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Great Wall reveals a 2000W PSU

Posted on Monday, September 16 2013 @ 17:24:30 CEST by


TechPowerUp reports Chinese PSU OEM Great Wall has introduced the GW-EPS2000DA, a new power supply capable of outputting up to 2000W! The unit has a 20cm long ATX form factor, it has a 140mm fan and features 80Plus Gold certification. It complies with EPS 2.92 and supports the new low-power C-states of Intel's Haswell processor. Currently exclusively available in China, this power supply is sold for 3,998 yuan, or about US$654.
Its maximum power output, however, depends on its input voltage. When plugged into 90 - 120VAC lines (US, Japan, Canada, etc.,) it caps out at 1600W. When plugged into 210 - 265VAC lines (EMEAI, Greater China, etc.,) it belts out its maximum 2000W. Connectivity on this fully-modular PSU includes a 24-pin ATX, four (that's right, four) 8-pin EPS connectors (which can each be split to two 4-pin connectors); eight 6+2 pin PCIe connectors, nine 4-pin Molex, twelve SATA, and one 4-pin Berg connectors.
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