G.Skill demonstrates Ripjaws power supplies

G.Skill demonstrates Ripjaws power supplies

The Taiwanese memory maker G.Skill has demonstrated its first Ripjaws power supply units (PSU) at the on-going Computex 2015 in Taipei, Taiwan.

The new Ripjaws PSU line includes four models with power output that ranges from 750W to 1250W and meets the needs of all PC users no matter whether they use a workstation or a high-end gaming PC. All models in the line are fully modular and allow easier cable management and better case airflow. The PSUs use only highest-quality 100 per cent Japanese-made capacitors and include unique automated G.SKILL ECO Optimized thermal fan control that ensures zero fan noise when the PSUs are under light loads. The Ripjaws PSU line includes 140 mm durable double ball bearing fans when there’s more serious load.

The PSUs in the new Ripjaws line are 80 PLUS Gold certified (for the 750W PS750G and 850W PS850G models), while the more powerful PS850P (850W) and PS1250P (1250W) models are 80 PLUS Platinum certified and are rated at 92 per cent efficiency for lower heat output and lower operation costs. Just like many other PSUs the new Ripjaws PSU line features OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, SCP, and OTP protections.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: G.Skill

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