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Antec Introduces Latest Generation of Power Supplies with TruePower Trio

| Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Aug 9, 2006 10:24 pm

Antec have just introduced a new line of power supplies dubbed the "TruePower Trio" series. The latest addition to Antec's line of power supplies is designed to produce power quietly, reliably and efficiently. TruePower Trio will replace TruePower 2.0 and includes some major new features such as Universal Input and Active PFC, ATX 12V 2.2 compatibility, three +12V outputs and a fan only connector. There are three models available, 430 Watt, 550 Watt and 650 Watt.

 

For full details, grab Antec's official announcement.

 


The power supplies continue TruePower's tradition of quiet computing(tm). The unit features a 120mm low-noise cooling fan and overall system noise is further reduced by Fan Only connectors that enable the PSU to control case fan speeds. The power supply's other features include four serial ATA connectors and dedicated output circuitry for delivery of maximum power to all voltages. Additionally the nVIDIA SLI certified 550 Watt and 650 Watt models feature 2 PCI Express graphic card power connectors, while the 430 Watt model features one.

 

"As users continue to add more and more components to their systems, power supplies are required to remain stable for longer periods of time at higher performance levels," said Scott Richards, senior vice president at Antec. "Based on Antec's original breakthrough performance power supply design, TruePower Trio offers users maximum power for the advanced system components currently available on the market."

 

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