Super Flower's new Titanium PSUs can push up to 1600 W, beating the competition by a good 100 watt margin.
Editor's Note: While Computex took place last week and all of the news announcements are behind us, we're still sorting through hundreds of in-person meetings and demonstrations, picking out just a few more of the most interesting items we saw up close.
Super Flower showcased its new 1600 W 80-Plus Titanium power supply at Computex 2014 in Taipei last week.
This power supply comes in response to Corsair's 1500 W Titanium AX1500i PSU, and is now the world's most powerful PSU, with an 80-Plus Titanium certificate, according to a Super Flower spokesperson.
Super Flower has built the power supply to be fully modular, so all the cables can be removed as desired. It also comes with a massive fan. With the high efficiency rating of around 94 percent, it won't have to work very hard to keep itself cool.
Super Flower is also the ODM (Original Design Manufacturer) for a number of other vendors, so we will be seeing this same power supply underneath other companies' logos. For example, EVGA's 1600 W Titanium PSU is this exact unit, with nothing more than a couple of aesthetic changes.
Unfortunately, pricing for the unit was not available. It will hit the market in the coming months in both white and black.