At Computex this week Adata has been exhibiting off the acute capability of its nominally 1600W Fusion Titanium energy provide. And it has been doing that by working 4 of Nvidia’s strongest graphics playing cards in tandem and thrashing these RTX 4090 playing cards with the FurMark energy virus and OctaneBench.

Our colleagues over at Tom’s {Hardware} noticed the setup on the show ground, and famous that the system was peaking at over 2200W of system energy drawn from that Adata PSU. 

Might I simply remind you once more that it is meant to be a 1600W PSU?

On the GeForce playing cards’ peak TGP of 450W, that might theoretically imply the system would want to at the least be able to working at 1800W, however the reality whole system energy may even exceed that time, and that the Fusion Titanium can nonetheless address it’s fairly damned spectacular.

Although I suppose it isn’t classed as a 2.2TW PSU as a result of both it might nuke the effectivity claims or simply not be blissful working at that stage full time. I imply, what gaming PSU would?

A part of the explanation for that excessive potential capability is the brand new energy provide makes use of gallium nitride (GaN) transistors, and it represents one of many first occasions you will see the expertise in use in a consumer-grade gaming PSU. 

Adata XPG Fusion 1600W Titanium PSU

(Picture credit score: Adata)

It is also a totally digital provide, which means that virtually each side of the PSU will be monitored and managed by its XPG Prime software program. Although you are going to have to actually know what you are doing if you are going to begin tweaking your energy provide.

Adata says it may be transport the Fusion 1600W Titanium in July, but it surely hasn’t but disclosed a value for this premium PSU. Do not count on it to be low cost…