Sea Sonic will launch TFX-based power supply unit

Sea Sonic will launch TFX-based power supply unit

The acclaimed PSU maker Sea Sonic has shared its plans to launch a new power supply unit that follows the TFX standard. The new PSU will be called SS-350TGMS and will sport power output of 350 watts.

Due to the TFX standard the upcoming SS-350TGMS PSU will measure 175 x 85 x 66 mm and will weight 980 grams. The PSU will offer 80 Plus Gold efficiency and a fully modular design. Inside the SS-350TGMS will also have a 80 mm cooling fan and in the back users will find a special key that commands it – you can either run the fan all the time or put it into passive mode where the fan stops spinning when the PSU is under minimal load.

The new Sea Sonic SS-350TGMS PSU will be used in small form factor PCs when it gets released. Unfortunately there’s no release date or pricing as of now.

Source: Sea Sonic

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