Tagan Release New U26 Series (I-Xeye II)

"Tagan releases their new U26 PSU which is aimed at the mid range market. The U26 combinines price and quality into its unique and iconic design."

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Tagan Releases New U26 Series (I-Xeye II)

This series is aimed at the mid range market, combining price and quality into its unique and iconic design. Those of you who may remember the original U02 series (I-Xeye) will notice that this new PSU maintains its futuristic looks and Blue LED design.

The U26 is compatible with Intel EPS12V Version 2.9 and EPS/ATX downward versions and has 4 independent +12v rails. These Independent +12V rails provide individual currents which will maintain stability to different devices to avoid heavy-loading and power supply failures.

Available in 500, 600, 700, 800 Watt models.

Features

• Compatible with Intel EPS12V Version 2.9 and EPS/ATX downward versions with independent +12V rails.
• Blue LED light is suitable for gamers various system integration.
• Independent +12V rails provide individual electricity to different devices and avoid heavy-loading devices share power in the same time.
• Universal main board support due to 20+4 pin main power as well as 4-pin & 8-pin +12V power connectors for 20, 20+4,24+4, and 24+8 configurations.
• 80% electricity efficiency average saves money and reduces losing power become heat.
• Two 6-pin PCI Express connectors support NVIDIA SLI technologies, and ATI Crossfire graphic cards.
• PCI-Express 6PIN cables with REMI technology reduce EMI ripples and noises to save device lifetime and enhance display performance.
• Support high-end main board with VGA 4pin socket for graphic card electricity.
• Combo-S2M (SATA to IDE) connectors empowering all types of hard drives and easy management between SATA and IDE devices.
• Three Molex 4PIN and four SATA 5PIN with Combo-S2M connectors make total seven Molex 4PIN connectors available.
• Total 13+1* IDE and SATA hard disks are available for top users. (*VGA 4Pin)
• TSCT (Tagan Silence Control Technology) keeps under 30dBA even full-loading and hard to recognize by human ear.
• Automatic +12V rails combine mode can integrate rails into single rail with more DC output.
• Dual 8cm push-pull extreme high speed fans are the best cooling system and keep silence.
• Thermal control fans are adjustable automatically by temperature inside of the power supply. Fan speed up when temperature rises.
• Super-big heat sink inside the power release heat in optimum efficiency.
• Black mesh and copper-shielding cables help user to optimize airflow for thermal release.
• Internal OVP (Over Voltage Protection) and OCP (Over Current Protection) function avoids sudden power surge damage peripherals.
• Universal AC input range for all countries: 110~240VAC with active PFC for better electricity performance.
• Unique ground wire with golden pin can release static electricity from power supply and avoid damage.
• Including cable bands for cable management.
• Guarantee 36 months warranty.

Tagan U26

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23-05-2007, 12:48:30

ExtremeBlizzard
Nothing much to say except thats perfect.

23-05-2007, 12:50:45

deathwish
got one today and its great

23-05-2007, 14:08:01

!TIMMY!
True That!!! Great quality! Great Price :)

23-05-2007, 16:23:41

Pat123
Thanks guys... wondering if anywhere else has this card or something similar cheaper? lol... bit strpped for cash.

23-05-2007, 19:20:50

donnynsc
Until now, I still can't tell the differences of X-Fi extreme, gamer, etc...

Can anyone shade some lights pls? :)

24-05-2007, 03:33:10

Rastalovich
I`m not so sure how much of a better sound u`d get pur-chasing a card for stereo (+ bass mix) soundcard.

Performance-wize u can of course free up the onboard. Then again the likes of creative controlled cards do have the ability to arrange a surround based game into a rich stereo output. 3d positioning was never that good with onboard imo.

Meh, probably a better idea if u wish to game alot, music maybe not.

24-05-2007, 04:46:31

Pat123
Well its not going to degrade music performance is it?

24-05-2007, 05:12:15

nunzio
Should be a fine card for both the games and music. Only real different between the cards is the ports on the back.

Heck its the one i'm looking to buy.

24-05-2007, 05:12:40

Kempez
No the X-Fi cards make music sound far better than onboard

24-05-2007, 08:47:50

Rastalovich

Well its not going to degrade music performance is it?



No, won`t make a whole lot of difference to music. Game stuff and effects ya.

Crappy old onboard will play music well, u`r main tv/radio stations use it alot ;)

Step into stuff above stereo and it`s quite a different matter.
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