Screens are everywhere now, on every part of our components. After the screens on the mainboard or graphics card, the small LCD is embedded directly in the power supply. But why not?
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At the beginning of 2010 we had the right to RGB to pimp our PCs. Does the decade 2020 mark the beginning of mini-LCDs that are implanted directly on our components? At least that’s what Asus offers with its Aorus P1200W, simply a power supply that can display information on its small 4-inch screen.
At a glance
The aim of all of this is of course in particular to display (mainly) real-time consumption, temperature, voltage, etc., without having to go through any software. You still have to bend down to see this right on top of the tower, but that’s probably a minor inconvenience.
Incidentally, this 150 x 160 x 86 mm power supply, as the name suggests, provides 1200 watts. A 140 mm fan with a semi-fanless mode is used for cooling. This makes it possible to stop a fan if the voltage does not exceed a certain amount, here 240 watts.
At the moment there is no price.