Some are fortunate enough to be able to afford the latest and greatest when it comes to building a gaming rig. I venture to several forums over the day and find many posts of users building these awesome machines with dual cards like the NVidia Titan, GTX 690 and Radeon 7970 offering. All these cards are beast and require the appropriate power supply. Now, there are plenty of power units for such a rig. You can spend week researching them, but Cooler Master has sent over their new V1000 that looks to be able to part the role of power supply.
Like other OEM companies, High Power has decided to venture first hand into the market that deals directly with the consumer. Ever since going this route, they have been first to do a couple of things like the first to market 1000W Platinum and Gold units. Currently, their AGD-600F is neither of those as it is only a 600-watt unit but it does have a Gold 80PLUS rating which is a big plus in anybody’s book.
The new DashDrive UE700 is the latest brainchild of ADATA. Using USB 3.0 technology, the UE700 was designed for faster transfer speed of stored data at 200MB/s read and 100MB/s write. This is sure to be one of the faster flash drives we have ever tested, probably even the fastest. With such great advertised speeds, the UE700 is also a nice piece of visual work. Sleek and functional, it could very well be your next flash drive.
Another category that has been a big seller for them is power supplies. Currently listed on their site are four series. All of them have the HALE marker but there is the 82, 82N, 90 and the latest 90 V2. We will be taking a look at the latest model which is rated 80PLUS Gold and is fully modular.
If this last route seems the best avenue for you and if you already own a SilverStone power supply that was manufacturer after 2009, they have some for you to look at. SilverStone has gone the route similar to Corsair and is offering sleeved cables. For a few weeks only black were available but red and white have recently showed up on their site. So, it is some to clean of the interior of one of our test rigs.
Today, we want to bring you one such power supply. The unit is the new Rosewill Fortress 750. Rosewill is aiming the new Fortress at the gamer and enthusiast markets looking for super efficiency, mid-range power and silent. Rosewill offers four units in this series being: 450, 550, 650 and the 750 watt model we are looking at today.