Gigabyte has introduced a new power supply called the GP-AP1200PM. As the name suggests, it is a 1200 watt model. More striking is that it has an integrated display, with which it also surpasses the variants of the competition.
An integrated display in a power supply is no longer a first. Asus has the ROG Thor 1200W (review), and Cooler Master also has a model. Gigabytes model, however, has a digital display that can do much more than display numbers and gifs. Via Gigabytes software you can also show your own choice, full-color images, text and even MP4s. Presumably it will be an 8-bit panel, the size and other specifications are unknown.
The modular cables are black and flat, unfortunately they will not be braided cables. With a length of 160 millimeters, it is relatively compact for an atx power supply. With the platinum efficiency and 140 millimeter fan, it will also be quite quiet. Unfortunately, the manufacturer does not say anything about sound production, and there is also no information about the suggested retail price, warranty and availability.
|Format||ATX, 150 x 160 x 86 mm|
|Efficiency||80 Plus Platinum|
|MTBF||> 100,000 hours|
|Ventilator||140mm, double ball bearing|
|Type of cables||modular, flat|
|Connections||2 x 4+4-pins EPS|
|10 x 8+2-pin PCIe|
|16 x SATA|
|2 x floppy|
Source: Hardware Info Compleet by nl.hardware.info.
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