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Club3D Reveals Two New 80 Plus Gold PSUs

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Club3D announces two 80 Plus Gold PSUs, one of which can deliver up to 1000 W.

Club3D has launched two new PSUs, one that can push up to 700 W and the other up to 1000 W. Both PSUs are 80 Plus Gold certified. The model numbers are CSP-D700CG for the 700 W unit and CSP-X1000CG for the 1000 W unit.

The units both feature four 12 V rails. The 700 W units can provide up to 30 A; the 1000 W unit will push 36 A. Club3D has also fitted the units with large blue or green fans, as well as a semi-modular wiring configuration. Because they are 80 Plus Gold certified, they feature an efficiency of up to 92 percent.

The units should already be hitting shelves any moment now.

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    Unolocogringo , November 27, 2013 3:42 PM
    those are terrible specs. Extreme el-cheapo units.
    30A x12v =360watts 12v on a 700watt power supply
    36a x12v = 432watts 12v on a 1000 watt power supply.
    My GS 600 produces 572 watts on the 12v line.
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    m32 , November 27, 2013 4:04 PM
    This is why you should only buy name brand PSU. Someone should regulate PSUs. This is the face of "false advertisement." I feel bad for the person who buys this because your not getting 700-1000w worth of power.... unless you like alot of 5v
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    anort3 , November 27, 2013 4:39 PM
    Those specs are incorrect.

    The 700w unit has 4 x 30a rails with a max of 54 amps or 648 watts on the 12v rail.

    The 1000w unit has 4 x 36a rails with a max of 83 amps or 996 watts on the 12v rail.

    Both units and all Club 3D units use Andyson as their OEM.
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    chumly , November 27, 2013 5:37 PM
    From what I see, their OEM, Andyson Power, makes a damn good PSU.
    http://assets.vr-zone.net/13086/DSC02539.JPG

    The build and construction of them is not cheap. Large heatsinks and quality components.

    That being said, I still don't want to be the guinea pig, I'll wait for johnnyguru or hardwaresecrets to break these two apart and run the numbers.

    However, glad to see a company making quality components instead of cheap ones.
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    chumly , November 27, 2013 5:41 PM
    If you guys want to check out some of their other PSU's to make a comparison check out this page: http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page6989.htm

    Keep in mind, they haven't tested any of them with a higher rating than silver yet.
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    ginjaninja7 , November 28, 2013 11:58 PM
    club cheap....
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    iam2thecrowe , November 29, 2013 1:41 AM
    hopefully these psu's are more reliable than their video cards. ill stick to proven brands like antec, seasonic or corsair. no reason not to.
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    Unolocogringo , November 30, 2013 3:58 AM
    Quote:
    Those specs are incorrect.

    The 700w unit has 4 x 30a rails with a max of 54 amps or 648 watts on the 12v rail.

    The 1000w unit has 4 x 36a rails with a max of 83 amps or 996 watts on the 12v rail.

    Both units and all Club 3D units use Andyson as their OEM.


    My original post was made according to the specs in the article.
    Will have to wait for legit reviews on them to make further opinions.

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    anort3 , November 30, 2013 9:52 AM
    Quote:
    Quote:
    Those specs are incorrect.

    The 700w unit has 4 x 30a rails with a max of 54 amps or 648 watts on the 12v rail.

    The 1000w unit has 4 x 36a rails with a max of 83 amps or 996 watts on the 12v rail.

    Both units and all Club 3D units use Andyson as their OEM.


    My original post was made according to the specs in the article.
    Will have to wait for legit reviews on them to make further opinions.



    I was correcting the article by posting the correct specs.