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PSUs | 26th September 2007
Seasonic have always been known for their high-end range of silent PSU's. Will their latest 900w beast - the X900 unit live up to their reputation and our expectations?
PSUs | 28th August 2007
PCP&C are one of the most highly recommended PSU manufacturers, and since their recent partnership with OCZ we've been waiting to see whats next. The wait is over...
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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
Matthew Fogg | 6th October 2006
Mushkin Adds New 800Mhz Module To HP Lineup
PSUs | 16th May 2007
Just over a week ago we took a look at the impressive Silver Power 600w unit, and guess what - they're back again! But this time with a power supply packing far more punch...
PSUs | 4th May 2007
Rock solid power, sexy looks and silence all at a budget price? Silver Power show it is possible with their Blue Lightning 600w PSU.
PSUs | 2nd March 2007
Today I'll be looking at OCZ's first entry into the 1000w domain with their brand new ProXStream 1kw unit based around a standard ATX sized casing. Will it be any better than the other similarly sized 1kw units we've tested recently? Read on to find out.
PSUs | 22nd February 2007
1000w is a lot of power to squeeze into a standard ATX PSU casing, but somehow NorthQ - a relatively unheard of company, claim to have managed it. Today we take a look at their "Giant Reactor" PSU to see if it can deliver the goods.
PSUs | 5th February 2007
Overclock3D have been given an exclusive chance to take a look at Enermax's latest PSU. Combining the features and stability of the Galaxy along with the size of the Liberty, will this PSU be able to impress?
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.