PC Power & Cooling launches new 1.2kW PSU

Written by Phil Cogar

October 4, 2007 | 13:47

Tags: #1200w #12kw #power-supplies #psu #turbocool

Companies: #pc-power-cooling

If you're shopping for a power supply that will make your electric bill cry while still being rock-solid reliable, then PC Power & Cooling has you covered with its new Nvidia SLI Certified Turbo-Cool 1200 PSU. Yep, that's right - 1200 Watts.

The new Turbo-Cool 1200 features a continuous 1.2kW output with a 1.3kW peak, 90A single +12VDC rail, 83 percent efficiency rating, six PCI-E connections, 15 drive connections (6 SATA, 8 Molex, 1 mini), and 24-pin, dual 8-pin, and 4-pin motherboard connections. It also comes with a 14-point certified test report and a 7-year warranty.

One of the biggest reasons that people turn to PC Power & Cooling PSUs is because they are renowned for their stable rails. Richard had some difficulties in maintaining a stable rail in his benchmarks of the PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750W CrossFire and Quad PSUs just a couple of weeks ago, but hopefully the issue won't rear its ugly head in the Turbo-Cool 1200.

Some might call this absolute overkill, but for those that actually have rigs that draw massive amount of power then this could be just what the doctor ordered. However, if you're needing a high wattage PSU and want it to be modular, you're going to have to look elsewhere. PCPC has stuck to its guns about not offering a modular PSU.

The Turbo-Cool 1200 will set you back $499.99 in the US, electric power plant sold separately.

Are you one of those who needs a monster of a PSU for your rig? Need some extra room in your wallet? Let us know if you'd like to pick one of these bad boys up by telling us in the forums.
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