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HDPLEX Introduces World’s Smallest ATX Power Supply

Perfect for a small, fanless desktop PC, and you can utilize 2 in sync for double the power.

HDPLEX is understood for its fanless PC cases, however the business simply introduced the world’s tiniest ATX power supply to match them.

The HDPLEX 250W passive GaN AIO (All-In-One) ATX PSU(Opens in a brand-new window) (through FanlessTech(Opens in a brand-new window)) utilizes what the business refers to as “cutting-edge GaN (gallium nitride) technology” to accomplish its little size. Determining simply 170-by-50-by-25mm, the slim profile PSU utilizes a complete aluminum alloy body to assist it rapidly dissipate heat without requirement of a fan.

Using a GaN chip enabled HDPLEX to break the 1W per cubic centimeter barrier, accomplishing 1.18W per cubic centimeter. As an included reward it’s likewise totally modular, which is extremely preferable in compact PC develops where area is at a premium.

HDPLEX world's smallest ATX PSU


HDPLEX likewise made it possible to sync 2 of these PSUs within a PC utilizing a cable television consisted of in package. It suggests a quiet 500W PC develop is possible, or one PSU can be concentrated on offering power to a graphics card while the other deals with power tasks for the remainder of the parts.

Decreasing the size of the power supply didn’t come at the expense of effectiveness. HDPLEX declares 94% effectiveness at complete load while pleasing the Level V Energy Performance requirement(Opens in a brand-new window). The capacity for vibration sound while operating has actually likewise been gotten rid of through using a unibody flat transformer.

The PSU is presently noted as out of stock, however HDPLEX states stock is anticipated for United States clients at some time in June. The small power supply costs $145, however complimentary shipping is used worldwide. Consisted of in package together with the PSU is that formerly pointed out sync cable television along with 5 other basic cable televisions for offering power to various parts connected to your motherboard.

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