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Phanteks unveils new ATX 3.0 PSUs and Gen 2 Glacier One T30 AIO coolers

Phanteks is kicking off March with a bang. Today, the company is launching a slew of new products, including new ATX 3.0 power supplies, a new 12VHPWR adapter cable for those upgrading to RTX 40 series graphics cards and a new set of Glacier One AIO liquid coolers.

We'll start off with the power supplies. The Phanteks Revolt SFX 850W is an ATX 3.0 power supply built with the Intel SFX12V 4.0 platform in mind. It natively supports PCIe 5.0 12VHPWR and is rated with 80Plus Platinum efficiency, guaranteeing stable power to all of your components. Phanteks is also launching the new AMP 1000W V2 PSU, which also supports 12VHPWR, PCIe 5.0 and ATX 3.0, with 80Plus Gold certification. The AMP 1000W V2 will be available in both black and white, so you can pick whichever best suits your build.

Next up we have the new Glacier ONE T30 Gen 2 AIO liquid coolers, available with a 240mm radiator or a 360mm radiator. The included T30-120mm fans are built with glass fibre-reinforced Liquid Crystal Polymer and have a three-phase motor and multiple fan modes so you can find the best balance between noise and cooling performance. Under the hood, you'll find an Asetek Gen8 pump moving the coolant through the unit.

For aesthetics, the CPU block has an infinity mirror cap and D-RGB lighting, which can be hooked straight to a Phanteks PC case, or any RGB-compatible motherboard.

All of these products will be available at etailers starting this month. The Revolt SFX 850W Platinum PSU will cost €199.90, and the AMP 1000W V2 PSUs will start at €159.90 for the black version, going up to €169.90 for the white version. If you want the Phanteks 12VHPWR adapter cable, that'll cost €19.99. Finally, the Glacier One 240T30 will cost €189.90 and the 360mm version will cost €259.90.

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