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state-of-the-art PSU supports Universal AC input range  - state-of-the-art PSU supports Universal AC input range
Fri, November 14 2008 | 12:51AM | PermaLink Feedback?
GlacialPower, the leading providers of thermal solutions for the electronics industry, announced the launch of AL650W (PSU) targeted at performance desktops, graphic workstations and gaming machines. Conforming to ATX 12V (version 2.2 form factor) the state-of-the-art PSU supports Universal AC input range from 90V~264V AC with Active PFC, delivers an incredible 80%+ average power efficiency, and reduced power loss during transmission which correlates to ultimately lower power costs to PC system users. Loaded with the latest internal power protection features including SCP, OTP, OPP, OVP (Over Voltage Protection) and OCP (Over Current Protection), the brand new AL650W (PSU) deliver stable, true power and helps safeguard PC peripherals from sudden power outages. Remarkably noise-free, where even at full load the fan noise does not go above 30dBA, the AL series PSUs offer near silent operation. New onboard features like ‘Fan Speed Control’, ‘Delayed Shut Down’, ‘Automatic Fan Switch Off at low loads’ enable longer life for system components. With an MTBF in excess of 100,000 hours, RoHS compliance and an attractive 2 year warranty, the AL650 is a ‘must buy’ for first time PC enthusiasts, design workstation users and gamers alike.
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