Powerful Power Supply Antec TruePower Quattro 1200W

Monday, December 28, 2009

Antec Company announced today the introduction of new model - blocks PSU Antec TruePower Quattro 1200W. The new model TPQ-1200, to fill out a family of high-performance TruePower Quattro, is the first power supply, Antec, having a capacity of 1200 Tues As the producer, the new design is fully compatible with all modern processors, including the latest quad-core chips Intel Core i7 and Core i5, and also supports any configuration of graphics subsystems, including the NVIDIA Quad SLI and ATI CrossFire.

The use of modern element base and recent developments in circuit technology, including technology PowerCache to improve overall stability and DC-DC converters to improve efficiency, allowed to raise the productivity of PSU TruePower Quattro 1200W at high levels. With this PSU TPQ-1200 successfully received the standard certificate 80Plus Silver, meaning the efficiency of more than 85% of the entire range of workloads.

New tires has six +12 V, each of which can provide stable power load up to 38A. Cooling system is made using a low-noise low noise 80-mm fan with PWM control, thus allowing for intelligent control of speed depending on the testimony of the temperature sensor. Model TPQ-1200 is also equipped with a new hybrid system of cables, which facilitates the installation of the system and allows to optimize cooling and ventilation inside the computer case.

PSU Antec TruePower Quattro 1200W comes with a 3-year manufacturer's warranty. Deliveries of new items at Russia's distributors have already begun. Approximate price is 300-350 dollars.


Powersupply said...

This thing is a BEAST and looks sexy too. I'm honestly thinking of getting one to put in my personal gaming rig. My current Power Supply is not holding up too well after sode got spilled in it.