Gigabyte combines a color screen with a lavish 1,200 watt power supply

Semi-passive mode, higher efficiency and easy-to-handle cables are examples of requests that can arise in discussions about power supplies without offending. Requests for a large LCD screen are probably not as common, but Gigabyte ignores it and now presents nätdelen Aorus P1200W. As the name reveals, it is a unit in the power class 1,200 watts and certified according to 80 Plus Platinum.

However, the most prominent degree of the power supply is the relatively large color screen that is visible on the side of the unit. However, Gigabyte is not the first with the slightly odd combination and Asus equipped, for example, ROG-labeled power supplies with OLED screen already in 2018. However, these were model smaller, monochrome and intended to show the power output. Judging from the image, Gigabyte’s angular screen is approximately 120 × 45 mm in size, area that can be used to display text, images, power outlets and videos. This is done in unknown resolution, but in color.

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However, this is not a screen that can be used as an inflexible primary or secondary screen. What is to be displayed is managed via a USB cable and through the RGB Fusion 2.0 software, which can also control or switch off the power supply’s built-in RGB lighting. Otherwise, it is a lavish product of fully modular cut, equipped with a 140 mm large cooling fan that stands still at loads up to 240 watts. Gigabyte also presses for the fan to spin backwards at start-up, which should draw dust from the power supply unit and the fan.

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The outer dimensions are relatively compact 160 × 150 × 86 mm (D × W × H) and on the side for connections you can see, as expected, a plethora of connectors for four PCI Express, dual EPS, four SATA, the mandatory 24-pin cable, and two cables for Molex. Aorus P1200W comes with a 10-year warranty, but price and availability in store are unknown details at the time of writing.

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