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PSUs | 19th June 2009
Enermax show us that you don't need to buy a high-output PSU to get all the fancy trimmings. As today we review their latest 350w model, the ECO80+.
PSUs | 10th June 2009
BFG sure know a thing or two about making graphics cards, but how does their latest 1200w power supply cope under the strain of the OC3D load tester.
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Matthew Fogg | 24th November 2006
Eneco is a development stage company that claims to have invented and patented a "solid state energy conversion/generation chip" that will convert heat directly into electricity or alternatively refrigerate down to -200 degrees celsius when electricity is applied. Interested? Read on to find out more...
James Napier | 8th November 2006
Overclock3D in association with Silverstone are offering every OC3D forum member the chance to win a top-end 750w Strider modular PSU. All you have to do is answer a simple question!
Dave Stevens | 14th October 2006
ThermalTake Release the Toughpower 850W PSU
PSUs | 21st March 2009
Seasonic are well known for their silent yet powerful PSU's, but does their latest modular model follow suit? We find out.
PSUs | 18th March 2009
Enermax have brought back an old favourite, only this time with increased efficiency and performance. Join us as we check out the Liberty ECO 500w.
PSUs | 25th February 2009
Jonathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel may be 12-time world gaming champ, but how does he cope inside a 50c hot box sucking on a heavy load? Find out as we test the OCZ Fatal1ty 700w PSU!
PSUs | 18th February 2009
Corsair's modular HX series have proven to be extremely popular with enthusiasts, but can it's hard-wired brother the TX win our hearts?
PSUs | 27th January 2009
With Modular cables, a 14cm quiet fan and 500 watts of power, can OCZ's ModXstream 500w take the mid-range crown?
Steven Brown | 30th August 2006
nVIDIA Certifies 5 Thermaltake PSU
Llwyd Johnson | 16th August 2006
Dell to recall 4 million batteries
Matthew Fogg | 30th June 2006
New enthusiast PSU hits the market
James Napier | 29th April 2006
In this guide i will be showing you how to volt mod the Tagan Easycon PSU. The end result will be higher voltages under load on the +12v rails of the PSU. This guide may also apply to other Tagan models.