OCZ shows off TurboCool PSU with pots

Posted on Saturday, Jun 07 2008 @ 02:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
OCZ had a cool new power supply with big potentiometers from PC Power & Cooling on display at Computex.
Forget all this power management stuff on your mainboard, what you want is some big juicy knobs to twiddle and custom length cabling made to order.

And that exactly what you get with the OCZ TurboCool 1200 professional PSU, a PSU that let’s you control all the important rails using some big-ass potentiometers and, when you order one, you can even specify the length of all the cabling too. These monsters are, according to OCZ, in use in many tech labs already and will very soon be available for the PC enthusiast to order up.

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Re: OCZ shows off TurboCool PSU with pots
by Anonymous on Saturday, Jun 07 2008 @ 02:49 CEST
PC Power Silencer 900-1000 with 140mm cooling, modular lines and 2% regulation and then we'd be talking :)