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Sea Sonic launches Titanium, Platinum power supplies up to 1200W

Sea Sonic launches its PRIME Titanium power supply range, offering amazing 80 PLUS performance from 550W to 1200W.

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Published Wed, Jan 13 2016 1:01 AM CST   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:16 PM CDT

If you're looking for some highly efficient power supplies ranging from 550W to 1200W, Sea Sonic has just announced its PRIME Titanium flagship series of products, offering 80 PLUS Platinum or Titanium certifications.

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Featuring zero PCB cabling, self-claimed "Premium Hybrid Fan Control" which is "fanless up to 45 % system load," a massive ten-year warranty and an extended hold-up time of over 30ms, this product range was announced recently through a press release.

The 80 PLUS Titanium units will be released in 650W to 1000W models, with the Platinum products set for a power range of 550W to 1200W. The massive warranty is backed up by fully modular cabling and a promise to provide "the quietest active cooling power supplies."

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