Fortron launches Graphics Card Power Supply

Posted on Monday, March 06 2006 @ 0:17 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Fortron will launch a new power supply for graphics cards at CeBIT.

This VGA power supply fits into a 5.25" drive bay and provides up to 300W to graphics cards (25A on the +12V rail).
The product from FSP will activate automatically once the personal computer (PCs) is turned on and will be able to work with 100V – 240V volts power outlets. The power supply will have two 40mm cooling fans that will act depending on the temperature. Given the positioning of the product, the part is equipped with blue LEDs to fit into computers of enthusiasts who usually mod their PCs.
More details and photos at X-bit Labs.

It's a cool gimmick but I doubt this product will be useful.

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