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Gigabyte Announces PowerRock PSU Series

Category: Power Supplies
Posted: August 6, 2010 02:08PM
Author: bp9801


When people think of power supplies, they often think of grabbing something with enough wattage to last several computer systems. However, there are some people who may not need a power supply with 850 watts or just need something small for an HTPC. For that, Gigabyte has you covered with its newest series of power supplies, the PowerRock series. The PowerRock series measures in at 150 x 140 x 86mm and comes in 300, 350, 400, and 500W capacities. The units are ATX +12V 2.2 compliant and feature dual 12V rails along with a non-modular cable design. There is a fan to cool everything down but no mention was made on the size of the fan. Seeing as how the PSUs aren't that big, I'd have to wager a 120mm fan is keeping everything cool. The 400 and 500W models feature 80Plus certification and PFC technology.

No word on pricing or availability was announced at this time but seeing as these units have a particular group in mind, I do not see them costing all that much.



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CowKing on August 6, 2010 03:24PM
this is nice to see a quality low wattage power supply

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