Titanium power supplies

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Titanium is the highest grade of 80 PLUS™-rated power supplies, requiring (at 120V) 90% efficiency at 10% load, 92% at 20%, 94% at 50%, and 90% at 100% (at 240V, higher efficiencies are mandated). All values are maxima, and are taken from product documentation.

Note that in many cases, there is a total limit on the sum of 5V and 3.3V that is less than the sum of the individual maxima. For instance, my EVGA Supernova T2 1000 claims the ability to output 20A of 5V (100W) and 20A of 3.3V (66.6W), but only 100W between the two.

Model Total(W) 12V (A) 5V (A) 3.3V (A) 120V Input (A)
EVGA Supernova T2 1600 133.3 24 24 17
EVGA Supernova T2 1200 99.9 20 20 15
EVGA Supernova T2 1000 83.3 20 20 15
EVGA Supernova T2 850 70.8 20 20 10
EVGA Supernova T2 750 62.4 20 20 10
Corsair AXi 1600 133.3 30 30 15
Corsair AX 1000 83 25 25 13
Corsair AX 850 70 20 20 11
Seasonic Prime Ultra 1000 83 25 25 13
Seasonic Prime Ultra 850 70 20 20 11
Seasonic Prime Ultra 750 62 20 20 9.5
Seasonic Prime Ultra 650 54 20 20 9.5
be quiet! Dark Power Pro 1500 125 25 25 17
be quiet! Dark Power Pro 1200 100 25 25 16
be quiet! Dark Power Pro 1000
be quiet! Dark Power Pro 750
Silverstone Strider 1100
Silverstone SFX-L 800
ASUS Thor Titanium II
Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB 1650
Thermaltake Toughpower iRGB 1250 104 20 20 15
Thermaltake Toughpower 1000 83 22 25 12
Enermax MaxTytan 1250
Enermax MaxTytan 1050
Super Flower Leadex 1600 133.3 24 24 17
Super Flower Leadex 1000 83.3 20 20 15
Super Flower Leadex 850 70.8 20 20 10
Super Flower Leadex 750 62.4 20 20 10