Los Angeles, CA – January 21th, 2020 NZXT, a leading developer of software-powered hardware solutions for PC gaming, today announces the C Series line of 80 plus Gold modular ATX power supplies.
Continuing their partnership with Seasonic, one of the most highly regarded PSU manufacturers, NZXT has created three new power supplies with the C650, C750, and C850. They are built with high-quality components that are backed by a 10-year warranty, ensuring peace of mind. The C Series is available in 650w, 750w, and 850w variants that are 80 PLUS Gold certified giving builders several options to find a PSU that suits their needs.
“We have seen and heard many horror stories from the community of faulty power supplies ruining a gamers battlestation,“ says Johnny Hou, founder, and CEO of NZXT. “People put their heart and soul into their builds and it is very disheartening when we see that happen. Our commitment to quality products and customer service will give builders and PC gamers the peace of mind they deserve when powering their PC.
Main Features of the C Series
A push of a button enables Zero RPM Fan mode, silencing the fan under low-load conditions. When needed, the 135mm fluid-dynamic bearing fan spins up to efficiently cool the PSU, keeping your system stable and running through even the most intense gaming session.
All the Essentials
The C series fits any case conforming to the ATX standard with the C750 and C650 support NVIDIA GPUs up to a Geforce RTX 2080 ti and AMD GPUs up to Radeon VII. The C850 can support multi-GPU configurations.
Built for Builders
The modular design lets you use only the cables you need, ensuring easier installation, and less clutter. The sleeved main cables look great and resist heat damage as well as fraying, delivering greater durability and longevity.
Peace of Mind
In addition to world-class service and support, NZXT provides a 10-year warranty for the C Series PSU, so you can enjoy a worry-free gaming experience.
C650: $109.99 USD
C750: $119.99 USD
C850: $129.99 USD
USA: Pre-order at NZXT.com
ROW: Early February