Rosewill starts sales of Fortress Series 80 Plus Platinum PSUs

Rosewill, the in-house brand of the popular online retailer of computer hardware and software Newegg, has announced the official release of the Rosewill Fortress Series 80 Plus Platinum PSU line.

The Fortress Series is the first Rosewill PSU product series that features 80 Plus Platinum certification. Available in 450W, 550W, 650W and 750W models the Fortress PSUs boast 94 per cent efficiency and thanks to it sport lower PSU temperatures as well as quiet 135 mm cooling fans.

Rosewill Fortress PSU

Specifically oriented towards people who install more than one graphics card, the 750 watt model comes with a single 12V rail that outputs up to 62.5 amperes of power enough and along with four 6+2 PCI-E connectors you are good to power any combination of graphics cards currently on the market.

The Fortress also impresses with dark chassis that houses all PSU internals including the quiet cooling fan that is hidden behind a grid for more protection. Plastic wraps protect the cables too.

Pricing, however, is unknown.

Source: Kaldata

Related posts

Flashlight HD LED – light everywhere, every time

Flashlight HD LED is a simple app that will make sure you will have light everywhere you go! Working with Flashlight HD LED is extremely simple – just start the app and press the LED flashlight button to start your integrated flashlight. In case you don’t have one, don’t...

Revolutionary iON Goggles

Zeal Optics released their latest video recording gadget – the iON Goggles. Except that they will protect you from the glare of the sun while you skiing, they also offer you a built-in Full HD video camera to capture these breathtaking moments when you slalom down. The high-quality camera has a...

Microsoft demonstrates new universal translator

Microsoft has created a new type of universal translator that not only translates what you say in real time but also preserves your accent, timbre and intonation of your actual voice. The new translator, created by Microsoft Research, was demonstrated at a Microsoft event...

Leave a comment