Cooler Master presents second generation GX power supply units

Cooler Master has officially unveiled the second generation of its popular mainstream GX line of power supply units. The new PSUs have been designed for medium loading and offer full support for Intel’s Haswell processor power saving modes.

The new GX II line offers models that reach 850 watts of power. They all share a non-modular construction and reach 80 Plus Gold certification (85 per cent efficiency or better). Not surprisingly the new power supply line features overvoltage protection (OVP), undervoltage protection (UVP), APFC, overload, overpower and short-circuit protection. The models offer all kinds of cables to power your system but the cable count varies with the PSU power. Thus the 700W model offers four 6+2 pin PCI-E connectors, nine SATA connectors, three Molex connectors, a 24-pin connector and 4+4 pin EPS. A massive 135 mm cooling fan cools the PSUs.

Pricing is still missing.


Source: Cooler Master

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