Tagen have just raised the bar a notch for high-end PSUs with their new TurboJet series 1100W MONSTER. This thing has it all, they've even gone to such efforts as to box it up in a custom-designed leather suitcase!
October 16 2006 - Tagan, manufacturer of premium power suppliers for PCs and servers, enters a new supply dimension with the turbojet series. Supplying 1100 Watts of pure power, Tagan is Australia's ?rst manufacturer to make such capability available for today's and future multi-CPU and multi-GPU high-end computers.
"We are proud to be the first to release such a powerful power supply in Australia" says Nikol Su, Managing Director for Actiontec and distributor for Tagan "We've already had great interest from dealers and system integrators about Tagan's 1100w power supply especially with Intel's multi-core CPU architectures"
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