Chinese PSU Vendor “Great Wall” Unveil 2000W Power Supply

/ 3 years ago


Expreview reports that Chinese power supply vendor Great Wall has launched a mammoth 2000W power supply unit. The power supply is 20cm long, uses the ATX form factor and conforms to the EPS 2.92 standard. It allows for an input voltage of between 90 and 265 volts. If used with 90 to 120 VAC lines it can offer 1600W but used with 210-265 VAC lines it can manage its maximum 2000W. The unit is rated for 80 Plus Gold efficiency and supports Haswell low power C states.

What’s really quite amazing is that the fully modular design includes four 8 pin EPS connectors and a 24 pin – designed for dual socket motherboards. Each of those 8 pins can also be split into 4+4. There are also eight 6+2 pin PCIe connectors, nine molex connectors, 12 SATAs and a lonesome single floppy connector. Cooling is provided by a 140mm temperature controlled fan.

The Great Wall 2000W PSU will be sold initially in China for 3998 Yuan which converts into $653 USD, £410 GBP, €488 Euros or $673 Canadian Dollars at current exchange rates. There were no details on when Europe and North America might see such a product, and whether it would come under the Great Wall branding or under that of a more familiar vendor.

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  • Valeriu Steel Rod Crainic

    Even if you build a tank of a computer with 4-way SLI/Crossfire, 5 HDD’s and 2 physical processors the consumption doesn’t go that high. Interesting creation but highly debatable who needs it, and especially who will buy it.

    • Felix

      a 3960x and 4 titans get to about 1600w, so 2 cpus and maybe some TEC chillers could get the consumption up this high, but it is definitely still a very niche product

  • DEcobra11

    It’s cheaper to buy 3x 750W PSUs…