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Thursday, March 05, 2009
Akasa Freedom 750W PSU

1. Features, specifications

Akasa's debut in the Power Supply Unit (PSU) market is the Freedom Power series of PSUs, which is rated at 80Plus. Today we have in our hands the 750W version of Freedom Power PSUs, which features a typical efficiency of 92.25%. High efficiency combined with Active PFC reduces energy cost without compromising the performance. Low-energy waste means the PSU is producing less heat and therefore it needs less cooling and works quieter.

Akasa says that the Freedom Power 750W PSU provides up to 750W of power 24/7.

The provided 12V (up to 720W) provided output is balanced over six 12V rails. With six PCIe 2.0 connectors available, this PSU is capable of supporting systems with triple top-end VGA cards.

The PSU has a modular cable design with common connectors for easy cable management. Each of the eight modular cables has identical PSU connectors and can be plugged to any free port on the PSU backplate.

All cables are fully sleeved and a cable management kit is provided for even further airflow enhancement.

All three primary load bearing cables (main 24-pin motherboard, ATX12V CPU and single branch of PCIe) are hard-wired (fixed) to provide a balance between the consistency of standard PSU and convenience of modular cables.

- Features

  • Typical (50% load) efficiency of 92.25%
  • 750W continuous power
  • 80PLUS BRONZE certified
  • Modular design for easy cable routing and minimal airflow restrictions
  • Innovative modular cable design with common connectors
  • All cables fully sleeved for tidy look system builds
  • Six +12V rails with total max output of 720W
  • 24/7 dependable power
  • Energy saving Active PFC
  • Up to six PCIe 2.0 connectors for multiple GPU support
  • Intelligent auto fan control for ultra quiet operation
  • Super quiet 140x140x25mm fan
  • 110 – 240V AC auto sensing and switching
  • Three years warranty

- Technical specifications

  Application Full range 750W (Real Power) PSU
  Designed for AMD and Intel systems
  Form factors Intel ATX 12V 2.3 design guide
EPS 12V 2.92
ATX 2.2 ATX 12V
  Dimensions 150x180x86mm
  Efficiency Always > 84%
  Fan 140 x 140 x 25mm
  Fan speed 700-1600 RPM
  Bearing type Dual ball bearing
  Ventilation Honeycomb vent structure
  Color Satin Black
  PFC Active (99%)
  Mainboard power 1 x 24/20 pins
  8/4-pin ATX12V 1
  8/6-pin PCIe 2.0 4 (3 detachable)
  6-pin PCIe 2 (1 detachable)
  SATA 12 (detachable)
  Floppy 1 (detachable)
  Molex (4 pin) 8 (detachable)
  Cables finish Black Mesh Sleeve
  AC power input range 100V to 240V
  Protection Over Power/Voltage/Current/Temperature       short Circuit
  Product code AK-PSS075FGM-BK

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