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on Tuesday, August 17, 2010 - 8:49pm

chouriki The Chouriki, as with the countless other power supply models, comes in several different wattage ratings: 650, 750, 850 and 1000. The Chouriki is 80Plus certified and equipped to handle the most demanding gaming rigs, including multi-GPU setups; however, this is not what makes the Chouriki unique. Read on to find out!

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on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 - 5:22pm

choiix powerfortI am sure that many of you are in the sa me boat or even worse. Have too many electronic devices and have to carry power adapter for each. Well, Choiix a division of Coolermaster has released the Power Fort Standard and the PowerFort Advance. Each provides up to ten hours of additional portable power and can be recharged several hundred times. The only difference is the Advance model comes with foreign travel adapters and a DC plug in the packaging.

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on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 - 4:07am

coolermaster silent pro gold 1200

Even with a lot of money and the time to put together a higher than high-end rig these consumers are as looking for the stability, quality and energy saving characteristic of a good power supply not just big numbers on the rails. Coolermaster was generous enough to let us take a look at one of the biggest power supplies on the market with a Gold efficiency rating. It is called the Silent Pro Gold. The series lineup consists of six models ranging from 600 to 1200 watts.  

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on Wednesday, June 9, 2010 - 12:00am

The OCZ Fatal1ty line of power supplies are aimed at individuals that want more than a capable power supplies but something that will them to say ‘Hey, look at my machine’.  The new Fatal1ty units come in a nicely gun metal painted shell sporting the traditional black and red theme OCZ 750 Watt Fatal1ty Series Power Supplywe have comes to know from anything displaying Johnathan Wendel famous name. The lineup consists of two models which are 550 watts and the more powerful 750 watter. We will be taking a closer look at the 750 watt model today.

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on Thursday, May 6, 2010 - 1:54am

Silverstone Strider Plus 750In the past week months we have taken a look at some pretty nice power supplies. Many of which are still hanging around to the lab serving various task. Our next power supply looks to join the ranks of this units still staying around. The Strider Plus ST750F-P is Silverstone's first 80Plus Silver power supply.The unit is fully modular something the previous Strider Element was not. These two features along will make the new Strider Plus appealing to the masses.

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on Monday, March 8, 2010 - 8:05am

coolermaster gx 750Coolermaster realized this and came out with the new GX series of power units. As of this writing, the series consists of three units: 550W, 650W and 750W. The power range is not extreme at all, but the most sought after sweet spot. The entire line-up features a single 12 volt rail, which aims it at individuals needing the most stable power when using dual GPU setups. The largest of the three is Nvidia SLI certified. If you are not interested in the multiple graphic setups, but want great efficiency; well the GX has it as well with the 85% mark on all three units. We will take a short look at the new power supply to see what it has to offer.

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on Tuesday, February 2, 2010 - 12:00am

Tuniq Ripper 1000 Watt Power SupplyKnown for their very impressive cooling products, Tuniq set out to conquer the world of high wattage power supplies. Their first attempt is the Ripper, a very fitting name for a high-end power supply capable of supporting multi-GPU rigs often geared towards gamers. Besides high wattage numbers, these rigs also requires high amperes on the 12 volt rails and the Ripper has that too, totaling 100 amps across the four dedicated rails.

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