Thursday, May 23, 2013
- 10:20 pm | Thermaltake Publishes List of PSUs Compatible with Intel Cori i “Haswell” Chips. 20 PSUs from Thermaltake Are Compatible with Next-Gen Intel Chips
Monday, May 13, 2013
- 10:50 pm | SilverStone Publishes List of Intel Core i “Haswell”-Compatible Power Supply Units. 36 PSUs from SilverStone Fully-Compatible with Intel Haswell
- 7:26 pm | Seasonic Publishes List of PSUs Compatible with Intel Core i “Haswell”. Nearly All Seasonic’s 80 Plus PSUs are Compatible with Intel Haswell Processor Generation
Friday, May 10, 2013
- 3:45 pm | Corsair Publishes List of Intel Core i “Haswell”-Compatible Power Supply Units. Corsair Lists Over 20 Haswell-Compatible PSUs
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
- 10:45 pm | Enermax Publishes List of Intel Core i “Haswell” Compatible Power Supply Units. Enermax: All Current Mid-Range and High-End PSUs Support Intel Core i “Haswell” Microprocessors
We are already well familiar with two generations of Seasonic X Series power supply units, which are 80 PLUS Gold certified. But the manufacturer doesn’t stop at that and today we are going to talk about the most powerful product in this series as well as a couple of refreshed PSUs of slightly lower capacity.
Today we are going to check out two pairs of “Platinum” power supply units with capacities of 760 and 860 watts, which belong to two different series: AX and AXi. Which one should be a preference for those who are looking for the most efficient power source for their systems?
The system cases in this review belong to two different price categories: while Corsair carbide 200R is one of the most affordable gaming option, Thermaltake Chaser A41 is from more of a mainstream price range.
The versatility of compact power supply units is overwhelming: SFX12V (in several different implementations), TFX12V, CFX12V, LFX12V, FlexATX... Today we will discuss the units from two very popular categories: TFX12V units are often used in compact system cases, while FlexATX power supplies are also a popular choice for U1 servers.
Thermaltake is one of the oldest case makers, who is still highly active in the market. The company is offering products for every budget; from entry-level up to the most advanced and sophisticated. Today we are going to talk about the products from different price categories: affordable Commander MS-I, MS-II and MS-III, mainstream Level 10 GTS and a high-end Armor Revo.
So far we have only come across Seasonic power supply units certified according to the highest standards in the upper price segment. However, the new G series units with 80 PLUS Gold certification belong to a much more affordable mainstream range.
Today we will talk about four miniature system cases from such well-known makers as Antec, Foxconn and InWin. We will not only check out the features and functionality of the cases, but will also perform a detailed test of the default power supply units that come with them.
We would like to talk about nine power supply units from the most popular 600-700 W wattage range, which represent six different series of devices from four manufacturers: Chieftec, Cooler Master, Corsair and Zalman.
Today we are going to talk about an innovative power supply unit from Corsair supporting Corsair Link interface that allows configuring and monitoring the PSU parameters in real time. Plus it is a 1200 W PSU.
Power supply units with about 800 W capacity are an optimal choice for pretty powerful gaming rigs these days. They can easily power a couple of high-end graphics accelerators and a fast CPU (even at non-nominal frequencies), but their price is not too high at the same time. Today we will talk about four great products like that from Chieftec, Cooler Master, Corsair and Seasonic.
Today we are going to talk about two 1 kW power supply units from Cooler Master that have practically identical model names (one digit difference), the same market positioning and identical wattage. They both belong to the Silent Pro family, though come from two different generations.
Antec system cases from the previous series boasted some truly unique features, which would often make assembly difficult and would always affect their price. New Antec system cases, which we will be talking about today, namely – One, Eleven Hundred and P280, have more traditional design and much more appealing price.
Power supply units with midrange wattage remain among the most popular choices these days. Today we are going to talk about half a dozen models from Antec, Chieftec, HIPRO and OCZ Technology.
Today we are going to talk about three power supply units from the Corsair AX 80 PLUS Gold certified series with the wattage ranging from 650 to 850 watts.
We have already discussed the high-end Corsair system cases from the Graphite and Obsidian series. The products reviewed today belong to the third series, which is the newest and also the most affordable one at this time. Will they be as good in their class as their predecessors? Let’s find out.
Products of the Swedish Fractal Design Company appear on our web-site for the first time. Let’s find out how good these system cases really are. We will check out four models: Core 3000, Arc, Define R3 and Define XL.
I am sure that anyone would love to have a quiet power supply unit in their system. The products addressing these wishes are the fanless PSU models, which have no noise-making components by definition. Today we are going to talk about four products like that from Enhance, Kingwin, Seasonic and Silverstone.
We known Aerocool Company for their diverse system cases, but they also produce power supply units. In fact, they have four different PSU lineups. Today we are going to introduce to you two of them: three power supplies will represent the Value series and one – the highest-end Strike-X series.
Today we are going to talk about five power supply units from Cooler Master, Cougar, OCZ and Seasonic certified according to 80 PLUS Gold standard. Their wattage ranges from 600 to 1050 W, which provides a choice to everyone who is looking for a quality PSU.
Miniature Mini-ITX systems become increasingly popular these days: even in a small form-factor you can easily put together a fully functional system that will be just as powerful as a low-end and sometimes even mainstream full-size computer. Today we would like to introduce to you four Mini-ITX system cases like that from Lian Li and Chenbro.