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|7th April 2005, 12:39||#1|
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"Power Watcher" Gain full control of your system by observing the power consumption!
Sirtec, one of the biggest OEM power supply manufacturers, recently introduced the Power Watcher. The company's dedication to building state of the art power supplies has resulted in this finely tuned addition to its range of High Quality and Low Noise power supplies.
The PW-480 enables high performance users to precisely monitor the power consumption. The clear LED display allows the user to operate the system to it's full potential by observing the real-time power consumption at any time. Sirtec offers a powerfull 480Watt dual-fan power supply with the reliability, consistency, and the often praised low noise level High Power stands for.
The Power Watcher with Active PFC is fully compatible with Intel Pentium 4 and latest AMD athlon XP PC systems. It comes with an extra 20-to-24pin adaptor cable, making it suitable for most motherboards. The PW-480 unit uses the High Power intelligent fan speed control, with built-in temperature sensor, and utilizes a smart cable management sleeve for an effective airflow. This generates the necessary cooling and effectively reduces the noise level.
This 'High Power' unit includes 9 'Easy-to-extract' peripheral, 2 Serial ATA, 2 floppy drive, 4pin 12V and 3pin fan speed monitors connectors, making it a must have for high end users. The Power watcher fits in a 5.25" drive bay and is packed in an individual colour box, including power cord, mounting screws and user manual.
Sirtec Europe BV
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