Chinese Manufacturer Builds a 2000 Watt PSU

A Chinese manufacturer that goes by the name of 'Great Wall' has revealed its new 2000 W PSU. The unit, while not yet 80 Plus Gold certified, does have 80 Plus Gold qualifications, with the certificate coming later. It'll be known as the GW-EPS2000DA.

As mentioned, the PSU is capable of delivering up to 2000 W, however, this is only when it is connected into a 210 - 265 VAC plug. While it has support for inputs between 90 and 265 VAC, if it is connected between a 90-120 VAC line it'll push no more than 1600 W.

The unit features the standard 24-pin ATX connector, four 8-pin EPS connectors, eight 6+2-pin PCIe power connectors, nine Molex connectors, a dozen SATA power leads, and lastly, a classy floppy connector. The power supply itself is 20 cm long, and has a 140 mm fan to cool down its internals.

Great Wall is releasing the unit first in the greater China region, where it'll retail for an equivalent price of about $650.

 

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    Just curious if there is a practical application here or if this was just done for marketing hype.


    Dual hexacore, 3-4 gpu 12 HDD setups obviously.
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  • 438265 said:
    Just curious if there is a practical application here or if this was just done for marketing hype.


    Dual hexacore, 3-4 gpu 12 HDD setups obviously.
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