficiency and functionality to provide all the necessary power to the latest generation of hardware.

Source: NOX-XTREME
 
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Oh my those are pretty! Looks a LOT like the Hiper modular cables - but appear to have plastic sleeving - I wonder how "supple" the cables are.

Availability in the US???
 

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I wouldn't touch them with a 10ft pole until someone does some hard testing on these..I've never heard of the brand.
 
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when I first read the title I thought the brand name was "
NOT-XTREME" lol. Instead of NOX-XTREME.
 
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this new NOX PSU´s are very similar to the Superflower Aurora 600W>>>>>






btw: change the title to :


NOX-XTREME Releases PULSAR Series of Power Supplies



regards
 
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Hmm...I'd like to see some tests done on those. It's all well and good making it look nice with LEDs and modular cables, but if it's 20% efficient then it's not worth buying...
 

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They actually remind of me of the tiger power series or whatever they are called.They were the first power supply Ive seen that looks exactly like this one does.
 
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Specs look nice, but wonder how well these will review.