To help you save money on your electricity bill, GX-F features a highly efficient design that surpasses the 80 PLUS standard's requirements.
First, GX-F’s LLC, DC-DC and Tri-Sense(3.3V, 5V, and 12V) design has been created to provide high-quality outputs, with an extremely tight 3% voltage regulation to deliver a stabler operation.
Second, it includes 105ºC Japanese main and standby capacitors to ensure that it will keep providing your computer with stable electrical supply for a long time.
GX-F has been designed and thoroughly tested to perform optimally in 50ºC working temperature environments.
The HDB technology further extends the fan's lifespan and reduces acoustic output from the PSU.
COUGAR 135mm Hydro-Dynamic-Bearing Fan
The internal 135mm HDB fan optimizes the balance between RPM and noise.
COUGAR Xformer: This high-frequency transformer reduces copper loss and adapts to rising temperatures, while its PQ-Type core further increases efficiency and reliability while keeping the temperature under control.
Streamlined PCB wave soldering: A precise board-to-board connection improves the GX-F’s internal structure, eliminating intermediate cables that produce electrical losses and further enhancing its efficiency.
Up to 91% efficiency power conversion to cut down your electricity bill
Connect only the cables you need for less clutter and better airflow
Hydro Dynamic Bearing Fan: Extended durability and lower noise levels
Advanced technology for noise minimization
Powerful performance at 50°C ambient temperature
DC to DC technology for enhanced voltage stability
Massive outputs for high power devices
Maximum safety for your key system components
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|Pin||24(20+4) Pins||8(4+4) Pins||4 Pins||5 Pins||8(6+2) Pins|
If the voltages fall below a certain tolerance value on the single lines, the PSU automatically switches off.
If the current on a single line is higher than indicated, the PSU automatically switches off.
In the case of a short-circuit, this feature prevents damage to the core components of the PSU and its System components.
If the voltages increase above a certain tolerance value on the single lines, the PSU automatically switches off.
If the temperature gets too high, the PSU automatically switches off.
If the system is oversized and requires more power from the PSU than it can provide, this protection function is activated.