Monday, May 13, 2013
- 11:50 pm | SilverStone Publishes List of Intel Core i “Haswell”-Compatible Power Supply Units. 36 PSUs from SilverStone Fully-Compatible with Intel Haswell
- 8:26 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
- 4:45 pm | Corsair Publishes List of Intel Core i “Haswell”-Compatible Power Supply Units. Corsair Lists Over 20 Haswell-Compatible PSUs
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
- 11:45 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
Tuesday, April 7, 2009
- 7:58 am | OCZ’s PC Power & Cooling Launches First Uninterruptible Power Supply. OCZ Technology Group Enters UPS Business
In our today’s roundup we would like to talk about power supply units from Chieftec. We will discuss the features and performance of 10 models ranging from 400W to 1200W.
Despite similar - and pretty big – size, these two system cases designed in Big Tower form-factor offer us two completely different approaches to organization of their internal space and structure. Read our review for more details.
This article will talk about a truly unique case with original design that boasts easy access to all system components, excellent cooling at very low noise level and extravagant looks. It has only one, but very serious drawback. Find out more from our review!
The PSU’s we are going to discuss in our today’s article can be split in two groups: good old models from Galaxy, Infinity and Liberty series, and the new MODU82+ and PRO82+.
We have already tested ASUS power supply units once in our lab back in the far away 2004. Today we are going to check out three new products from this manufacturer ranging from 550 to 750 W.
Today we are going to discuss three system cases and their modifications from the mainstream price segment from such popular brands as HEC, Gigabyte and Raidmax. Hopefully our article will help you make your choice.
Four out of five Hiper PSUs we are going to talk about today have not only new parameters and functionality, but are manufactured by a different company. Hiper decided to replace their former manufacturer with a well known Channel Well. Their functionality, however, is truly great. Three models out of five have a built-in USB 2.0 hub.
Today we are going to talk about four power supply units from a well-known manufacturer of computer memory – Corsair Company. We will discuss solutions targeted for different market segments and ranging from 450W up to 1kW capacity.
This article is our report about five power supplies from well-known brands ranging from 500W to 800W . Two companies, namely Thermaltake and Enermax, are long known as PSU makers, but the other three are new names in the market of power supplies.
In this article we are going to discuss seven power supply units from Antec that can be purchased separately and also come bundled with the system cases we have tested earlier. Besides that we will also measure how much power a contemporary computer actually needs…
Today we are going to talk about six completely different system cases from Antec: starting with the miniature NSK1380 and finishing with a full-size P182. You should be able to find one that will suit your needs. read our roundup for details.
This part of our roundup will be devoted to power supply units with capacity ranging from 450W to 850W. We will check out 7 models from AcBel, Gigabyte, Zalman and Corsair. All the details on their performance and functionality in our extensive article!
Today we are going to talk about Hiper’s debut in the ATX system case market. The Anubis is undoubtedly stylish, original and efficient in terms of cooling. It is an ideal playground for a technical modder, but still there are a few things that need to be improved. Read more in our review!
The manufacturers are getting ever higher with their PSUs, reaching the 1500W milestone already. Today we are going to introduce to you 10 units with the capacity of 1000W or well beyond that. We will discuss the solutions from Antec, Enermax, Floston Energetix, FSP Group, Silverstone, Tagan, Thermaltake and Ultra.
This article provides a detailed description of our methodology for testing power supplies in three major parts. The first one lists PSU parameters we check out and specifies the test conditions. In the second section you’ll find terms often voiced by PSU manufacturers for marketing purposes and their definitions. The third part will be most interesting for people who’d like to know how our PSU testbed is designed and operates.
This roundup covers power supply units for midrange and entry-level computers. Such models start from a modest wattage of 300W and a price of $20. We have also included a few powerful PSUs available at affordable prices. All in all we will talk about 17 models from HEC (Ascot), FSP, In Win, Tsunami, Hiper and PC Power & Cooling.
Topower is a popular manufacturer. Besides making a wide range of PSUs for such brands as Tagan, BeQuiet, Mushkin and OCZ, the company is promoting its own brand, offering boxed PSUs of varying wattage and functionality. Today we are going to review 9 solutions from Topower ranging from 500W to 800W.
It’s been a while since we tested power supply units, but today we are going to make up for that by offering you a detailed review of 15 power supply units with the wattage below 1000W. You will find the solutions from Antec, Cooler Master, Etasis, Floston Energetix, FSP, Rosewill, Seasonic, Thermaltake, Ultra and Zalman in our new monster roundup.
Today we are going to review a system case from NMEDIAPC that can be used to build an all-purpose HTPC system for a wide range of applications. It proved to be a great choice for those who need a universal HTPC system free from compatibility issues. Read more in our review!
We would like to introduce to you four new system cases in the mainstream price segment from Asus, Gigabyte and Cooler Master. We will discuss in detail their design, features, estimate the ease of system assembly and test their thermal characteristics.