Spire launches new power supplies for Chinese New Year

Spire Corporation has announced three new non-modular ATX power supplies for personal computers that range from 400W to 600W in power. The new PSUs belong to the new so-called BlackDragon series of PSUs that target enthusiasts and PC gamers.

The new computer power supplies will make it to market just in time for the Chinese New Year and will range in price from 75 USD to 95 USD. They are said to be equipped with high-quality components that will deliver power under the most demanding circumstances.

Spire BlackDragon

The new BlackDragon power supplies feature ATX Ver.2.3 specification compatibility, black sleeved cables and black EZ-connectors, EMI shielded VGA/HDD power connectors, cool-blue LED 120mm auto PMW silent DC fan, high efficiency (86%) with up to 30% less power consumption, I/O/OVP/OLP and SCP short circuit- overload- over power- & current-protection, support for both Intel and AMD platforms and offer almost complete silence with noise of just 10.0 dBa under 250W and up to 45 degrees Celsius.


Source: Legitreviews

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