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Fractal Design launches Edison M modular PSUs

by Mark Tyson on 10 October 2014, 12:35

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Scandinavian specialist PC chassis, power and cooling company, Fractal Design, has just unveiled a new range of modular PSUs. The new family of PSUs is called the Edison M range.

The Fractal Design Edison M range feature 80PLUS Gold certified efficiency and are aimed at gaming and workstation PCs. Their modular nature helps users create a computer system with the minimum of cable clutter and thus aids cooling/airflow within your PC chassis. For flexibility in internal chassis positioning the Edison M range comes with extra-long ATX12V cables – so, for instance, a bottom mounted PSU won't be a stretch too far.

Inside the PSUs you will find that Fractal Design has chosen to use Japanese electrolytic capacitors and Japanese/Taiwanese solid polymer capacitors for maximum reliability. A full protection suite including "Over Power Protection, Over Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Under Voltage Protection, Over Current Protection and Over Temperature Protection," is on offer. These ATX 2.4 compliant PSUs are cooled by a temperature controlled 120mm fan which uses FDB bearings for smooth and quiet functionality over a long lifespan.

Buyers can choose from a 450W, 550W, 650W and 750W Edison M power supply depending upon their requirements. However all PSUs come with a 5 year warranty.

Please find below Fractal Design's recommended retail price matrix:

 

EDISON M 450W

EDISON M 550W

EDISON M 650W

EDISON M 750W

USD

84.99

94.99

104.99

119.99

GBP

62.99

69.99

77.99

89.99

EUR

79.99

89.99

99.99

109.99

 



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These look promising - they're Seasonic made according to the PSU Review Database, & those prices look pretty keen. Looking forward to a Hexus review!
Very nice pricing. It's just at the right amount for you to think “ Well for only a few quid more I could have more headroom…” and then you buy the top of the range model :P