Corsair introduced the new Corsair Gaming Series Power Supplies. The Gaming Series PSUs feature a single +12V rail and provide up to 65A of power. The PSUs have an ultra-quiet, dual ball-bearing fan that automatically adjusts its speed according to temperature. The entire family is 80 PLUS certified to deliver 80% efficiency or higher. The series features three models: the GS800 ($119.99), the GS700 ($109.99), and the GS600 ($99.99).
Corsair Announces New Line of Power Supply Units
– Corsair’s Gaming Series PSUs Offered in 600W, 700W, and 800W Models –
Fremont, California — September 14, 2010 — Corsair®, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the Corsair Gaming Series™ Power Supplies. These PSUs are an ideal price-performance solution for building or upgrading a gaming PC.
The Gaming Series PSUs feature a single +12V rail, providing up to 65A of reliable, continuous power for multi-core gaming PCs with single or multiple graphics cards. The ultra-quiet, dual ball-bearing fan automatically adjusts its speed according to temperature, so it will never intrude on your music and games. Tri-color LEDs illuminate the transparent fan blades with blue, red, or white at your command; they can be turned off at the press of a button. (The GS600 features only blue LEDs). The entire family is 80 PLUS® certified to deliver 80% efficiency or higher at normal load conditions, generating a minimal amount of excess heat.
“The matte black finish and illuminated fans make the Gaming Series PSUs the ideal complement for your gaming rig,” stated Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager of Components at Corsair. “Whether you choose the 600, 700, or 800 watt model, you’ll have the clean, efficient power to create the best gaming PC — yours.”
The Corsair Gaming Series GS800 is available for a suggested retail price of $119.99 (US). The GS700 and GS600 have suggested retail prices of $109.99 (US) and $99.99 (US), respectively. The Corsair Gaming Series power supplies will be available from Corsair-authorized storefronts worldwide. Images can be downloaded here.
For more information on Corsair Gaming Series PSUs, please visit the Power Supplies section of our web site.
Since the impetus of allowing tri-color LED selection is to customize the color scheme, it would be nice if the PSU label came in different colors or was either neutral with gray or white lettering.
Kinda like toilet paper :)
Dont really care what color it is, as long as it performs well under pressure, handles loads efficiently and I dont pay much attention to it until it is time to change it out:P
I am begining to become a big fan of Corsair, they make quality products and have a simple professional look as well!
havnt used any of their power suppys, but love their cpu coolers
Sounds like the a regular Corsair power supply just with illuminated fan blades. I don's know how these stack up against the HX series or the TX series?
Well, if you think about it all power supplies sound the same... but that doesn't mean they are.
Animator: "Kinda like toilet paper :) "
I like your thinking :P
Also animator, jturnbull cares for the color :D. His build is built to match :)
the type of toilet paper is very important you dont want it to be to rought but you dont want it to be to soft. lol
fat78:toilet paper is very important you dont want it to be to rought but you dont want it to be to soft
Don't want it to be "John Wayne Toilet Paper" that stuff is rough as hell and don't take crap off of anybody!
The PSU,......Why does it only have one 12V rail?
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