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Fractal launches their updated Ion+ 2 Platinum Power Supply

An Ultra-efficient power supply with UltraFlex cables

Fractal launches their updated Ion+ 2 Platinum Power Supply

Fractal launches their updated Ion+ 2 Platinum Power Supply

Alongside their new Torrent case (which we reviewed here), Fractal has released an update for their existing Ion+ Platinum series of power supplies. These new PSU models comply with the new ATX 2.52 standard and all ship with two 8-pin ATX12/EPS connectors and enhanced over-current protection. 

Like the company's original Ion+ Platinum series (which we reviewed here), Fractal's new Ion+ 2 Platinum lineup ships with 560W, 660W, 760W and 860W models and features ultra-bendable UltraFlex cables. These extra bendable cables are designed to simplify cable management, making Fractal's latest PSUs incredibly easy to use across a broad range of cases/enclosures. 

Like its predecessors, the Fractal ion+ 2 Platinum utilises a fully modular design, features a custom-tailored Dynamic GP-14 140mm fan, a compact 150mm depth, and operates semi-passively. Fractal also ships their Ion+ 2 Platinum units with a 10-year warranty, assuring customers that their PSUs will stand the test of time. 

Below is what Fractal had to say about their Ion+ 2 Platinum series power supplies in a recent press release. 
   

   Also worth mentioning on the topic of new releases: the much appreciated PSU Ion Platinum receives a welcome update in with its new incarnation Ion+ 2 Platinum. The update adds ATX 2.52 support to an already long list of benefits like whisper-quiet operation, enhanced cable flexibility and superior output quality. Among other noteworthy improvements: the inclusion of two 8-Pin ATX12/EPS across the whole family, and internal upgrades like more strict over-current protection.

Fractal launches their updated Ion+ 2 Platinum Power Supply  
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