Although InWin’s cases have been stealing the show at Computex 2013, namely the King Size H-Frame and Tou Glass Case, their new Serenity series of power supplies didn’t go unnoticed by us. We went on over to check this new power supply out and it features a chrome brushed steel finish. As you can see from our pictures by the time we got around to it the unit was ravaged by finger print marks so its worth considering this if you want to buy it – definitely handle with gloves to keep it in pristine condition.
The power supply internals are rated for 80 Plus Platinum and offer full range APFC. They have a single rail 12 volt design and common PSU protections like OCP/OVP/OLP/UVP/SCP and various certifications for regions like the ErP lot 6 2013 for the EU. The units are approximately 18cm in length and are semi-modular. The 20+4 pin motherboard connector, 4+4 pin EPS CPU connector and a pair of 6+2 pin PCI express connectors all come pre-fixed.
The rest of the modular cables provide two to four 6+2 pin PCI express connectors and up to 22 peripheral connectors (16 SATAs and 6 Molex). The Serenity series does support Haswell C6/C7 power supplies and it is cooled by a 120mm double ball bearing fan.
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