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In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies

In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies

In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies

In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies

 

In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies, offering 80+ Platinum efficiency, wattages of up to 900W and a 7-year warranty. 

This new series of PSUs will be available in wattages of 750W and 900W and will be completely modular. This PSU will offer the same clean aesthetic that we would normally In Win, with a brushed aluminium enclosure and sexy red lettering on the side. Sadly the red lettering will make this PSU unsuitable for some colour schemes, so hopefully InWin will replace this with grey lettering or an RGB illuminated side in the future. 

  In Win has released their Classic series of power supplies

 

The In Win classic series of PSUs offers efficiencies that are around 90% in most situations and up to 92% under most standard or gaming loads. This PSU will also come with smart fan control, which means that this PSU will run at low noise levels and will turn the cooling fan off when under low loads. 

Right now you can Pre-order In Win Classic series PSUs from Overclockers UK for £149.99 for the 750W and £174.95 for the 900W. 

 

You can join the discussion on In Win's Classic series of PSUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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22-09-2016, 09:58:29

Wraith
Interesting, good for In win to expand their product range but I wonder who the OEM are for these.Quote

22-09-2016, 11:51:35

demonking
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Interesting, good for In win to expand their product range but I wonder who the OEM are for these.
Was gonna ask the same thing.Quote

22-09-2016, 12:19:30

RickPlaysWarr
Looking at the connections, I would say its the same people that make the EVGA Supernova G2 series of power supplies. Same 10 pin ATX followed by 18 Pin ATX for the Motherboard connection. I am not sure if any other power supplies use that setup for the 24 pin connection.Quote

22-09-2016, 12:29:55

Chrazey
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Originally Posted by RickPlaysWarr View Post
Looking at the connections, I would say its the same people that make the EVGA Supernova G2 series of power supplies. Same 10 pin ATX followed by 18 Pin ATX for the Motherboard connection. I am not sure if any other power supplies use that setup for the 24 pin connection.
From reading your post, in my head it says 10 + 18, which is not 24, but 28? Quote

22-09-2016, 12:36:35

RickPlaysWarr
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Originally Posted by Chrazey View Post
From reading your post, in my head it says 10 + 18, which is not 24, but 28?
The Supernova has 3 double wires on the Power Supply end and 2 of the ATX Pins are not used. So all of the 10 pin connector is used and 16 out of the 18 pin connector. That adds up to 23 pins on the Motherboard side. I wish I had a larger picture so I can make better guess.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/...NOVA850G2.jpegQuote
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