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Antec High Current Power 850w Review - Antec High Current Power 850w Review
Thu, September 15 2011 | 9:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Antec’s High Current Pro series outputs extremely high efficiency at a reliable 80 Plus certification. The Antec HCP is Gold certified because of its brilliant 92% efficiency, allowing you to sustain high power at heavy load situations. The HCP is equipped with the highest standard Japanese-brand capacitors to provide extreme heat dissipation as well as known reliability. This PSU is fitted with double ball bearings to allow for better cooling and quiet operation. This PSU is special because it has fully modular all 12v rail cable connectors making for better performance and stability yet again. The Antec High Current Pro is a serious professional gaming PSU, and as Antec say “the specs speak for themselves”.
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