Mushkin Announces XP-800AP 800W Power Supply Unit

"Gamers, Enthusiasts Can Harness Power to Push System Limits"

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Mushkin, a global leader in high-performance and system specific computer products, today announced the release of the XP-800AP 800W power supply unit (PSU). The XP-800AP provides gamers and enthusiasts with ample power to push multi-CPU and multi-GPU systems to their limits. 


“We’re thrilled to bring this extremely versatile unit to the gamer and enthusiast markets whose users will definitely appreciate the increased performance,” said Brian Flood, Mushkin’s director of product development. “With class-leading +12V output, an extensive feature set, and the latest connector standards, the XP-800AP can provide power across multiple platform generations for years to come.” 

The XP-800AP unit provides a comprehensive set of features including active PFC, 110-240V input, VersaPlug modular cabling, four PCIe cables with 6/8-pin adaptable connectors, user-selectable single +12V rail/quad +12V rail, 900W peak power, thermally controlled 135mm fan, 64A output at +12V, EPS 2.91 support, and industrial-grade components. 

The XP-800AP PSU is immediately available through the web store and authorized resellers and distributors. The unit is backed by a generous 5-year limited warranty and Mushkin’s industry-leading technical support personnel. More information can be found at the product page.


Seems to be the month of performance power supplies, Please do comment on our forums.

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02-02-2008, 00:57:39

WOW! all those pieces look like you just started your own parts house.

I am looking forward to seeing how all those hoses will fit.

02-02-2008, 03:28:08

Thats one serious PC!

02-02-2008, 03:49:01

I am speachless.

02-02-2008, 04:49:52

Nice! i bet that thing will go like stink..
I wonder what sort of fsbs you can get out the board?

02-02-2008, 06:23:25

Mr. Smith
So glad he abandoned tri-sli, this looks like a shexy rig :D

02-02-2008, 10:03:42

Lots of lovely shiney parts going on there.

Pretty scary looking at the dd hd setup, with the tube under it lol. Looks awesome tho.

More pics, I beg of u.

02-02-2008, 10:08:36


Pretty scary looking at the dd hd setup, with the tube under it lol. Looks awesome tho.

Yeh i'm a little cautious about that myself, gonna change that tubing to 7/16" and get some clips on it though so it should be good.

Will be modding the roof to accommodate a 360mm rad over the weekend and then it's just a case of waiting for the side panels to come back from laser cutters before getting the outsides powder coated orange!! (RAL 2009 to be exact)

Stay tuned! :D

02-02-2008, 12:54:06

looks sweet :D

cant wait to see the finished product

what colour is he going to be having his water in the loops?

02-02-2008, 13:24:52

Gonna be using Feser 1 Black in all 3 loops but then 3 different coloured helix coils to seperate them.

Bright Orange


02-02-2008, 14:10:03

OMG!!! im nursing a semi looking at that :rolleyes:

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