CeBIT 2007 Coverage: Part 2. Page 3
[03/20/2007 09:41 AM | Other]
by Anton Shilov
The CeBIT show goes on and today we can share some information about the new technologies and products that are showcased here. Today we took a look at Nvidia’s DirectX 10 offering for mobile computers, we also saw at the world’s first 2000W (2kW) power supply, OCZ’s 1400MHz (1.40GHz) memory, Samsung's external Blu-ray disk drive and some other interesting devices that are coming to the market.
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The Endless Power: 2kW Power Supply Coming Close
For typical personal computer three hundred watts of power is more than enough. But hardcore computer enthusiasts and users of the latest hardware tend to want more advanced power supply units (PSUs). While the actual need of power is much less than manufacturers offer, they continue to ramp up the power of their PSUs.
Topower, a leading maker of power supply units, showcased its 2000W (2kW) PSU at CeBIT show in Hannover. 2kW is so big that it cannot be installed into a typical computer case and Topower decided to release it as an external PSU, probably with the aim to ship several hundreds of units worldwide to extreme overclockers and companies who may need 2kW PSUs for testing purposes and do not care about computer visual design and look.
The price of the unit is something that spokespeople for the company are not talking about, however, they are sure that the manufacturer will release the part at the end of April.
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