Antec Add 80 PLUS Bronze Cert. Models To High Current Gamer PSU Line

👤by Tim Harmer Comments 📅09.05.2018 16:40:37


Rotterdam, Netherlands, 9th May 2018 – Antec, a leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, broadens its range of power supplies with the new High Current Gamer Bronze series. The 80 PLUS® Bronze rating and fully-modular cabling make the HCG Bronze a great choice for a reliable and efficient PC system for gamers and professionals. The PSU line is now commercially available from 105,99 Euros for the 750W version and 115,99 Euros for the 850W model (suggested retail price).

The latest generation of Antec’s High Current Gamer Bronze PSUs offer unparalleled stability and 80 PLUS® Bronze certified efficiency. Delivering up to 89 percent efficiency, the High Current Gamer Bronze series utilizes Active PFC, 100 percent Japanese capacitors, and provides efficiency during high and low loads.

The High Current Gamer Bronze series features a fully modular cable management system which enables users to use only the cables which are needed, greatly simplifying installation and helps clear out excess cables that can obstruct and reduce airflow. The whisper-quiet, double ball bearing 135 mm fan provides high airflow with durability and longevity. Last but not least, the High Current Gamer Bronze line is backed by the Antec Quality five-year warranty on parts and labor.


- 100% top-grade Japanese capacitors for clean DC-DC performance
- 80 PLUS® Bronze certified-Up to 89% efficient, to reduce your electricity bill
- 5 year warranty and lifetime global support
- 100% Modular cable management –Improves airflow and reduces clutter
- 135mm Double Ball Bearing fan provides whisper-quiet air cooling

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