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Old 18th April 2012, 08:18   #1
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Default Galaxy Intros Alloy Series Entry-Level PSUs

Galaxy introduced its Alloy series of entry-level PSUs for gaming PCs. These include two models to begin with, the Alloy PG-400, and Alloy PG-350. The PG-400 offers continuous output of 400W, with maximum output of 450W, while the PG-350 offers 350W continuous and 400W maximum power outputs. Both models offer switching efficiency over 80%, that makes it worthy of 80 Plus (white) rating. Both models feature dual-forward switching topology, with active PFC. The PSUs are also designed with 130 mm YL fans with oil-free nano-bearings that work to reduce noise and increase life. The PSUs pack just enough cabling for single graphics card PCs, they include 6+2 pin PCIe power cables, and 4+4 pin ATX/EPS power cables. More information is awaited.
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