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Atomic Juice PSUs Offer Enthusiasts a Fresh New Look

Super Talent Technology today introduced an all-new line of power supply units (PSUs) dubbed Atomic Juice. Nvidia SLI certified Atomic Juice PSUs come in 600W and 700W sizes. "We didnít want this to be just another cookie cutter PSU, so we juiced it up with a unique look and best-of-class features", said Super Talent Director of Business Development, Paul Sperry. The ultra-quiet 120mm ball bearing fan, which is backlit with fire-orange LEDs, communicates with temperature sensors, automatically adjusting RPM and airflow as needed. The universal AC input 100 ~ 264 Vac, is automatically switched and adjusts the hardware to operate at the available input voltage. Quad 12 V rails provide independent and reliable power to CPU(s), video card(s) and the other system components.


  • Intended for high-performance and dual-GPU gaming systems
  • Support for the latest ATX12V v2.2 standard
  • The ultra-quiet 120mm fan, temperature sensors
  • 1 x main MB connector (20+4-pin), 2 x 12V (CPU 4-pin), 1 x 12V (PCI-e 6-pin), 1 x 12V (PCI-e 6+2-pin) 6 x SATA (15-pin), 2 x FDD, and 6 x accessory (4-pin)
  • Universal AC input 100 ~ 264 Vac, automatically switched
  • Quad 12 V rails
  • MTBF of over 100,000 hours and 5-year warranty
Power Cords 600W 700W
North America PS-600 PS-700
Europe PS-600E PS-700E
UK PS-600U PS-700U

All six models are sampling now. Atomic Juice PSUs will be available from Super Talent resellers worldwide in January. Street price on the 700W model is expected to be around $145.

Source: Super Talent Technology

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