06/08/2023 at 07:45 by Maurice Riebling – Manufacturer Deepcool has announced a new power supply product range. At the start there are three models with the same features and different performance classes.
Three new power supplies will complement Deepcool’s product range in the future. They are part of the new PX-G product range and come in three different performance classes. The ATX 3.0 certification ensures extensive compatibility, which means that older and newer hardware can be supplied with power without any problems.
Visually, the Deepcool PX-G line comes without frills. Only a light blue accent adorns the logo on the fan, on the side as well as the power button and dedicated 12VHPWR connector, which is available for PCI Express 5.0 hardware. The right cable is equipped with 16AWG wires and can supply particularly power-hungry graphics cards with up to 600 watts. In addition to the dedicated 12VHPWR connection, the fully modular power supplies are joined by two EPS and three PCI Express.
As for the inner values, Deepcool advertises a topology that includes two Japanese 105C main capacitors. This could bring the holding time under full load to over ≥ 16ms. The different power classes meanwhile amount to 850 watts, 1,000 watts and 1,200 watts. Among other things, there is certification according to 80 Plus Gold. In addition, the PX-G power supplies were also tested by Cybenetics and the certifications according to ETA Gold, LAMBDA A, Standard++ and Standard+ were obtained. As a side note, Deepcool also mentions a silent fan mode for silent operation.
For the local availability of the power supplies in the color variants black and white, the manufacturer only speaks of “soon”. The prices are more specific. A recommended retail price of 159.99 euros is given for the Deepcool PX850G, the PX1000G is offered at an RRP of 179.99 euros, while the PX1200G is listed here at 219.99 euros. There is a 10-year guarantee on all models.