ASUS 1600W power supply is as powerful as it is efficient

With the advent of next generation graphics cards, the power consumption of PCs will increase dramatically. Which will lead not only to the need for more powerful power supplies, but also those with the new 12+4-pin connector. Among all those that are appearing on the market, the one recently presented by ASUS under the name of ROG THOR 1600W Titanium stands out.

If your plan is to build a high-caliber PC for the next few months, our advice is to look at the power supply or PSU that you are going to put in your system, since the watts consumed by all the components will increase considerably. Not only because of the central processor and graphics card, but also the SSD drives and RAM. And yes, they will be much more efficient, but at the same time, consumption will increase, which is still a paradox.

ASUS 1600W power supply is as powerful as it is efficient

On the other hand, it is important to choose a good power supply, something that many users decide to ignore and that later results in a broken computer after a few years. That is why the ASUS ROG THOR 1600W Titanium has caught our attention. Since it not only brings with it the necessary power and connectors, but also because of its quality, since it is a top-of-the-range source. Let’s see, therefore, how the one that for us is one of the best PSUs on the market is presented and why you should consider it for your future computer.

This is the ROG THOR 1600W Titanium power supply

The first thing that draws attention to this ASUS source is not its 1600 W of power , explicit in its name, nor the fact that it has the 80 Plus Titanium certification, but its equivalent in the Cybenetics ditto. What assures us that we are facing a high caliber PSU. The merit of the ROG THOR 1600W Titanium goes to its 135 mm fan, among other things, which remains off when consumption is less than 800 W. Therefore, it will be key if you want to build a silent PC.

Nor can we forget the use of Seasonic’s Gallium Nitrate MOSFETs . Being the first power supply on the market to use this new generation part and key to achieving the high efficiency of this power supply. In addition, it has the Lambda A ++ certification from Cybenetic s in terms of the noise produced. Being one of the quietest on the market and the quality of its components is such that ASUS itself gives a ten-year warranty to buyers of its ROG THOR 1600W Titanium.

As you can see in the images, it is a modular power supply with a large number of connectors. Among which stands out the new 12 + 4 pin connector of the ATX 3.0 standard that can deliver up to 600 W of power to graphics cards. We also have up to 10 PCI Express 8-pin connectors, 8 EPS connectors and a dozen SATA connectors . Apart from the essentials of the certification for ATX 3.0 PSUs.