Seasonic has just launched a new line of high-end power supplies that are just in time for winter! The new line is being called Snow Silent and the first model is a 1050W unit. As you can guess by the name the body of the unit is completely white event down to the power switch on the back of the unit.
This year, by presenting an extended family of the Platinum series, Sea Sonic’s strength in innovation once again takes center stage to lead the way towards solutions that require the highest efficiency and top performance. The new lineup of Sea Sonic’s Platinum series will span the output range of 400 to 1200 watts. All units of the family come equipped with our patented Fully Modular DC Cable design that maximizes output, ensures the stability of the crucial 12V rail and, at the same time, provides ease of integration and ensures forward compatibility.
“SeaSonic has the latest product in their lineup which brings 80PLUS Gold certification, along with an innovative hybrid fan mode, called the X-Series 1050W. It appears to be very capable, at least on paper. We know that sheet specs certainly don’t tell the real story though, so let’s take a closer look at this X-Series 1050W unit to check out its performance.”
The Seasonic X series is the Taiwanese OEM power supply establishment’s first commercial retail series to achieve 80PLUS Gold certification. This means that the unit is 87% efficient at 20%, 50%, and 100% load. It supports multiple video cards, and uses a patented system which supplies at a lower amperage the same power using a voltage regulation module. ThinkComputers has the review of the 650W version, a medium-wattage, modular unit.
Seasonic has been around for a long time-since 1975. It is more well-known for its OEM line of power supply units, but it sells some models retail, as well. It touts the S12D 850W power supply unit as being certified 80PLUS Silver, proving that the unit is at least 85% efficient. Seasonic claims that the unit can achieve 90% efficiency! Add that with a five year warranty and a nearly silent fan and this is one unit worth seriously considering. ThinkComputers has the review.
Jan 24, 2015 0