Well I for one have been waiting a long time to see a receiver with ICEpower modules in it. I know that the famed Samsung Vapor 3000 or whatever it was supposed to be called was going to use them but so far no sign of it.
It will be interesting to see which modules they use; there are two types of modules the "ASP" series which contains its own power supply that can power up to two or more "A" modules that don't have the power supply. There's also three power ratings to choose from where the number indicates the output into 4 ohms; the 250ASP, 500ASP & 1000ASP at 8 ohms the power is around half that.
I'm willing to bet the reason we haven't seen a receiver with ICEpower yet might have to do with shielding given that with 7 to 10 of those modules in there, there could be some serious interference issues. If they address that and get the pre-section right this could be the true "separates killer" receiver. It will certainly have one of the best amplifier sections available.
Current Gear: Anthem AVM60, D-Sonic 3500/7, Oppo UDP-203, PS Audio Nuwave Phono Pre, Technics SL1210 w/ Denon DL103, Dune Duo 4K, LG Oled55e6, Paradigm Sig. S6 & C3 v.3's, Monitor ADP's, Velodyne SPLR1200.