ASUS will release a new power supply of which they claim has double the life span of a regular power supply. The U-75HA has a mean time between failure (MTBF) of 200.000 hours, while normal power supplies are specified at 100.00 hours. A lifetime of 200.000 hours means this supply can hold out for an average 22 years non-stop and over 30 years when it's not as intensely used.
The U-75HA is a 750 Watt model which, with its 86% efficiency, lives up to the 80PLUS standard. The supply is cooled by a 135mm temperature-regulated fan. The supply features four +12V rails, making it possible for the four 6+2 pin PCI-E connectors to provide enough power to the graphics cards. The following connectors are present:
- 20+4 pins ATX cable
- Molex (6x)
- Floppy (2x)
- SATA (6x)
- 8-pins 12V CPU connector
- 6+2-pins PCI-Express power connector (4x)
The U-75HA is part of ASUS' U-series, supplies in this series all have active PFC and a higher efficiency. More information on the power supply can be found here.