Club3D is best known for cranking out videocards for both AMD and Nvidia, but as has become vogue among graphics card vendors, Club3D also maintains a power supply line. The company's newest model, the CSP-X1200CS, is a 1200 watt unit and the latest entry to the company's Switching Power Supply Series. On paper, that's a ton of wattage, and it's supposedly efficient with an 80-Plus Silver Certification sticker.
Picking out a power supply is tricky business. It's all too easy to put together a cheap unit with a high wattage rating, which is a recipe for bamboozling inexperienced users who only look at the label. Club3D insinuates that's not what's going on here, saying its CSP-X1200CS uses highly durable and reliable 105C and 85C capacitors. It's also equipped with an ultra-quite 135mm fan.
"Club3D ensures a quality user experience by testing and stressing each switching power supply to the power limit of what your PC can draw with our full line up of Nvidia and AMD based videocards," Club3D says.
The CSP-X1200CS is a modular unit with the following cables:
Motherboard 20+4 pin (Native)
Two PCI-E 6+2 pin (Native)
CPU ATX12/EPS12V 4+4 pin (Native)
Two peripheral (Native)
Two PCI-E 6+2 pin (Modular)
CPU ATX12V/EPS 4+4 pin (Modular)
Two peripheral (Modular)
Two SATA (Modular)
No word on price or availability, though if you're interested in Club3D products, it looks like you'll have to order from overseas.