Fractal Design Builds Modular Integra PSU
Fractal Design has built a new PSU with partially modular cabling.
Fractal Design announced a new PSU – the Integra M. This series of power supplies is based on the original Integra series, but it has modular cables. These power supplies are a value offering from Fractal Design; they are built to be used with workstations and mid-tier gaming computers.
The PSUs will come out in variants with power ratings ranging from 450W to 750W, in 100W increments. All the units are 80 Plus Bronze certified. A 120 mm fan provides cooling.
A key feature of the units is that they're just 140 mm in length. A handful of cases don't support very long PSUs, so having a short PSU with a modular cable set can make building in such cramped spaces a little easier.
Fractal design has given the units a three-year warranty and equipped the Integra M PSUs with all the safety features that we've come to expect from a modern-day power supply, including OPP, OVP, UVP, SCP, and OCP. The company didn't say who manufactures the PSU, though we suspect it is built by HEC. (Update: We've reached out to Fractal Design, and found that the PSUs are made by ATNG)
US MSRP pricing ranges from $54.99 to $84.99, where each $10 will give you 100 additional watts.