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PSUs | 22nd February 2012
Enermax ....1000w ....Single Rail. OOOH, suits you sir!
PSUs | 20th December 2011
Fancy a Volvo T5R? Then maybe the Enermax MAXREVO 1350w PSU could be perfect for you! Alcohol fueled analogies this is not, more a lack of sleep!
OC3D Articles ›› PSUs
Jonathan Smith | 14th August 2007
Samsung have developed a fuel cell capable of running a laptop for... One month!
Matthew Fogg | 17th July 2007
HIPER´s latest 5th Generation Power Supplies with integrated USB ports and charger port are available throughout Europe.
PSUs | 1st October 2010
White cases seem to be popping up everywhere, NZXT now have a white PSU to match! Come inside to see if its all looks and no brains.
PSUs | 25th June 2010
Having already given most of the PSU market a good kicking with their HX series, Corsair are once again upping the anti with latest AX series.
PSUs | 27th May 2010
Its been a while, but our old budget favourite has once again stepped up to the plate with a new PSU for us to test. How will it perform? Read on...
PSUs | 10th May 2010
The XT may have 25w more power than its 750w competitors, but does it have what it takes to impress OC3D?
PSUs | 29th April 2010
Be Quiet! are back with a new addition to their Dark Power Pro range. Will it live up to our expectations?
Matthew Fogg | 28th June 2007
OCZ Technology Group, today announced the release of the Silencer® 750 Quad CrossFireEEdition under the PC Power & Cooling line.
Jonathan Smith | 15th June 2007
Today Gigabyte announce details of 6 PSU's as they prepare to enter the PSU market.
Jonathan Smith | 12th June 2007
MIT team powers light bulb without wires. Could this be the future - WiTricity?
James Napier | 25th May 2007
In what can only be described as a "great move", OCZ announced this evening that it has acquired Power Supply manufacturer PC Power & Cooling.
Matthew Fogg | 24th May 2007
Tagan releases their new U26 PSU which is aimed at the mid range market. The U26 combinines price and quality into its unique and iconic design.
Matthew Fogg | 17th May 2007
Tagan Technology Co.has announced that its market leading ‘Tagan’ high end power supply units (PSU) has been chosen as the launch partner and main PSU for AMD’s newly announced ATI Radeon.