Antec Announces a New Digital Maximum Performance PSU Series at Computex

👤by Mark Sharples Comments 📅07.06.2013 13:34:36

PRESS RELEASE

Antec is pleased to announce the development of a new digital power supply series called the “High Current Pro Platinum GRID™” (“HCPP GRID™”) and is today showcasing prototypes at the Computex trade show in Taipei, Taiwan.

Scheduled for release in Q4 of 2013, the High Current Pro Platinum GRID™ series will be engineered on a totally new platform utilizing digital PM Bus/I2C technology and a custom developed software which allows users to take control of the PSU on an array of operating systems which include Microsoft 32-bit & 64-bit Windows platforms 8 (Desktop), 7, Vista® & XP.



The High Current Pro Platinum GRID™ series will consist of an (HCP-850 Platinum GRID) and a 1200W model (HCP-1200 Platinum GRID). Both models will have mostly similar features like their HCP Platinum main series siblings, except for the GRID™ PSU control software & digital technology, which replaces the OC Link™ along with a white LED double ball bearing fan with on/off function.

It goes without saying that the remaining features are state-of-the-art as well. Not only does the High Current Pro Platinum GRID™ series feature a fully modular design, but it also includes cutting-edge and patented 16-pin sockets as well as a 20+8-pin MBU socket for the needs of tomorrow.

Features & specifications include:

- 80 PLUS® PLATINUM certified efficiency,

- 7 years of Antec’s renowned warranty and lifetime global support.

-All Japanese heavy-duty capacitors;

-Engineered to run at 50°C without compromises on safety

-Triple rail design

-Protected 9-fold by the CircuitShield™ IC.


Head over to Antec.com for more info on their product range & specs.

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