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PSUs | 8th November 2006
Seasonic are known for their range of silent and stable power supplies. The M12 is one of their latest models, and their first entry into the modular scene. How does it perform? We find out...
PSUs | 30th October 2006
What do you get when you cross a OCZ PowerStream with an ModStream? An EvoStream of course! Today I'll be testing out OCZ's latest addition to their PSU range that is set to take the place of the ageing ModStream unit.
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PSUs | 17th October 2006
It's been a while since Tagan updated their well respected "Easycon" range, and today I've been given the opportunity to test their latest addition - the Easycon XL.
PSUs | 6th October 2006
Zippy Emacs are a name that only the most informed computer enthusiasts among us would have heard of. Today I'll be taking a look at their 600w GSM-6600P(G1) PSU as they make their way into the mainstream market.
PSUs | 25th September 2006
PC Power & Cooling are often regarded as the "Crème de la Crème" of the power supply world. Today I'll be putting their 750w Silencer through its paces to see if it lives up to their reputation.
PSUs | 14th September 2006
OCZ have always been well known for their DDR memory and high-end PowerStream PSU's. Today I'll be taking a look at their latest addition, the GameXStream 700w SLI certified unit.
PSUs | 4th September 2006
Having reviewed most of the modular PSU's available on the market, I thought it was about time I took a look at Silverstone's ST60F. Designed for SLI but also compatible with Quad SLI, how will this unit perform under our stress tests...
PSUs | 11th August 2006
Today I'll be looking at the Phantom 500w PSU from Antec. This unit is based on Antec's hybrid fan/passive design which promises to keep things a little more quiet.
PSUs | 1st August 2006
Probably the most power hungry component in a PC is the graphics card. Put 4 of them together for Quad SLI, and you need a seriously beefy PSU. Do Silverstone have the goods?
PSUs | 23rd July 2006
Looking for an efficient power supply to go with that budget PC build? Maybe Coolermaster have the solution...
PSUs | 19th July 2006
With more and more modular power supplies coming into the market, will Enermax be able to produce something that stands out from the rest? We find out..
PSUs | 12th July 2006
So you've just blown all your savings on an SLI / Crossfire setup only to find that your PSU doesn't have the grunt to power it all. Enter FSP, who have come up with an affordable answer.
PSUs | 7th July 2006
With power consumption of graphics cards on the rise, more and more PSU manufacturers are releasing 1000w+ units. Today we take a look at Tagans latest model, the Turbojet 1.1kw.
PSUs | 29th June 2006
FSP have made a name for themselves in the power supply market for making reliable, efficient and stable units. Will the latest Epsilon model follow suit?
PSUs | 7th June 2006
Today I'll be looking at the 560w version of Silverstone's highly acclaimed Zeus series of power supplies. With a single +12v rail providing up to 38a, will it be able to keep up with its dual and triple railed competitors?
PSUs | 23rd May 2006
In the market for a high performance, standard ATX size power supply with rock solid voltages and high efficiency? Today we look at the Strider 560w from Silverstone to see if it fits the bill..
PSUs | 19th May 2006
Go to any forum and ask what the best power supply money can buy is, and people will undoubtedly say PCP&C. Today i'm going to put their top-end 1killowatt monster to the test.
PSUs | 10th May 2006
Got Dual Core and SLI/Crossfire? Need a beefy PSU to power your PC. The new Zeus 750w from Silverstone could well be exactly what you've been looking for!
PSUs | 1st May 2006
Today i'm going to be reviewing Antec's flagship Power Supply, the NeoHE 550w. Based on the original and ageing Neopower, can this unit hang with the latest modular PSU's?
PSUs | 22nd April 2006
Today i'll be reviewing the 550w Chameleon PSU from Aspire. With its multi-coloured fan, UV sleeved cables and easy grip molex's will it be a suitable choice for case modders and overclockers alike?