GIGABYTE has quietly released its new high-end power supply designed for expensive gaming PCs as well as workstations. The new PSU belongs to GIGABYTE’s Xtreme Gaming family of components, which are aimed at high-performance computers used primarily for gaming. The XP1200M PSU from GIGABYTE has modular design, components with enhanced durability as well as a 'smart' control fan.
Power Specifications ( Rated @ Unknown °C )
100 - 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hz
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