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on Thursday, August 4, 2011 - 8:00am

Enermax RevoMaxToday, we will take a look at another power supply from Enermax, the MaxRevo 1350W. This one is a behemoth as it boasts 1350 watts and 112 amps across six 12v rails. There is no hiding it as Enermax is gearing this unit towards the GPU-happy, storage-minded and dual-CPU having individual. Yes, the EMR1350EWT (true model name) is aimed at the individual that needs massive amount of power but also want it to be stable and reliable.

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on Monday, August 1, 2011 - 8:00am

Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 800The Silent Pro 800 offers all the features and protection found in the big brother, just less wattage. One of the features that made the Silent Pro line a great seller in stores was it met the 80PLUS Gold standards. Call you say 90% efficiency rating? It’s all about going green and conserving energy these days. Added insurance is offered in the form of over and under protection which is a must have when looking for a quality and stable power supply.

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on Tuesday, June 7, 2011 - 12:00am

Thermaltake Grand 1200The Grand is a dual 12v rail unit that has an unprecedented 125A between the two of them. Meeting the requirement for having an 80PLUS Gold rating, the unit promises to be a winner when it comes to stability and the reliability which is ever present in Thermaltake products. Speaking of quality, Thermaltake is so confident in the Grand series that they are offering a very impressive 7 year warranty on them. Join us as we take a look at this behemoth of a power supply and see if it is worthy of your time and hard earned (or saved) money.

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on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 - 12:00am

Lepa b850-maToday's power supply sample is a beefy 850W model from the respectable LEPA brand called the B850-MA, which Melissa and Ecomaster were kind enough to send over to us. This is a high power, high performance modular power supply that has four 12v rails, all rated at least 20A in order to support multi-core processors and multiple-GPU rigs. You are not only guaranteed stable power but all the protections needed to safeguard your precious rig and boast an 82PLUS Bronze efficiency rating.

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on Monday, April 25, 2011 - 3:02pm

ocz zx 850The ZX series comes in three wattage levels beginning with our review sample's 850W, then jumping up to the 1000W and ending with the almighty 1250W. The entire series boast a single 12v rail with a minimum 70A, and enters the market as OCZ's top enthusiast model line. Geared at top end gamering and enthusiast systems, that are into multi-GPU rigs whether it’s SLI or Crossfire. Topping this bad boy off is that it is ultra quiet. Read on.

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on Wednesday, April 6, 2011 - 12:00am

Kingwin LZG-850One company that was not offering power supplies until more recently, and have been doing a great job in that market now is Kingwin. We know Kingwin mostly for their hard drive accessories like docks and enclosures, or even cooling products. During their time in power supply production Kingwin has shown their knowledge and competence in this field by offering some fine products, including their latest model with an 80PLUS Platinum rating. Today, we will be taking a look at one of their 80+ Gold rated Lazer Gold models, which has an 850W rating and boasts some quality features.

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on Tuesday, March 29, 2011 - 6:16pm

coolermaster gx 450Cooler Master realizes this and has just released a new unit under their GX line to fill that roll. This model is only capable of supplying 450 watts, which should easily be enough for the aforementioned system types. CM is marketing the unit for the causal user and budget gamer. Boasting a single 12V rail, the GX 450 should be just enough for the build to scratch that HTPC itch. In order to make sure it can easily handle anything those sort of systems can throw at it, we will be testing it today on a little bit more powerful gaming test bench. How will it fare? We shall see!


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