I see several references to 80 Plus Titanium and superflower has a consumer model.
it is clear it is only for 230v common in europe.
what is unclear is if there's an 80 Plus Titanium for 115v used in the USA
adds a new category 10%
based on thishttp://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/c ... m_spec2013
Cooler Master's V Series PSUs Ready for Upcoming 80 Plus Titanium Spec
according to this article there is no standard yet for 115v USA BUT Coolermaster has a model that meets the specs.
Not satisfied with current 80 Plus standards, Cooler Master claims its V Series is prepped and primed for an 80 Plus Titanium tag, as soon as it officially exists, that is.
Cooler Master says its V Series PSUs use the highest grade Japanese electrolyte and solid capacitors, high quality 42mm transformers, and a custom interface PCB that aligns all rails to reduce voltage plane cross-over and minimize crosstalk, EMI, and droop.
No word yet no price or availability.
w/Titanium and 10% that makes fanless all the more practical