Established in 2007 and aiming primarily PC hardware enthusiasts, Phanteks has been expanding in many directions in the recent years. On the one hand, the company started to make ultra-expensive PC cases for no-compromise prosumers, on the other hand the maker began to address customers looking for something with a lower price tag. At Computex, Phanteks introduced its AMP-series power supplies that provide premium features without breaking the bank. The Phanteks AMP family of PSUs includes three models rated at 550W, 650W, and 750W. All PSUs are rather compact, they are modular and they are 80 Plus Gold certified. Like all modern power supplies, Phanteks’s AMP feature PCIe, EPS, SATA, and other connectors required by contemporary enthusiast-class PCs. To make AMP power supplies more attractive to...
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