Gigabyte unveils Aorus P850W and P750W power supplies

Gigabyte unveils Aorus P850W and P750W power supplies
Gamers with Aorus PSUs can enjoy cool and quiet gaming environments.
Published: 7 August 2018 - 5:38 a.m.
By: Manda Banda

Components maker Gigabyte, has released Aorus P850W and P750W, the first PC power supplies (PSUs) from its premium Aorus brand.

The new P850W and P750W bring up 80 plus gold power efficiency silent operation, as well as modular customisation, and enhanced durability for gaming enthusiasts, especially those with multiple-GPU builds focused on VR gaming.

With less heat and reduced fan noise, gamers with Aorus PSUs can enjoy cool and quiet gaming environments. With optimal support for Intel Haswell processors, the power supply is also ideal for achieving reduced energy.

Using 100% Japanese capacitors and premium internal components throughout the design, the Aorus PSU provides users with extended product reliability and lifespan.

According to Gigabyte, the single +12V rail ensures the best power output with stability for the hardware, making this power supply ideal for overclocking. The company added that the 135mm temperature-controlled smart fan is automatically adjusted according to the actual power usage so even when the power usage is lower than 20%, the fan will automatically activate the stop function to ensure energy saving and stable power supply.

In addition, the fan uses an ultra-durable double ball bearing design, which offers prolonged product life over 50,000 hours.

The Aorus P850W and P750W power supplies not only have built-in OVP, OPP, SCP, UVP, OCP and OTP circuit protection designs but have also undergone rigorous testing of various safety regulations in various countries.

The company said the Aorus PSUs provide the most stable and abundant supply of power for the system and protect various devices inside the computer to ensure the users have a more stable and high quality experience.

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