Seasonic debuts Prime Titanium power supplies

Seasonic debuts Prime Titanium power supplies

At Computex 2016 Seasonic has excited its fans with the introduction of a new PSU line called Prime Titanium. The PSUs in this new line are packed with premium technology only and we can say with ease that the Prime Titanium line is the most advanced PSU line Seasonic has introduced to this day.

The line includes three models with power output of 650W, 750W and 850W and all of them feature fully modular cables as well as 80 Plus Titanium efficiency. This is achieved through the usage of high-end components only although the details on this topic are scarce. The PSUs are also equipped with temperature-controlled fans that do not spin when the PSU loading is under 45 per cent. In addition they feature very tight voltage control, superior power regulation and super low ripple noise.

It is unclear when the new PSUs will be available for purchase and how much they will cost.

Source: PCPer.com

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