GigaByte Announced PoweRock Power Supply

PoweRock  PSU GigabyteAn important player in the PSU Product manufacturing, Gigabyte, announced PoweRock, which is the latest power supply in their range of PSU products.

PoweRock comes with a solid design at an affordable price, available in 500W, 400W and 300W.

GigaByte’s affordable range of PowerRock power supply products are built with high quality components, and are also compliant with the ATX +12V v2.2 with the latest EuP regulations. The PoweRock PSU Products provide durability with the adjustable speed of the intelligent fan that is equipped with every power supply, in order to provide a perfect working system.

The 500W and 400W options of the PoweRock Power Supplies are 80 Plus certified, providing working efficiency higher than eighty percent. They also come with safeguards for over power, over voltage, current, heat and short circuiting.

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