ADATA launches XPG CORE REACTOR II series power supplies

ADATA has unveiled its XPG CORE REACTOR II power supply series, presented in both austere black and pristine white palettes. Conforming to the latest ATX 3.0 and PCIe 5.0 standards, it boasts a chic, compact design, meticulously crafted from premium components. This power supply, distinct from ADATA’s previous offerings, has been sculpted with a keen focus on high-performance gaming, harmoniously juxtaposing stability, efficiency, and serenity, while adroitly balancing thermal and acoustic performances.

Within the XPG CORE REACTOR II series, units with power ratings from 650W to 850W have dimensions of 140 x 150 x 86 mm, while those rated from 1000W to 1200W stretch to 160 x 150 x 86 mm. All adhere to the ATX 12V v3.0 and EPS v2.92 specifications and have been adorned with the 80 PLUS Gold certification. ADATA avers that these new power supplies verge on platinum-level prowess: boasting a conversion efficiency of 89% at 20% load, a staggering 90.91% at 50% load, and a commendable 88% even at full tilt, making them the quintessential choice for the discerning enthusiast.

ADATA has fortified these new offerings with a panoply of safeguarding measures, encompassing Over-Current Protection (OCP), Over-Voltage Protection (OVP), Short-Circuit Protection (SCP), Over-Power Protection (OPP), Under-Voltage Protection (UVP), Over-Temperature Protection (OTP), Surge and Inrush Protection (SIP), and No Load Operation (NLO), ensuring unyielding performance and stability under demanding workloads. Additionally, the company magnanimously extends a decade-long warranty.

The XPG CORE REACTOR II series champions swift and convenient full modular cable management, inclusive of a 12+4Pin 12VHPWR power connector, promising unparalleled reliability and compatibility for both cutting-edge graphics cards and the latest processors. However, ADATA remains reticent on the product’s pricing and specific release date.