Fractal Design has announced that it is expanding its Integra power supply family to include a new modular option, unsurprisingly dubbed the Integra M Series.
Fractal Design's Integra family now includes partially-modular versions, dubbed the Integra M and available in models up to 750W.
A partially-modular design, the Integra M features permanently connected 20+4-pin motherboard cables, a 12V CPU cable, and a single PCI Express power cable on the 650W and 750W models. All other cables are modular, connecting to four sockets on the rear of the surprisingly short 140mm chassis. All models include a 120mm fan with temperature control, Fractal Design has confirmed.
Each model in the range is rated at 80PLUS Bronze efficiency, and come with ATX 2.4 and EPS 2.92 certification with the promise of full support for the new C6/C7 power states introduced in Intel's latest Haswell processor generation. All measure 150mm x 140mm x 86mm, and include a three-year warranty in all regions.
Fractal Design has confirmed four models at launch: a 450W with a recommended retail price of £39.99; a 550W with a recommended retail price of £44.99; a 650W with a recommended retail price of £54.99; and a 750W with a recommended retail price of £59.99. All models are available world-wide, with the exception of the 450W which for reasons not specified by the company will be available everywhere except Australia.
More details are available on the company's official website