GALAX is treading new waters with the new HOF GH1300 PSU designed to power top of the line PCs with dual 16-pin connectors.
GALAX continues the explosion of off-white products with a new 1300W HOF Series PSU, offering dual 16-pin connectors.
The new GALAX HOF PSU range will be 80 Plus Platinum certified, allowing the PSU to have an efficiency rating of up to 92%. To compete with other brands like MSI, the company has used unique 16-pin power delivery ports in the unit with an impressive 1300W of power base.
The new PSU from GALAX is ideal for the overclocking enthusiast segment, which explains the dual connectors equipped with the unit. This PSU is also ideal for the company’s selling GALAX GeForce RTX 4090 Hall of Fame Series GPU, which requires dual 12VHPWR cables.
The maximum power of the graphics card is 666 watts. The power supply measures 140mm x 150mm x 86mm with an off-white dusting on the unit. The maximum power provided by the unit can reach 2600W. The fan is 12cm, it works quietly, and it supports one-button to turn on and off when necessary. The new GALAX Hall of Fame GH1300 PSU is PCIe 5.0 ready for long-term use, with a rating of up to 10 years of operation.
This new power supply chain will open more doors for the company’s existing product line, from memory to storage and motherboards to graphics cards. The new GALAX GH1300 PSU can be found at Chinese online retailers such as Taobao and is currently selling for CNY 1,899, or $275. The prices are very competitive, especially compared to MSI’s Ai1300P power supply, which sells for 24 percent less than the MSI brand.
The GALAX GeForce RTX 4090 graphics card was recently introduced about a month ago, as last week it showed a new SSD with a unique mid-fan for proper cooling and memory modern for 2023. It is not known if we will see this power supply unit on US shores. GALAX tends to sell out in overseas markets, so we may not see it domestically. White on all but the SSD seems to be the GALAX theme this year, and it will be interesting when they announce new motherboards for 2023 and next year.
News sources: VideoCardz, IT Home