Cougar 600W PSU VTE600 80 PLUS® Bronze Certified Gaming Power Supply Unit
- 80 PLUS® Bronze Certified
- 105°C Japanese Standby Capacitor
- Compatible with the Latest PC-Technology
- Massive Single 12V DC Output
Reliability and Performance
Up to 87% efficiency.
DC to DC technology: the 3.3V are built out of the 12V rail, providing improved efficiency levels and a stables performance, as well as perfect regulation within ±3% at regular DC outputs.
the DC output voltages should remain within the ±5% regulation ranges in 3.3V, 5V and 12V rails.
Ultra-quiet120mm fan with automatic thermal speed control for an optimal speed-noise ratio.
Extreme Performance for Powerful Graphics Systems
Up to 87% efficiencyUltra-Stable Voltage Output
3.3V DC-DC technology
105°C Japanese Standby Capacitor
Enhanced PSU Lifespan
Compatible with the Latest PC-Technology
Supports the newest specifications of ATX12V Created for usage with current and next-generation multi-core CPU platforms
Ultra-Quiet 120mm Fan with Thermal Speed Control
Extremely low noise levels thanks to its ultra-quiet 120mm fan
Integrated Air Inlet Design
Optimal Aero-Dynamical Design, for a more silent operation
Massive Single 12V DC Output
Extreme Stability for Powerful Graphics Systems
Supports Multi-GPU Technology
Supports PCI express 3.0 next-generation graphics cards with 8(6+2) pin PCI-e connector.
Active Power Factor Correction (Active PFC)
PF value up to 99%: Clean and reliable power
Full Protections with OCP, SCP, OVP, UVP and OPP
If the current on a single line is higher than indicated, the PSU automatically switches off.
UVP (Under Voltage Protection)
If the voltages fall below a certain tolerance value on the single lines, the PSU automatically switches off.
OVP (Over Voltage Protection)
If the voltages increase above a certain tolerance value on the single lines, the PSU automatically switches off.
SCP (Short-Circuit Protection)
In the case of a short-circuit, this feature prevents damage to the core components of the PSU and its System components.
OPP (Over Power Protection)
If the system is oversized and requires more power from the PSU than it can provide, this protection function is activated.