Phanteks presents Power Combo

Phanteks presents Power Combo

To power a PC with two separate power supply units is not a new idea but despite this it is really hard to build such a PC. To counter this problem Phanteks has announced the Power Combo – a device that makes it possible to use two PSUs inside a single PC and with ease at that.

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The Power Combo has been designed from the ground up to be a plug-and-play device that requires no splicing or cutting of wires. The device comes with safety and security in mind and features a redundant power supply architecture concept that prevents a PC from shutting down when one of the two PSUs fails. Designed to power high-end systems where a single PSU is not enough, the Power Combo is fully compatible with mini-ITX, micro-ATX, ATX and E-ATX motherboards. In addition to this the device features excellent power efficiency and a function that shares the load current between the two installed PSUs to further improve the power efficiency.

The Phanteks Power Combo will be available later this month. The device will sell for EUR 39.90.

Source: Phanteks

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