Since being acquired by OCZ Technology earlier this year, PC Power & Cooling seems to be churning out more enthusiast-oriented power supplies. The latest of those PSUs is the PC Power & Cooling Turbo-Cool 1200, which OCZ unveiled today.
As its name indicates, the Turbo-Cool 1200 is rated for maximum power output of 1200W (1.2kW). The meat of that capacity comes from a single, ultra-powerful 12V rail that's rated for maximum output of 90A, or 1080W. The unit also delivers on the efficiency front with a rating of 83%, and on the connectivity front with no fewer than six PCI Express power connectors and 15 drive connectors (six Serial ATA, eight Molex, and one floppy connector).
If that's not enough to impress you, OCZ says the Turbo-Cool 1200's warranty coverage extends to a full seven years. Don't plan on squeezing the unit into a silent PC, though: it's cooled by a single exhaust fan that's rated for noise levels of 32 to 44dBA.
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