Ensure optimal PC performance using Antec® power supplies. Consider the power supply unit (PSU) modularity you need for your computing setup. Full modular layouts offer organized cable management, simplifying your PC build experience. Before purchasing a new power supply, look at its energy efficiency rating to reduce your overhead costs. Antec PSUs regulate and deliver the accurate voltage needed by your system for optimal performance. They allow use in intensive workload settings such as entry-level servers. Built-in safety mechanisms help the Antec 500W power supply avoid short electrical damage during power surges. These versatile units support a wide range of connectors and voltage settings. Enclosed in sturdy metal cases, they are durable.
Antec PSUs come in a wide range of form factors to meet your PC build requirements. With advanced full-bridge configuration, their capacitors provide increased power density, enabling use as a server power supply. These PSUs are designed with synchronous rectification and PhaseWave™ and DC-DC topology to deliver continuous performance under intense workloads. Some Antec power supplies have 80 PLUS® Gold certification, offering high-energy efficiency. Most models have 16-pin sockets, allowing the connection of multiple cables and flexible connector changes. Their high voltage output supports most CPU and GPU chipsets for increased versatility.
Equipped with 28 (18+10) pin sockets, these power supplies support future MBU connectors. Some power supplies come with OC Link™ functionality, allowing dual PSUs to work in tandem to handle power demanding server components with ease. Designed with many Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe®) interface ports, you can install them in multi-GPU settings such as a professional gaming rig.
An Antec ATX power supply comes with a built-in case fan that expels hot air, maintaining optimal operating temperatures. With aerodynamic blades, these fans dispel heat quickly for improved cooling performance. Most models have intelligent thermal sensors that automatically deactivate the fan when temperatures are low, reducing noise levels so you can concentrate. Their fluid dynamic fan bearings deliver high airflow, also enhancing silent operation. An Antec modular power supply offers effortless cord management, saving you installation time. With flat modular cabling, modular models provide an unobstructed flow of air to power supplies and accessories.
Using the CircuitShield™ suite of industrial-grade protections, Antec PSUs ensure that the power delivered to your system is safe and reliable. An over-voltage protection (OVP) function shuts down these units when the output exceeds preset levels. Most models use over-current protection (OCP) to prevent power overloads and short circuits. Their no-load operation (NLO) and brown-out protection (BOP) circuits prevent damage to server power supplies due to sudden drops in voltage from inconsistent electrical grids. Others have active power factor correction (PFC) circuits, which help minimize interference with other devices. Some PSUs use over-power protection (OPP) technology to monitor power output and avert electrical damage. Short-circuit protection (SCP) and over-temperature protection (OTP) functions keep your motherboard from burning during high-temperature output.