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RAIDMAX Announces New 600 W Power Supply - RX-600AF

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    RAIDMAX, a computer chassis provider, is pleased to announce their new 600 W Power Supply - RX-600AF. The RX-600AF provides reliable power to your PC while reducing electricity loss through its high efficiency design.

    Energy Efficient

    With certified 80 Plus Bronze efficiency, the RAIDMAX RX-600AF converts up to 85% of the input electricity into usable energy. This translates to less electrical usage and lower energy cost.

    Effective Cooling

    The powerful fan keeps the RX-600AF at optimal operating temperatures at regular usage. At times when you want to push your PC harder, the turbo fan controller gives the RX-600AF extra cooling ability anytime.

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    High-Performance Connections

    RAIDMAX's newest power supply comes with numerous high quality connectors for secure connections to your hardware.

    Classic Design

    With its white finish and elegant white fan, the RX-600AF's simple aesthetic design is not such much eye-catching as it is eye-pleasing.


    Including several safety precautions such as Short Circuit Protection (SCP), Over Voltage Protection (OVP), and Over Power Protection (OPP), the RAIDMAX RX-600AF ensures all your hardware is well powered while protecting them from power abnormalities.



    Product Features

    - Supports ATX 12V2.2
    - 80 Plus Bronze Certification
    - Turbo fan controller for extra cooling anytime
    - INTEL & AMD listed power supply
    - Protection from SCP, OVP, and OPP
    - Classical look design
    - MSRP: $59.99

    Package Contents

    - Power Supply
    - Connectors
    M/B 20+4 pin x1
    CPU 4+4 pin x1
    PCI-E 6+2 pin x2
    SATA x6
    MOLEX 4 pin x4
    Floppy x1

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