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Turbo Charge Your Shuttle XPC

| Posted: Jul 29, 2005 2:48 am

Shuttle are now catering to the most power hungry XPC users out there who run the latest and greatest in hardware throughout their XPC system. The PC50 is the stamp for their new 300W powerhouse PSU, giving people the option to feed their high-end beast with that extra bite of power it wants for the ultimate in stability and smooth operation.

 

Oh, and if you're thinking "eh? 300W's nothing to write home about", Just be aware that Shuttle's XPC PSUs are quite a bit more finely tuned over standard desktop PSUs rated for the same wattage.

 

The official announcement and product page can be sourced over at Shuttle's website folks.

 


The PC50 provides the additional power needed to satisfy the demands of high power graphics cards and large capacity storage devices. It is the optimal solution for power users wanting to upgrade without compromising the stability, low-noise, and portability of the XPC.

 

"PC components, in particular CPUs, graphics cards, and storage, are continuing to grow ever larger and more powerful. The PC50 is the optimal solution for Shuttle and its customers to support the ever increasing demand for power placed upon XPC systems by the latest technological advances," explained James Chang, product director, Shuttle.

 


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