The new PSUs are the NeoPower 650 and NeoPower 650 Blue, and as their names indicate, they're both rated for 650W of power output. The former is cooled by a single 80mm fan, while the latter has a bottom-mounted 120mm fan that's also outfitted with a blue LED. Cooling differences aside, the two units feature 85% efficiency ratings, active power factor correction, triple +12V output circuits, and modular cabling.
Antec says it's pricing the NeoPower 650 and NeoPower 650 Blue in the $169.95-179.95 range. Both units are already available through major retailers and e-tailers, the company says, and they're both covered by a five-year warranty.
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