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Gigabyte Gives Us A Glimpse Of Two New Power Supplies

Gigabyte,known for making some the best motherboards in the PC hardware game also manufacture PC peripherals, graphic cards. What I didn't know which admittedly is a bad job on my part,Gigabyte also manufactures power supplies. When you think of power supplies the first thing brand that comes to mind is Corsair,  Thermaltake and host of other brands that needs no mentioning. With that said, Gigabyte gives us PC builders a glimpse of two new power supplies, G750H and B700.

Both models have a 80 Plus rating with wattage's measuring  at 750W and 700 respectively. Both the G750H and B700H are based on the ATX form factor and uses a semi modular design that has 24-pin ATX and 8-pin CPU power cables that is permanently attached too the power supply itself while the other cables are fully modular for all other connections. Gigabyte will use a black flat  individually sleeved cables which will make it so much easier for system builders too hide and route cables behind your motherboard tray,it will definitely add improvement to airflow within your chassis.

Both models will support SLI and CrossFire multi-GRAPHIC cards setups, the G750H specifically will use Japanese capacitors,each power supply will have MTBF of 100,000 hours, with a five year warranty. Users can install up too two eight pin PCI-e,five SATA power,three Molex, and one floppy power connector. Both power supplies will have the same configurable power supply cables.

The G750H model has up to 90% efficiency (80 + Plus Gold), uses a 140mm temp controlled fan with double ball bearing that has 50,000 hr life cycle, its perfect for reducing noise levels while internal components are kept cool. This particular model has a single rail design that has a 12V rail rated at 62amps. Meanwhile the B700H has up to 85% efficiency (80+ Bronze). Its fan is much smaller at 120mm it also has double ball bearings with 50,000 hr life cycle and is temp controlled as well. This model also uses a single 12V rail that tops out at 54amps.

There is no reports even from Gigabyte of price and market availability. When price and release date is available, I will most certainly alert your readers via social media.

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