New Generation ASUS U-75HA Power Supply with 80 PLUS Certification

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In order to cater to users who require a stable and energy conserving power supply, ASUS, world-leading producer of top-notch power apparatus, has unveiled the new ASUS U-75HA power supply. The U-75HA delivers an outstandingly durable lifespan of 200000 hours – double that of normal power supplies; and is also equipped with four +12V rails and four PCI-E 6+2 pin connectors to provide support for high end graphic cards. The U-75HA is part of ASUS’ U-Series of power supplies – incorporating Active PFC for improved voltage stability and environmentally friendly power delivery. What’s more, all of ASUS’ U-Series power supplies are 80 PLUS certified in accordance to the EPA’s Energy Star 4.0 standard for computers.
 
Enhanced Durability for Ultra Long Lifespans
With the use of quality components and top of the line engineering, the ASUS U-75HA power supply delivers a MTBF (Mean Time Before Failure) lifespan of 200000 hours – double that of most power supplies – allowing users to utilize the U-75HA with ease of mind.

ASUS U-75HA80 PLUS Certification for Great Energy Efficiency
All of the ASUS U-Series power supplies (inclusive of the U-75HA) are fully 80 PLUS certified and offer users up to 86% power efficiency. The 80 PLUS standard is aligned to the power-supply requirements in the EPA's Energy Star 4.0 standard for computers.

Enhanced Stability to Deliver Steady Power
Equipped with accurate power ratings to deliver their full rated power, the ASUS U-75HA is Intel ATX 12V Version 2.3 compliant, and incorporates four real 12V rails (12V1,12V2,12V3,12V4) to provide stable support for high-end graphic cards. It is also equipped with four PCI-E 6+2 pin connectors which support both 6-pin and 8-pin graphic cards (most 750W PSUs only provide two 6+2-pin PCI-Express connectors). It is also outfitted with dedicated power circuitry which delivers more reliable output to delicate components. All of the models in the U-Series range also incorporate Active PFC for improved voltage stability and delivers environmentally friendly power with a high power factor (PF) of up to 99%.

Exceptional Ventilation for Cooler Temperatures and Stability
The U-75HA is equipped with several innovative features to enhance ventilation for lower temperatures and better stability. These include hexagon venting holes for efficient heat dissipation and cable sleeves for improved internal airflow within the system. The U-75HA also features a 13.5cm large ball bearing fan with fan speed control function for quiet and effective cooling by venting hot air away from the power supply.

Great Expandability and Safety
The ASUS U-75HA also offers great expandability options by providing 6 SATA, 6 peripheral, 2 FDD, 4 PCI-E 2.0 and 1 EPS connectors – allowing users to place more components into their systems. Additionally, the U-Series’ support for PCI-Express 2.0 connectors are ideal for multi-GPU graphic cards. The ASUS U-75HA is also certified with CUS, Nemko, CE, BSMI, TUV, FCC, C-TICK standards, and offer OVP, SCP, OCP, NLO, OTP, UVP, OPP protection - safeguarding components from overvoltage.
 
Specifications
 
Model U-75HA
Power 750W
Dimensions (mm) 180L X 150W X 86H
Output Connectors 20+4-pin Main connector X 1
                                     4-pin Peripherals X 6
                                     4-pin Floppy Drive X 2
                                     5-pin Serial ATA X 6
                                     8-pin +12V power X 1
                                     6+2-pin PCI-Express X 4
                                     8-pin EPS X 1
PFC Active
Intelligent Fan 13.5cm x 1
Protections OVP, SCP, OCP, NLO, OTP, UVP, OPP
Safety & EMC CUS, Nemko, CE, BSMI, TUV, FCC, C-TICK
 
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28-08-2008, 12:06:47

Rastalovich
Yeah we been to-and-fro`ing about this on the universal site.

It`s still a `source`, like the previous sources that were officially denied afterwards. But hey if they officially announce it - what can u do. Make do I guess >.<

Still banking on the confusion of 775 plants going.. ..with the dawn of the newer slot.

Who knows. Hexus ain`t always correct, but they used to have some sway with the uk-abit support people before they were sacked.

Meh.

They made some good boards :(


IP35 Pro. It has some niggles that not every1 might pick up - but u can`t not recommend them.

28-08-2008, 13:19:43

Jim
Despite not having used an abit mobo personally in a fair while now, I will always remember them for their amazing mobo's in the AMD K6 and P3 days.

If/When they go, it'll be the end of an era tbh.:(

28-08-2008, 13:21:16

Toxcity
Used to have an nForce 2 or 3 Abit board and it was pure sex. So I am am sure they will be missed.

28-08-2008, 13:33:26

Bungral
http://www.amazon.com/ABIT-AV8-3RD-EYE-Chipset-Motherboard/dp/B000623EZK

It did me proud.. It's still in use as it goes round my mates house... That board is getting on a bit now!

28-08-2008, 13:39:24

Jim
[IMG]http://www.techspot.com/reviews/hardware/abit_be62/box.jpg[/IMG]

All hail the BE6-II. Highpoint Raid controller, Dip-Switch overclocking and an ISA slot :p. Back in an era where you'd puke if you looked at the motherboard for too long.

28-08-2008, 13:40:39

Ham

Back in an era where you'd puke if you looked at the motherboard for too long.



Yet you could throw them off a cliff and they'd still work after...

28-08-2008, 17:01:27

Barry

http://www.amazon.com/ABIT-AV8-3RD-EYE-Chipset-Motherboard/dp/B000623EZK

It did me proud.. It's still in use as it goes round my mates house... That board is getting on a bit now!



One of the best Mobos ever. :worship:

28-08-2008, 19:08:01

ionicle
shame to the industry, abit made some fine mobo's :(

28-08-2008, 20:12:02

Bungral

One of the best Mobos ever. :worship:



Yeah man.. Wasn't too expensive either. Solid as anything!

The overclock on the 3rd eye thing does make me laugh thinking back though... Extreme offered about 60mhz extra over stock... Amazing!

29-08-2008, 05:14:43

Rastalovich

http://www.amazon.com/ABIT-AV8-3RD-EYE-Chipset-Motherboard/dp/B000623EZK

It did me proud.. It's still in use as it goes round my mates house... That board is getting on a bit now!



hehe I still got one of these running !
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