Phanteks Announces Power Splitter with Patented Isolated Dual System Technology

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Phanteks Announces Power Splitter with Patented Isolated Dual System Technology

Phanteks Announces Power Splitter with Patented Isolated Dual System Technology

 

Phanteks' PH-PWSPR_1P2M with Patented Isolated Dual System Technology is a power splitter that will eliminate the need to use two power supplies for dual system configuration. With the Phanteks' Power Splitter, users will be able to run two fully functional systems with only one power supply. Now you can have two individual system in one case independently of one another. The Power Splitter is cost efficient and doesn't take up valuable space thanks to its small footprint.

Using the Power Splitter, a dual system configuration can operate independently of one another. Powering ON/OFF on one system will not affect the other and vice versa. As long as one system is running the power supply will be fully operational until both systems are off.

  

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 Anti-noise in-rush protection circuit


Helps to protect and stabilize the voltage signal level and also enables the power supply 's various protection to prevent damage caused by inrush current surges.


Full compatibility with motherboards


The Power Splitter protects and controls the 12V/5V/3.3V/+5VSB circuit to the motherboard to ensure full compatibility to mITX, uATX, ATX and E-ATX motherboards. The Power Splitter features a unique soft start circuit that limits the inrush current that improves stability and reduces transient voltage drops.

 

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Universal Mount + Drop-N-Lock


The Power Splitter comes with a Hook and Loop sticker that allows installation in universal case products. The Power splitter is also equipped with a Drop-N-Lock mounting system, which makes installation even more convenient for Phanteks' compatible cases. 

Cable Compatibility


24-Pin / 8-Pin (/ 4-Pin) Extension cables are required for connecting the power splitter to motherboards. The power splitter is compatible with all standard extension cables on the market. However, we recommend to use Phanteks' *extension cables which are designed with extended length (500mm) for better cable management.

 

Phanteks Announces Power Splitter with Patented Isolated Dual System Technology  

My Thoughts

This idea is a very interesting one, but is something that I do not see getting used very often, especially given the relatively small number of cases that can hold two whole systems. 

This product is obviously designed to work inside Phanteks' Enthoo Mini XL and other similar cases, but it does allow system builders to be able to use a single high wattage, high efficiency PSU over two separate PSUs, which is something that will both give your case more space in your PC and possibly allow you to squeeze a higher efficiency PSU into your budget. 

While this is a very niche product, it is something that I certainly see being used by people, especially those who have more than one PC in the same room. For Example I could combine my work and Gaming PCs into a single case and use a single PSU using this product, which is something that would save me a lot of space in my office. 

 

Phentek's Isolated Dual System PSU Power splitter is currently available on Overclockers UK for the Price of £21.95

 

You can join the discussion on Phanteks' Power Splitter system on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

25-11-2015, 14:43:32

NeverBackDown
I bet Kaap will buy 4 of these.. lolQuote

25-11-2015, 15:34:43

Kilbane
One word .... WHY?Quote

25-11-2015, 15:36:10

Feronix
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kilbane View Post
One word .... WHY?
Presumably to do with their Mini XL case that can fit two systems.Quote

25-11-2015, 15:40:13

Dark NighT
I quite like that idea.Quote

25-11-2015, 18:14:06

CreatiXx
Quote:
Originally Posted by Kilbane View Post
One word .... WHY?
more like why not?

in theory a 1000w PSU can power 2 systems but they never made it possible. It decreases your costs when wanting to build 2 low wattage builds. it creates some possibilitiesQuote
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