Phanteks Announces All-White 1000W AMP Power Supply

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Phanteks has just announced an all-white 1000W AMP power supply. So if you’re looking for your next version of whiteout, you might want to consider the new AMP. From what we see, this is the first white power supply from the company to improve its selection of modular AMP power supplies. And it will cost you $159.99 / €159.90 to get one.

With the release of the RTX 3090 Ti, there has been a significant increase in TDP for graphics cards. It has a spec of 450W and therefore suggests an 850W power supply. However, the next generation of graphics cards, whether the RTX 40 series or the RX 7000 series, may need more power. So maybe we’re all looking for even more energy from our supplies. That said, it’s surprising that Phanteks didn’t add the new PCIe gen 5 power connector in this PSU for next-gen cards.

Phanteks AMP 1000W Power Supply Specifications

As well as being 1000W, the power supply is also 80 PLUS Gold certified, to help with power conversion efficiency. It’s also a 140mm case for a compact design, with modular flat white cables for easy and clean installation. With Hybrid Quiet Fan Control for better temperature-controlled fan speeds and quiet performance. The series is also Revolt Pro-Link certified for compatibility, reliability and stability to work with its Revolt Pro expandable power supply. Which would further increase the power output. All backed by a 10 year warranty.

  • Dimensions: 140 x 150 x 86 mm (5.5 x 5.9 x 3.3 inches)
  • MTBF: >100,000 hours at 25°C, except DC fan
  • Contents: AMP power supply, power cord, manual, bag, screw pack, velcro pack, 1x MOBO power cables, 2x CPU power cables, 4x PCIe power cables, 3x SATA cables, 2x MOLEX cables, 1x MOLEX to SATA converter
Output voltage 12V 5V 3.3V -12V 5VSB
Max current 83A 25A 25A 0.3A 3A
maximum capacity 996W 125W 125W 3.6W 15W

Hopefully the updated power supply should give you enough power for the high end selections. Although with the increase in power consumption this could become the norm, even for the mid-range.

Alan A. Seibert