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Antec Extends TruePower Line - 'Quattro'

Highly Efficient Powah!

| Posted: Jun 22, 2007 2:02 am

First seen in the flesh at Computex earlier in the month, Antec have just officially announced the first member of their new "TruePower Quattro" series of Power Supplies.

 

This initial model packs 850W of power and features four 12V output circuits and +12V rails, plus two 8-pin PCIe power connectors, Active PFC support and an efficiency rating of somewhere around 80 to 85%.

 

There's a bit of bling involved too, with a classic race-car themed casing. If you're still thinking 850W wont cut the mustard, you may like to wait for the 1000W model due for release sometime next month.

 

More info on the new series can be sourced at Tech Report and of course Antec's website folks.

 


Fremont, CA - June 20, 2007 - Antec, Inc., the leading global brand of high-performance computer components for the PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself markets, today announced its latest power supply unit (PSU), TruePower Quattro. Antec's most powerful PSU is designed for high efficiency while providing the ultimate in green energy for system builders and support for the latest generation of dual video cards.

 

TruePower Quattro is the most efficient power supply to date in Antec's successful TruePower line due to Active Power Clamping technology. The active clamp forward converter allows the use of smaller components, reducing the overall size of the PSU to further conserve energy.

 

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