Digital power supplies (DPS) are widely used in gaming PCs, laptops, desktops, and mobile devices.
They come with many benefits, including saving power by reducing power consumption, which is critical for gamers.
But some are also plagued by reliability issues.
And the problem of gaming PCs using digital power supplies has been one of the biggest stumbling blocks in the adoption of gaming devices.
“It’s an open question whether or not [digital power supplies] will make a big impact on gaming,” says Samy Bajaj, vice president of product management at Dyson.
“It depends on how fast they are, how much power they use, and how they are designed.”
Dyson says it will introduce a new digital power power supply (DSP) to its Spartan gaming series of products this summer.
The DSP will replace the existing Spartan DSP, which has been in service since 2009.
The Spartan DPS is a premium brand name that is known for its durability and reliability.
The company says that the DSP is built for the high-end PC gaming market.
According to Bajas, the DDP will feature an enhanced design and more robust components.
Bajaji says that Dyson plans to add several additional digital power sources to the Spartan gaming line, including high-capacity power supplies.
“The DSPs are a great choice for gamers who want a quality gaming solution and are looking for a quality power supply that can meet their expectations,” says Bajaja.
The new DDP has a base price of $100, but will also include a bundle of accessories.
Baja says that additional accessories like additional fans and additional power supplies will be available at a later date.
According a report from DigiTimes, the new Spartan DDP comes in three different designs.
It will be sold in five configurations: 1xDDP-X, 2xDDR-X2, 3xDSP-X3, and 4xDPS-X4.
The 4x DSP-S3 has the most storage, and will be the most expensive of the three models.
The 3x DDP-S5 has a similar footprint, but has less storage, a cheaper base price, and a faster clock speed.
According DigiTec, the 3x and 4-pin DDP are the most popular of the DPS options.
“The 3x provides an all-in-one solution with a 3.5mm headphone jack and 2x USB ports for connecting external devices,” DigiTech notes.
“With the 4-Pin DDP, it’s all about the power.
The power is split into four discrete 5V rails, and it is packed in a case that is the size of a deck of cards.”
Dell, HP, Asus, and Razer all offer 3x or 4-pins DDP options.
Asus has the 3.3-pin version, while Dell has the 4.3.
Dell offers two variants of the 3DDP, with the 4pin and the 3pin.
According the DigiLeaks report, Dyson also plans to offer a 3DPS with a 2xUSB-C port for gaming use, while Razer is planning to release a 3x series.
The Spartan DPD has the ability to provide a maximum of up to 50W of power.
According to the Digitimes report, it is not clear whether or when Dyson will offer a new 3DSP with a larger power supply.