Ever see products that are free after rebate and wonder how good they really are? We found the Ultra Products V Series 500W power supply and couldn’t pass up the deal, so we bought and put it on the test bench. How will this FREE 500W power supply handle a dual-core system running some high end graphics cards? Read on to find out how it did on graphics cards like the 7900 GS, 7900 GTX and 8800 GTX!
PC Power & Cooling has long been known for high-end quality power supplies that perform well and have the cost to prove it. Today we have a look at their Silencer 750 Power Supply to see if it is able to handle today’s high-end equipment. With the single 12V rail design that can handle 60A, this power supply might just have what it takes to be in your system!
Ultra Products, a global leader in technology solutions, today announces that it will unveil the world’s first 2000W ATX Power Supply Unit for the PC at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. We bring you some of the first available pictures of this beast and take a closer look at the number of rails and Amps that this power supply can handle!
Today Legit Reviews goes beyond a typical review and jumps head first into how power supplies are priced and what you need to look for when it comes to buying a top end power supply. We go over a number of issues ranging from the temperature ratings on capacitors to how the total power is figured out. Save some money by buying the right power supply the first time!
As the latest entrant into the power supply industry it’s now Corsair?s turn to sit in the hot seat as we take a look at their HX Series of modular power supplies. Legit Reviews has had the pleasure of taking their 620Watt model, the CMPSU-620HX and taking it for a test spin on our Conroe and AM2 gaming systems.
Last month in the 8-way SLI and Crossfire Power Supply Roundup we found that not every power supply makes the cut on the high end gaming systems that were used for testing. One of the power supplies that ended up in our yellow caution zone was the Ultra’s X-Connect X2 550W power supply. After talking with Ultra LR tries some new things to balance the load to see if it makes a difference.
Today Legit Reviews brings you our thoughts on EIGHT power supplies that we tested on two top shelf gaming AMD and Intel gaming platforms to see which ones can hang our torture test. While ATI and Nvidia have their approved power supplies our testing found that some of their approved models couldn’t make the cut. Read on and see which THREE power supplies don’t pass.
During a recent conversation with Mushkin, Inc. it was discovered that Mushkin is just a number of weeks away from launching thier own power supply series. Right now the only thing we could get Mushkin to talk about was their 650W model known as the model XP-650. Read on to see what Mushkin is coming out with.
AeroCool has been around since 2001 and have started to develop a great name for themselves in the enthusiast and gaming community. Today we take a look at AeroCool’s Zerodba 620W Power Supply Unit and see what their Zerodba technology is all about. If you are looking for a power supply that supports all ATI CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI video card solutions read on!
Today we take a look at one of Thermaltake’s modular implementations. The Purepower Power Station 520W PSU offers solid stability and improved modularity. With the power demands of today’s hardware, we show why it is important to upgrade the old sub-400 watt PSU with your next system upgrade.
Are you looking for a power supply that supports two PCIe SLI power cables, SATA hard drives, and the EPS power connector for your next system? If the answer is yes, read on and take a look at the E-Power Silent Engine Tiger 550W power supply review we have today. We take the 550W power supply for a test spin on an Extreme Edition rig and give you our thoughts.
When you buy a power supply you check the specifications that it meets right? Many people make sure it is compliant on the box and think nothing more of it. Legit Reviews discovered that SkyHawk PowerOne Power Supplies don’t meet the specifications listed on the box. This is a must read article.
With consumers needing bigger power supplies to power their new high end systems we are starting to see massive PSU’s hit the market. Today Legit Reviews takes a look at the Thermaltake Silent Purepower 680W PSU and checks out how it performs on our DFI nF4 Ultra board and AMD A64 3500+ CPU overclocked to 2.53GHz.
SkyHawk?s new PowerONE power supply strives to take on OCZ, Antec, and Fortron with a high wattage low cost solution. The best part is that saving money may not mean sacrificing quality. What can you get from this spanking new design? Well your going to have to read the review duh!