Asus released the ROG Thor 1600W Titanium power supply with GaN-FETs

In addition to the 80+ Titanium energy efficiency certificate, the power supply is Cybenetics’ Lambda A ++ certified for silence.

Asus gave its first taste of the upcoming ROG Thor power supply as early as last fall when it announced it would support PCI Express 5.0’s new 16-pin auxiliary power connector. Now the company has also released a power supply, which at the same time revealed other interesting new features.

According to the company, the Asus ROG Thor 1600W Titanium is the world’s quietest 1600 watt power supply. One of its secrets is digitally controlled Gallium Nitride MOSFETs that improve power supply efficiency. As the name suggests, the power supply is 80 Plus Titanium certified and even clearly exceeds the standard requirements. The included 16-pin PCIe auxiliary power connector is configured to allow a maximum power consumption of 600 watts.

The power supply is kept quiet compared to typical competitors with even double the area and a 135 mm PWM-controlled fan. The fan will only start when the power supply load exceeds 50% of its capacity. Real-time consumption can also be conveniently viewed on the OLED display on the side of the power supply. In terms of audio output, Asus has netted Cybenetics’ Lambda A ++ certification for its power supply; according to the product pages of the power supply, its maximum noise output would be a paltry 20 dB. The ROG logo on the side of the Thor and the Thor trim angle are RGB-lit and controllable via Aura Sync.

Unfortunately, Asus did not disclose power supply pricing at this time. The ROG Thor 1600W Titanium is guaranteed for 10 years.

Source: Asus


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