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GAN-based ATX power supply, passively cooled, super efficient and super small

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Summary

Very small ATX power supply based on GAN semiconductors provides super high efficient (94% according to the article) power from mains. Single brick does 250W, but they thought of that and allow you to stack power supplies and sync them using a small sync cable between therm (so no more PS_ON hacks!) for more power. Even two smartphone-sized PSUs is smaller than a normal one! Also has detachable AC power socket if you have a custom project (so no more IEC lead extender nonsense).

 

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My thoughts

 If you can multi-stack them it gives you plenty of power to run anything, and with flexible placement you can go pretty wild with custom builds! Would be a bit harder with GPUs and stacking four of them to get 1000W seems a bit silly...

 

 

Sources

 https://www.cnx-software.com/2022/05/26/ultra-compact-gan-atx-power-supply-delivers-up-to-250-watts/ 

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