Quick Bits - FSP's monster 1200-watt PSU
While we have very little details on the following product we thought it was important that we at least covered some power supplies.
Currently power supply companies are ramping up their wattage specifications with the launch of even more powerful DX10 graphics cards just around the corner. Elfin from FSP Group was kind enough to send a picture of their upcoming 1200-watt power supply which will likely be super expensive but a great match for something like an AMD R600 Crossfire dual graphics setup which will draw loads of power.
Keep in mind that this picture of FSP's 1200-watt power supply is not final and the colors will more than likely change. If you were at CeBIT you may even be lucky enough to see 2000-watt power supplies but they are still some time off and you'll first see products like this one coming to the market.
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