Power supplies have become quite varied in terms of output, efficiency, stability, lifespan, etc., and Xigmatek is definitely pulling out all the stops.
The company has introduced a trio of new PSUs, which are really parts of the same overall collection: Vector.
The Vector S, with its 80Plus silver certification, is clearly superior to the NAXN ADV from Enermax, but is still described as the weakest of the lot.
That still doesn't exactly place it on the mainstream segment though, especially when its output ranges from 650 to 1050 W.
Speaking of wattages, the 80Plus Gold-certified Vector G range from 650 to 850 Watts.
Finally, the Vector P supplies are 600 and 700 W PSUs with 80Plus Platinum certification. PSUs don't get much more efficient than that.
All newcomers have 135 mm fans, high-end Japanese capacitors, MTBF of 120,000 hours, active PFC, up to four 12V rails (the 850 W Vector G has only one though) and compliance with Intel ATX 12V 2.3 & SSI EPS 12V 2.92 standards.