November 29, 2023
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XPG presents its new power supply FUSION 1600 TITANIUM

XPG presents its new power supply FUSION 1600 TITANIUM

XPG, a renowned provider of systems, components, and peripherals to gamers, esports professionals, and technology enthusiasts, officially announced its new FUSION 1600 TITANIUM power supply, designed with Delta Electronics to redefine the power supply market. and offer enthusiast audiences the most powerful and efficient ATX 3.0 certified power supply to date.

As its name suggests, the new XPG FUSION 1600 TITANIUM power supply is 80 Plus Titanium Efficiency Certified, the highest rating within the 80 Plus Efficiency Certification, thanks to its efficiency of up to 94.3% at 50% loads. its capacity, and 93.75% when using 100% of its capacity.

To achieve this high efficiency, ADATA uses 100% Japanese capacitors, gallium nitride transistors, and an exclusive company-patented flat transformer that not only reduces energy losses during power transformation, but also reduces footprint. used by the main transformer compared to traditional sources, and thus improve the air flow inside. As if all this was not enough, a 100% digital control circuit is also used, made up of three microcontrollers that monitor and make real-time adjustments to the power transformation circuit, always ensuring stable power delivery to your components.

2 12VHPWR connectors to take your next generation graphics to the maximum

The XPG FUSION TITANIUM 1600W is equipped with two 12VHPWR connectors, allowing you to get the most out of next-generation graphics cards without worrying about power consumption. In addition, to take care of the hardware with which it is used, this power supply has OVP, OCP, OPP, OTP, UVP, SCP, NLO, and SIP protections, ensuring that under no circumstances will your hardware be damaged by external electrical factors. . In support of your confidence in the manufacturing quality of this power supply, XPG offers a 12-year warranty on this new FUSION TITANIUM 1600W, making it clear that your components will be safe with this new power supply.

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