Spire launches the BlackDragon Power Supply line

/ 6 years ago

Getting a head start on the Chinese New Year (Monday January 23), Spire has launched a new line of power supplies called BlackDragon.

Aimed at enthusiasts and gamers, this new power supply comes in three version – 400W, 500W and 600W – is fully ATX Version 2.3 specification compliant and supports the newest Intel & AMD dual core .64 & .45 process multi-core micro-processors.

The advanced circuit design with better Japanese grade A components featured inside the PSU and the 4-way SLI / Crossfire support will give efficient power for your system.

Although being non-modular, the BlackDragon does offer black sleeved cables and black EZ-Connector as well as EMI shielded VGA/HDD power connectors.

The black exterior is contrasted by the cool-blue LED 120 mm Auto PMW silent DC fan which will remain silent during operation with only 10.0 dBA (under  250W up to 45C).

The top model (600W) features two +12V rails with 22A on +12V1 and 30A on +12V2. It has a single 24-pin ATX connector, four molex plugs, a single 4+4 pin connector, four SATA connectors and two 6+2 pin PCI-E connectors. Efficiency level is claimed to be 86% with up to 30% less power consumption.

Now available through select resellers and e-tailers the BlackDragon is available for the price of approximately $80 for the 400W; $96 for the 500W and $140 for the 600W.

Source: HotHardware


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