ASUS TUF Gaming 1200W Gold (1200 Watt, ATX 3.0 Compatible Fully Modular Power Supply, 80+ Gold Certified, Military-Grade Components, Dual Ball Bearing, Axial-tech Fan, PCB…

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Original price was: $219.99.Current price is: $208.71.

  • Capacitors and chokes pass demanding tests to achieve Military-grade Certification.
  • Dual ball fan bearings can last up to twice as long as sleeve bearing designs.
  • A protective PCB coating protects against moisture, dust, and extreme temperatures.
  • An 80 Plus Gold Certification is the result of Japanese capacitors and other premium components.
  • ATX 3.0 Compatible: TUF Gaming Gold is compliant with ATX 3.0 guidelines and bundled with a 16-pin PCIe cable that can pipe up to 600W of power to PCIe Gen 5.0 graphics cards.
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ASUS TUF Gaming 1200W Gold (1200 Watt, ATX 3.0 Compatible Fully Modular Power Supply, 80+ Gold Certified, Military-Grade Components, Dual Ball Bearing, Axial-tech Fan, PCB…
ASUS TUF Gaming 1200W Gold (1200 Watt, ATX 3.0 Compatible Fully Modular Power Supply, 80+ Gold Certified, Military-Grade Components, Dual Ball Bearing, Axial-tech Fan, PCB…

Original price was: $219.99.Current price is: $208.71.

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Specification: ASUS TUF Gaming 1200W Gold (1200 Watt, ATX 3.0 Compatible Fully Modular Power Supply, 80+ Gold Certified, Military-Grade Components, Dual Ball Bearing, Axial-tech Fan, PCB…

Brand

‎ASUS

Series

‎TUF-GAMING-1200G

Item model number

‎TUF-GAMING-1200G

Item Weight

‎5.9 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎5.9 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.9 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches

Color

‎BLACK

Manufacturer

‎ASUS

Country of Origin

‎China

Date First Available

‎February 5, 2024

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for ASUS TUF Gaming 1200W Gold (1200 Watt, ATX 3.0 Compatible Fully Modular Power Supply, 80+ Gold Certified, Military-Grade Components, Dual Ball Bearing, Axial-tech Fan, PCB…

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  1. DG

    It looks nice and works great

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  2. Ben

    After I installed my 3080 graphics card, my games started crashing after playing for more than 30 minutes. I figured out it was due to a power deficiency, so I bought this upgraded power supply. My issues have since been resolved. I had never replaced a power supply before, but it was very plug-and-play despite the intimidating number of connections.

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  3. douglas armstrong

    La fuente de poder cumple bien sus características y cualidades sin ningún problema
    Para una tarjeta madre eatx Asus Pro WS WRX80E con un procesador Threadripper Pro 5965WX y una gpu Asus ROG LC RTX 3090 ti poder trabajar bastante bien con soliworks y 3ds Max poder terminar rápido los trabajos en casa porque a veces no alcanza el tiempo en la fábrica se le tiene que invertir no es barato.

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  4. TechNerd

    I went with ASUS TUF brand for my PC since I wanted it to be as TUF as possible (heh). I almost went another brand, but decided to try this. I went 850 watt so I didn’t have to use too much % of PSU power like I would with a 750 watt. I was very pleased with the build quality. It doesn’t have the fancy velcro (whoever uses those really?) pouch for the modular cables like other brands do, just a thick clear plastic bag. This is the most expensive PSU I have ever bought.

    The wires are unlike any PSU I’ve installed in my life, all the cables are not glued together into one strip like other brands. It’s both a good and bad thing. Good thing is I can choose exactly where the tension is going to be on the cables, the bad thing is that they can get very unruly like a stack of Christmas lights if you aren’t careful. BUT that doesn’t mean I like it less.

    This fan also needs to be installed upside-down if you want the fan taking cool air in from the bottom and blowing out the back. If you point the fan up it will suck air from inside the PC and blow it out the back instead. I chose option one (upside-down) because I don’t want the PSU eating hot air from the case. I’m not someone who places my PC case on a carpeting and is stuck with option 2.

    The “bad” thing about this PSU is that the fan is very loud and makes a loud “humming” noise (look up ‘250 HZ sine wave’ video, it’s about that tone) when it heats up even a teeny bit. There is no low db mode, but it is usually quiet. I’m used to the sound already, but it caught me off guard- easily the loudest PSU I ever bought.

    Setting my two front intake case fans to DC mode so they turn off at 35°C seemed to quiet down the PSU A LOT though. I did the same thing for my GPU fans. Did wonders for the noise! Temps are still in the low 30s even with only the CPU and back fan on. I might even turn off my ARBG to see if it gets even quieter (I doubt it though since LEDs take practically nothing to power). The humming is not ideal though. It can sound like a bad case of tinnitus after a while. During gaming (which is usually what I do), it’s not even noticable.

    Do I regret my buy? Nope. Will I get a different brand next time? Only if the ASUS TUF one fails on me in under 10 years (my old PC’s PSU is still going after 12 years).

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  5. omar

    Built strong and so far cannot complaint with my top build

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  6. Shimakay

    I’ve picked Asus for years because it’s never let me down. I upgraded to this discounted 850w Gold from a 600w, and it’s working absolutely beautifully. It is exceptionally well made.

    It has two different pcie cords you can use, Velcro for cable management, zip ties, and screws for the power supply. It also has a manual, a certificate of authenticity, and a thick power cord that feels well made.

    I didn’t see a 4 pin connector (two six pins, maybe you’re supposed to split one somehow?), but I don’t mind since it has the 6 pin for the processor on the motherboard. Installing this power supply went very smoothly, and it was extremely easy to do so. The cables aren’t hard to manage by any means. These are braided cables, which I found high quality.

    As far as noise goes, it is incredibly quiet. I don’t hear it at all in my system. It is likely drowned out by the air cooler and 5 separate fans.

    The seller shipped it fast considering the timing (near Christmas essentially), and it arrived with fedex. I would buy from the seller again.

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  7. Xylent

    PSU power is OK but the unbound separate individual wires takes extra work to get under control in the case. Have no idea why they couldn’t bind them together somehow…

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  8. Lazetar

    Comes with everything I needed cable wise, and was a simple install. Running for a month so far, very stable voltages though I don’t think my i7 14700K and RTX 3080 system uses more than 750 watts.

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  9. Shimakay

    This is an excellent modular power supply. I primarily purchased it for the price and the ATX 3.0 graphics card ability.
    While the cabling is braided, I would have preferred the entire cable to be braided. For example, the 24 pin motherboard cable has 24 individual braided cables.
    Runs well and is whisper quiet.

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  10. D. Smith

    As expected. No issues. Well made.

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