Xilence announces the Performance A+ PSU line

Xilence announces the Performance A+ PSU line

In a bid to capture attention and of course make some more money the maker of cooling solutions and PSUs Xilence has announced the new Performance A+ line of power supply units. The new line is a revision of the already launched Performance A PSU line and as such improves on it. The new PSU line now boasts higher efficiency, lower noise levels and excellent performance and Xilence says that any Performance A+ PSU is perfect for demanding gaming machines.

The new line includes five different models with power output of 430W, 530W, 630W, 730W and 830W. All of them employ DC/DC technology, which means that they include a transformer that converts AC power into 12V DC power only, which increases efficiency. At the same time the transformer strictly regulates all the other voltages that are needed by any PC. This prevents accidents such as voltage increases and ensures excellent stability. In addition the power needed when the PSUs do not operate is just 0.25W. Given these features the new Performance A+ PSUs are good for an 80 Plus Bronze certificate. The power supply units are cooled by an internal 120 mm cooling fan and include protection against over-voltage, overload, high temperatures, over-current, under-voltage and short circuits.

The new Xilence Performance A+ power supply unit line is now available. The prices are as follows – EUR 39.50 (430W), EUR 44.50 (530W), EUR 54.50 (630W), EUR 62.50 (730W) and EUR 79.50 (830W).

Source: Xilence

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