25.12.2015

Power supply unit supplier

UK Exclusive Review Manufacturers love to cram extra features into every part of a PC, but it comes as a surprise that Gigabyte - making its debut in the PSU biz - has managed the same trick with its new Odin GT 800W power supply.
Gigabyte has borrowed some aspects of the Odin from other high-end PSUs, so the casing is heavily perforated to aid cooling and the massive 140mm fan is the largest that would fit in the casing.
The cables are modular, using a system that Gigabyte calls Smart Cable Management and this is where we come across Odin's first oddity. The second carries both four-pin and eight-pin 12V connectors while the third and fourth are PCI Express power lines for graphics cards. Curiously there are no native connectors for optical drives or hard drives so no matter what, you're sure to have to plug in at least one of the ancillary cables.
The other four cables each have three connectors, and if you plug the whole lot in you can run six SATA drives, five devices with Molex connectors and a single floppy drive. And why, you might wonder, would you want a data connection between your PC and your power supply? Today’s enterprise environment is evolving and dynamic, driven largely by mobility, cloud services, encrypted communications and more. WAN architectures have been evolving in response to major shifts in telecommunications and information technologies.


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The Odin monitors both power draw and internal temperatures, much like the Bios monitors your motherboard, and the USB connection allows the Odin to pass this information to the Gigabyte Power Tuner software. In the near future we'll also try and get video reviews of our most popular products online.
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Two are colour-coded red and blue and are intended for the extra two PCIe graphics power cords. That's a neat trick in itself but Gigabyte has extended the idea by adding four more connections to the power supply, all of which accept plug-in temperature probes that are 50cm long.



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