Corsair Shows off their first SFX PSU

Corsair Shows off their first SFX PSU

Corsair Shows off its first SFX PSU

Corsair Shows off their first SFX PSU

 

Corsair Shows off its first SFX PSU, the SF600, which looks like a perfect PSU for any of your Small form factor PC building needs. 

For any of you don't know what the SFX PSU form factor is, it is simply a smaller size than you ordinary standard ATX PSU, which is becoming a popular PSU size for many Mini ITX PC cases for it's ability to save space in this space constrained form factor.  

 

Corsair Shows off their first SFX PSU  Corsair Shows off their first SFX PSU  

The Corsair SF600 has enough power to power even the most beefy of systems, as 600W is even capable of powering a Flagship CPU with a GTX Titan X. This PSU will be 80 + Gold certified and will undoubtedly be a popular PSU on the SFX PSU market.

Hopefully this PSU's coming also means that Corsair have a new Mini ITX PC case on the way, apart from their Corsair's upcoming Bulldog barebones PC.

 

You can join the discussion on the Corsair SF600 PSU on the OC3D Forums. 

 

 

Corsair Shows off its first SFX PSU, the SF600. Perfect for any of your Small form factor needs.http://www.overclock3d.net/articles/power_supply/corsair_shows_off_their_first_sfx_psu/1

Posted by OC3D on Sunday, 7 June 2015
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07-06-2015, 13:03:03

TPC
It's so cute <3Quote

07-06-2015, 13:37:37

NeverBackDown
Wonder if this is a hint as to what cases they will be releasing with a new tiny psu.Quote

07-06-2015, 13:41:20

Feronix
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
Wonder if this is a hint as to what cases they will be releasing with a new tiny psu.
That Bulldog thing maybe?Quote

07-06-2015, 13:42:42

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Feronix View Post
That Bulldog thing maybe?
Good point but I was thinking more along the lines of future revisions of some cases or a new lineupQuote

07-06-2015, 14:00:16

SPS
Not a fan of the stripes, especially in black and white - it looks like it was designed by sports direct.Quote
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