Tagan Turbojet 1100w Quad SLI PSU



The Tagan Turbojet is certainly no lightweight, weighing in at 3.3kg I could instantly feel the sturdiness of this unit. I was also quite surprised to find that Tagan managed to cram 1100w into a unit no larger than a standard ATX PSU (150 x 86 x 170 mm), compared with some other units we've tested in the past that proved quite difficult to fit inside a standard ATX case.

Tagan Turbojet Back Tagan Turbojet Front

Tagan like to keep things simple in the looks department with their power supplies. Having owned a couple of Tagan's myself in the past, the matt black paint job on the unit was somewhat expected.

The front and back of the unit make use of 2x 80mm fans, both of which are guarded by Tagan's 'trademark' fan grills.

Also around the back of the unit we can see that Tagan have utilised a rather large switch. This is a pleasant change from the tiny switched used by most power supply manufacturers that are often prone to problems.

You will also notice that the Turbojet does not have a voltage selection switch. This is because the unit is able to detect the input voltage automatically and switch accordingly.

Tagan Turbojet Side Tagan Turbojet Spec Sticker

As with the front and back of the unit, the top and sides are sprayed in the same matt black paint. The side of the unit you are most likely to see from within your case is largely covered by a Tagan specifications sticker, which gives you much the same information as displayed on the 'Specifications' page of this review. The top of the unit contains QC and Hi-Pot testing stickers to show that the unit has passed all safety checks before leaving the factory.

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22-08-2006, 10:30:33

"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."


22-08-2006, 10:41:14

Another good review as usual Jim although I dont think I need Quad SLI just yet Quote

22-08-2006, 11:13:29

Looks sweet as. These are solid as hell. Tempting but £200 puts it out of my range....for now Quote

22-08-2006, 12:23:12

Wow! Now that's an uber nice psu. Great review jim, and very 1337 psu.

Good job as usual!Quote

22-08-2006, 12:39:51


22-08-2006, 12:46:40

Beastly PSU. I freakin LOVE topower shielding/sleeving. It's the sickest looking thing ever. Those round heatsinks are sick, too.Quote

22-08-2006, 12:53:46

That PSU looks intense, I don't need something with that much power but it is still extremely sweet. Nice review Quote

22-08-2006, 13:22:50

Originally Posted by name='Kempez'
Tempting but £200 puts it out of my range....for now
200£ for that i would definitly pay.

comes in at over 320£ over here.Quote

22-08-2006, 13:40:45

lol that is a power house lmfao.. you could take over the world with one of those! great review jimQuote

22-08-2006, 14:00:07

Cheers lads Quote

22-08-2006, 21:28:17

Lordy...lordy...lordy, how frickin' sweet is that!!!! I've fallen in love :rocker: Awesome review Jim Do you know if it is gonna be available without the ol' fart colour schemed briefcase any time in the future?Quote

23-08-2006, 01:19:21

'fraid not. After speaking with Tagan - the suitcase is here to stay Quote

23-08-2006, 03:09:44

Ah well fair enough. It's still an awesome looking/performing PSU, and I want one...I just have to save a little longer Quote

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