Antec shows off High Current Pro Platinum 1000W at CeBIT

Posted on Wednesday, Mar 07 2012 @ 20:36 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Lab501 shot some photographs of the Antec High Current Pro Platinum 1000W power supply at CeBIT. The company had a special model with acrylic windows on display, so visitors could see the interior of the power supply. The unit is made by Delta Electronics and features a quad-rail 12V design with a max of 40A on each rail.
Antec's exhibit featured a special body retrofitted with acrylic windows so visitors could see its innards, the retail version will obviously have a full-metal body, and a 135 mm fan in its right place, to keep the unit cool. The HCP Platinum 1000W features a quad-12V rail design, with four 40A rails. The unit features completely modular cabling, including for the 24-pin ATX and dual 8-pin EPS connectors. There's sufficient cabling for even 4-way setups.

Source: TPU

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