This new distribution concept is linked to a completely modular design with flat cabling, and we will have four variants. We are starting from 750W to 1200W of power for the most demanding gaming equipment on the market.
Carrying an 80 PLUS Gold energy certificate (up to 90% energy efficiency), the RMx SHIFT series power supplies are patent pending for their innovative design.
“The new lateral position of the panel provides a clear view and better access to all the modular connections.
This makes it easier to connect and disconnect the cables, as well as their own maintenance. It also means that they do not bend or twist as much, which generates less tension and a more refined assembly”.
Beyond the design, we are dealing with a high-end power supply. That is why it uses 100% Japanese electrolytic capacitors. To the 80 PLUS Gold certificate, we add the Cybenetics Gold in efficiency (up to 89%) and Cybenetics A in loudness. This is due to the use of a 140mm PWM fan. This promises a loudness of 25 dBA at 100% load. And as low as 5 dBA at up to 80% load. Up to 50% load, Zero RPM mode works, so it works passively.
The new ATX 3.0 standard required for high reliability and energy efficiency could not be missing. In addition to the latest PCIe 5.0 connector for GPUs (12VHPWR). This allows up to 600W of power to be delivered over a single cable to NVIDIA GeForce RTX 40 Series GPUs.
Regarding models, it all starts with the RM750x SHIFT. As its name suggests, it offers up to 750W power and a +12v line of 62.5A. Its price is 175.90 euros. The RM850x SHIFT (70.8A) sees its price increase to 191.90 euros.
Finally, the RM1000x SHIFT and RM1200x SHIFT (83.3A / 100A) go on sale for 241.90 and 285.90 euros, respectively.
All RMx SHIFT series power supplies are backed by no less than a 10-year warranty. This guarantees that we are dealing with a high-quality product.
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