HDPLEX launches world’s smallest fanless ATX power supply
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HDPLEX launches world’s smallest fanless ATX power supply.
HDPLEX announced the launch of the HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIO, which introduced GaN (gallium nitride) technology to create the world’s smallest fanless ATX power supply with a passive cooling design and a rated output power of 250W.
The overall size of the HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIO is 170 x 50 x 25 mm, which is smaller than the SFX and FlexATX used in PCs.
It looks larger and thicker than smartphones such as iPhones, making it ideal for SFF size PCs. configuration.
For better heat dissipation, the HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIO is equipped with an aluminum alloy casing to improve heat dissipation efficiency.
The HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIO allows users to build a host that operates at full load with zero noise, which is a much-needed feature for home theaters or recording studios.
In the internal design, the HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIO uses GaN technology, coupled with a high-efficiency LLC+PFC structure, to achieve an ultra-high power density of 1.18W/cm³, breaking the 1W/cm³ barrier.
In addition, the HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIO implements a fully modular design with a standard 24Pin interface, dual 8Pin interfaces and a 4Pin interface.
The conversion efficiency of HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIO at full load is 94%, and the automotive-grade materials and design ensure the stability of its output.
If users have higher requirements for output power, two HDPLEX 250W GaN Passive AIOs can be used in parallel, one of which powers the CPU and motherboard, and the other powers the discrete graphics card.
HDPLEX said the power supply is expected to be available in June 2022 at a price of $145 with free shipping worldwide.
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