BETTER THAN ULTIMATE
In light of the new Intel ATX 3.0 design guide specifications, the XPG CYBERCORE 80 PLUS Platinum series is getting an upgrade. With stricter voltage and current regulation guidelines changes needed to be implemented in order to safely and efficiently accommodate next-generation hardware. XPG has even upgraded the CYBERCORE cooling solution with a top-of-the-line XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM Fan by Nidec to deliver optimum performance. As always, XPG is determined to provide gamers with products that meet the latest hardware demands.
XPG CYBERCORE II series power supply units are compatible with Intel ATX 3.0 design guide specifications. All units come with a 12VHPWR connector as well. Upgrade your system to an ATX 3.0 ready power supply and be fully prepared for the next generation of high-performance components! Whether you’re a gamer, creator, or AI developer, an ATX 3.0 PSU is the new standard for future hardware. Don’t get left behind.
Supports Next-Gen Graphics Cards
XPG CYBERCORE II is compatible with the latest high-end graphics cards, with a 12VHPWR (12+4 pin) connector out of the box with every unit.
Cybenetics ETA PLATINUM and LAMBDA A- Certified
All configurations have achieved ETA PLATINUM grade while still maintaining LAMBDA A- rating for the noise even with our most compact form factor, reaching A- with 230V for the 1300W version. This is a statement of our commitment to deliver the absolute best performance for all of our PC users.XPG CYBERCORE series is certified by the highest Cybenetics quality standards.
80 PLUS PLATINUM Efficiency
XPG CYBERCORE II series’ efficiency achieves 92.91% 115VAC at 50% load (temperature at 25℃), delivering exemplary performance even by 80 PLUS PLATINUM standards.
XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM FAN by Nidec
XPG CYBERCORE II is the latest XPG and Nidec collaboration, utilizing our highest tier XPG VENTO PRO 120 PWM Fan for its high cooling efficiency, featuring Dual Bearing and patented technology to maintain an excellent balance between noise and life expectancy (60,000 hours at 60℃).