Spire, a company known for their cooling products, is branching off into alternative products. Today we’ll be looking at one of three new power supplies in their newly released BlackDragon series. This line of PSU’s is geared towards enthusiasts and PC gamers. A black coloring and blue LED fan are some of its visual features. Read on further to see if this is power supply is worth the price.
With all of the power supplies out there it is really hard to choose the right one for you. What if you want a power supply that gets the job done and is efficient? Thermaltake has the perfect power supply for you. Their new Smart Series power supplies offer an 80PLUS certification, dedicated +12V rail, and 120mm cooling fan at a low price. Today we are going to be unboxing the 730W, read on to check it out!
80PLUS Platinum is the highest efficiency rating available for 115V power supplies. Today we’ll be looking at one of the high wattage PSU’s with this certification, the Kingwin Lazer Platinum 1000W Power Supply. Its overall average is 91.27% efficiency, according to 80PLUS. Not only is it efficient, but affordable too. Read on further to find out more information.
Fremont, Calif. – February 1, 2012 – Antec, Inc., the global leader in high-performance computer components, announces the High Current Gamer M series, a mid-range wattage class of hybrid modular power supplies. The High Current Gamer M series is an extension of the HCG PSU line issued in late 2010 but features hybrid modularity, allowing for cleaner systems by reducing cable clutter behind the motherboard.
Antec‘s new desktop PSU series provides quiet, efficient power in 400W, 520W, and 620W models, accommodating casual gamers, home office and corporate consumers. The High Current Gamer M Series is the perfect combination of power and cabling that supply extreme levels of power and superb efficiency.
Today we are unboxing a very powerful and efficient power supply. It is the Lazer Platinum 1000W Power Supply from Kingwin. As the name suggests this is an 80PLUS Platinum certified power supply. That means it will run at 92% efficient and 50% load and 89% efficient at 100% load. This power supply also features modular cables, which have the flat cable design and Kingwin’s ECO Intelligent Thermal Control System. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video!
Today we’ll be looking at one of the many new power supplies released by NZXT. The NZXT HALE82 750W Power Supply is one of many 80PLUS certified power supplies recently released. All of the HALE82 series are 80PLUS Bronze certified and while the more efficient HALE90 series are all 80PLUS GOLD certified, which is pretty impressive coming from a company that mainly manufactures cases.
Diablotek isn’t a well-known company, but it has a surprising amount of products in their inventory. A lot of which consist of power supplies. We will be looking at their latest power supply line, the UL Series power supplies, more specifically the 575W version. This affordable gaming power supply is enough to power your gaming computer, but for those with higher end systems you might want to check out the 675W or 775W models. Read on further to see how well it performs.
Today we’ll be checking out a fully modular power supply recently released by Cooler Master. The Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W power supply is 80PLUS GOLD certified, has a 200W fanless mode and even comes equipped with its own fan controller. This is a first for Cooler Master and is even available in two other models, 850W and 1300W. Read on further to see how well the 1050W version performed.
Well it is Friday so why not an unboxing video? Today we are unboxing the Cooler Master Silent Pro Hybrid 1050W Modular Power Supply. The Silent Pro Hybrid series of power supplies are available in 850W, 1050W, and 1300W versions. This new line of power supplies is Cooler Master’s first fully modular power supply series with integrated dual 7V fan ports. The power supply also comes with a neat fan controller. Read on to check out our unboxing video and for more information on the power supply!
Almost everyone wants the quietest yet most powerful computer possible. Most components generate noise because of the fans cooling them, or because of moving parts. Obviously, solid state drives have eliminated the necessity for moving parts for storage and liquid cooling can replace fans for most components. However, there’s still one pesky component which still generates noise: the high wattage power supply unit. Fanless PSUs have been around for a while, but they’re generally lower wattage and meant for business machines or ultra-efficient HTPCs.
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