Cooler Master prepares GXII PSUs

Cooler Master prepares GXII PSUs

Cooler Master has prepared one more power supply unit line. The novelty is known with the rather short GXII v2.0 name and includes three models with power output of 450W, 550W and 650W.

All new PSUs come with 80 Plus Bronze certification, which means that they offer at least 81 per cent efficiency when converting AC current into DC current. The new GXII v2.0 line is budget-oriented so all three PSUs do not feature modular cables but you still get active power factor correction, Japanese capacitors and protection against over-voltage, under-voltage, overloading, overcurrent, overheating and short circuits. The PSUs can output 34A (450W model), 42A (550W model) and 52A (650W) over their 12V rails, and they also support the latest C6 and C7 states for Intel processors. The 450W and 550W models feature two 6+2 pin connectors, while the 650W model has four of them – this is important when you want to install more than one video card.

The GXII v2.0 PSU line will be available in Japan as of now. The 450W, 550W and 650W models will sell for around USD 91, USD 118 and USD 123, respectively.

Source: Cooler Master

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