Power Supply Unit or commonly abbreviated as PSU is a PC component that is very crucial for the sake of giving life to your PC. One choice will make other components such as GPU, RAM, especially the motherboard, will not work correctly and can not be used. Quite often, the wrong PSU election will lead to an unexpected disaster. One of them is short or burning.
Lots of PSU brands appearing on the market promise excellent performance and power efficiency. The 80+ license is a reference for various customers to “ensure” that the PSU is an excellent product. Although the composition of the component composition should be a consideration that must be considered. Not to forget the possibility of factory defects that are a scourge to turn off customers.
Of the many brands, GIGABYTE is one that is quite innovative to design one of the “heart” of your PC through its new product.
GIGABYTE introduces three new P750GM 750W 80+ Gold full modular PSUs, P550B 550W 80+ Bronze, and P450B 450W 80+ Bronze. PSU is small but stubborn. It has experienced an increase in its components. Now they use high-quality materials that reduce their size from 16-18cm to 14cm only. Create a small PC case capable of enjoying the power and excellent performance of the small PSU.
The P750GM will have 750 Watts of power designed for high-end GPU class RTX 2080Ti or Radeon VII or Radeon RX5700XT. The Japanese-made PSU has more than 90% electricity efficiency conversion thanks to its 80+ Gold certification. With a fully modular design that makes it possible to set the temperature. It has a power pin that supports motherboards with 8 + 8 or 8 + 4. In other words, the P750GM will be compatible with mid-high motherboards. Interestingly this PSU has a fan stop function that allows it to stop when its use is below 20%.
While the P550B and P450B have 550 and 450 watts of power, respectively, the conversion efficiency of electric power is more than 85%. Both have 12cm diameter fans with hydraulic bearings that reduce their sound much quieter than sleeve bearings.
The three PSUs above are designed with OVP / OPP / SCP / UVP / OCP / OTP voltage protection to keep them more durable.
Unfortunately, as of this writing, GIGABYTE has not yet explained when the new PSU will be released on the market.