It’s late but finally from now on Seasonic flagship line will be called the Prime with three of their new PSUs with Titanium,Platinum and Gold efficiency certifications and on the other hand Super Flower is pushing for higher-end PSUs for which Seasonic and other OEMs have to plan their next step wisely however we believe a good competition  and consumers will be benefited with huge variety of products.

The Titanium Prime line up is of four different PSUs-850W,750W,650W and 600W where there atre using passive design meaning it doesn’t have a cooling fan which in turn is beneficial when gaming as there would be low  possible noise and is power efficient.

The three Platinum Prime variants that are noticeable are the 1.2kW,1kW and a 850W also the Gold series have the same capacities.

It’s kinda strange to see that Seasonic is limiting their Titanium units upto 850W where Super Flower  went up to 1.6kW.

If one needs not to get such high series for them there are Focus series  targeting budget users at low cost.They come in three variant – Modular,Semi-Modular and Non-Modular.

There are also series ,they call it Platinum Focus with fully modular and semi modulars.

The Focus lineup is the largest  in number compared to the others consisting of 80 PSUs  with different certifications and cable designs.

With appealing external looks,full-modular design and 850W max comes Seasonic’s new AirTouch series with Platinum efficiency  having 135mm of Fluid Dynamic Bearing fans with hybrid RGB LEDs , also the fan speed and LED config can easily be set with an utility application comes bundled with it and also has seven years of warranty. 

*info taken from Tom’s Hardware.

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