ASUS announced the launch of the second generation ROG Thor series power supply, the first product is ROG Thor 1000W Platinum II. There is no doubt that ASUS’s new power supplies are targeted at high-performance PCs and are used in hosts built with new high-end CPUs and GPUs.
There is no doubt that ASUS’s new power supplies are targeted at high-performance PCs and are used in hosts built with new high-end CPUs and GPUs. ROG Thor 1000W Platinum II power supply has passed Platinum certification and Cybenetics Lambda A++ noise-rating certification. The custom heat sink used has twice the heat dissipation area, and the Axial-Tech fan is matched with the PWM intelligent speed control with quiet acoustic characteristics. It is understood that this power supply can withstand a 500W load without fan cooling, and the fan runs at a speed of 12%-15% under a 700W load.
The overall size of the ROG Thor 1000W Platinum II power supply is 190(L) x 150(W) x 86(H) mm, adopting a single 12V output design and providing a 24pin main power supply interface, two 4+4pin CPU power supply ports, one 12pin PCIe power supply port, eight 6+2pin PCIe power supply ports, twelve SATA power supply ports, and six D-type 4pin power supply ports. The most eye-catching is of course the support for the new PCIe 5.0 external power supply interface. Corresponding connection cables will be provided in the second-generation ROG Thor series power supply.
In addition, ROG Thor 1000W Platinum II power supply is also equipped with an OLED display screen, which can display load wattage, voltage, and other information in real-time, and supports ASUS AURA SYNC divine light synchronization control, through the 3pin ARGB interface control to achieve dazzling lighting effects.
ASUS provides a 10-year warranty for this product, and the price is currently unclear.