Antec launches new power supply units

Antec has announced the market availability of two new modular power supply units – the 750-watt HCG-750M and the 850-watt HCG-850M. Both new company products belong to the company’s elite “High Current Gamer M” line of PSUs but they now come with even more features than the already released HCGM models, one of which is patented 16-pin sockets for a new level of flexibility.

The 16-pin sockets support two 8-pin connectors and even future connectors that consist of 10, 12, 14 or even 16 pins. The new Antec PSUs also come with quiet 135-mm double ball bearing white LED fan with an on/off switch. Featuring 80 Plus Bronze certified efficiency and based on DC-DC topology, the HCG-750M and HCG-850M run at 50 degrees Celsius and come with a dual rail design that is protected 7-fold by CircuitShield IC. The PSUs promise 5 years of warranty, lifetime global support and nearly invisible cable routing.

The pricing of both models is unknown.


Source: Antec

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