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XFX adds 1,000+ Watt PSUs to Its ProSeries

The ProSeries offers a full modular design, 135mm fan and features XFX's EasyRail technology. The 1250W is rated at 104A on its 12+V, while the 1050W is rated at 87A and the 1000W comes in at 83A. The ProSeries comes packed with protection sensors, including active Power Factor Correction (PFC), Total Power Protection (OPP), Over Voltage Protection (OVP), Over Current Protection (OCP), Short Circuit Protection (SCP), and Over Temperature Protection (OTP).

The new ProSeries power supplies introduces SolidLink Technology. The SolidLink has the pin lag that directly connects to the connector daughter board, where traditional modulars have a bundle of cables that are connected to the connector daughter board. The design reduces lost wattage & heat generated by wires and draws less wall power.

The new ProSeries comes with a 5 year warranty. To learn more about the new XFX ProSeries power supplies, visit the product page.

  • Wow. Pretty damn cool. Any word on the pricing?
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  • Josh5890
    It's parts like these that make me wish I had $6,000 to spend on a God-like rig
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  • kjsfnkwl
    1000w platinum rating sounds pretty intense. I only wish that XFX would bring back it's lime green color scheme. I miss those lime green gts 250s.
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  • tecmo34
    ImThat1GuyWow. Pretty damn cool. Any word on the pricing?Newegg has the 1000W listed at $269.99 & the 1250W at $299.99
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  • hunter315
    Looks like they are going to be selling some Seasonic X-1050s and X-1250 along with the Platinum-1000. Should be solid units, the Seasonic X series has done quite well, i expect the two new models will as well.
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  • bobusboy
    tecmo34Newegg has the 1000W listed at $269.99 & the 1250W at $299.99
    That's actually really reasonable for a high end and effecent 1000+
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  • lp231
    Some 1K watt PSU uses a different type of power cord, such as this Antec 1200
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817371039
    Are these types better than those standard ones we use all the time?
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  • hetneo
    Josh5890It's parts like these that make me wish I had $6,000 to spend on a God-like rigI pay your 6 and raise for 6 more ;)
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  • nikorr
    Price is equal to the quality.
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  • hetneo
    lp231Some 1K watt PSU uses a different type of power cord, such as this Antec 1200http://www.newegg.com/Product/Prod 6817371039Are these types better than those standard ones we use all the time?Nope they are same, it's different cords for different countries. The one you provided is very odd tbh. For EU plugs those prongs should be rotated for 90 degrees, for UK middle prong should be rotated, for US it should be female connector on PSU and this is male connector. I don't know what type of plug that is, but all are the same performance wise. Only difference is with US 110V compared to 230V.
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