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Zalman ZM650-EBT 650W
We're taking a look at another unit from Zalman today. After the last one turned up looking rather unremarkable performance wise, Zalman is especially eager to impress us today with the ZM650-EBT 80 Plus Gold unit. Let's find out how it does.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Mar-21-2016)
Silverstone Strider Platinum 550W
Here comes another Silverstone, and once again they're bringing us power in ever smaller packages. Today, they've managed to fit 550 watts at 80 Plus Platinum efficiency into a 140mm deep housing. Will this unit outperform the 750 watt model we recently checked out? I'm looking forward to doing some load testing to find out.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Sun, Mar-06-2016)
Rosewill Capstone G750 750W
Let's take another look at Rosewill's new Capstone G series of units today. A little while ago, we tested the 1200 watt model and found it to be a competent and yet unremarkable unit for the budget conscious. Today, we'll find out if the 750 watt model is worth the money. Care to join me?
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Sun, Feb-21-2016)
EVGA Supernova T2 850W
We started off January with two 80 Plus Titanium units back to back. Let's get February started with Titanium as well as we continue to look at EVGA's new line of units. We'll throw the 850 watt model at the load testers today. Come on in... this should be good!
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Sun, Jan-31-2016)
Zalman ZM700-GVM 700W
Here's a name we don't see everyday here at the lab - Zalman. We have a brand new power supply from them here for testing in the form of the semi-modular ZM700-GVM. Zalman units used to be quite decent back in the day... what about now?
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Tue, Jan-26-2016)
Silverstone Strider Platinum 750W
We haven't looked at a Silverstone unit in a little bit, so let's look at one now. This is a company that has been concentrating hard lately on bringing us power supplies that can do the job in less space than the competition without a lot of compromise to the performance side of things. They're now bringing this strategy to the realm of 80 Plus Platinum efficiency. Let's find out if the ST75F-PT gets the job done.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Sun, Jan-17-2016)
EVGA Supernova T2 1000W
It's been more than a year since the first Titanium units hit the market. EVGA was the second company to do so, and for the longest time it's been not too well kept a secret that more models in their T2 line of units would be arriving on the scene eventually. It looks like the wait is officially over. Meet the T2 1000 watt model.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Jan-11-2016)
Thermaltake Toughpower DPS-G 1250W Titanium
It's a brand new year here in the test lab, and with it comes a brand new unit fresh on the scene. 80 Plus Titanium units are still pretty slow to hit the market, but I'm predicting we'll see more than a few of them this year as companies are able to get them into the market. Our first such unit comes from Thermaltake, and on the surface looks like it's going to be hard to beat. This is a 1250 watt monster featuring individually sleeved cables, software monitoring, and even a fan you can change the illumination color of at your whim. Let's find out if it can hang with the other big Titanium units out there. There's not a lot of competition for it, so it's got a chance.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Sun, Jan-03-2016)
FSP Hydro G 750W
FSP comes to us today with a brand new product in the Hydro G 750 watt unit. We've looked at other FSP based designs lately, and found some promising and competitive stuff though these didn't come with the actual FSP name on the side. This time, we're looking at an actual FSP branded product. Let's see what it's all about.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Sun, Dec-20-2015)
FirePower Fatal1ty 750W
It's been quite a few months now since OCZ left the power supply business, and business in general. In that time, their power supply business was snatched from the jaws of bankruptcy by a small company by the name of FirePower. Since then, FirePower has worked hard to bring the old OCZ units, PC Power and Cooling included, back to the marketplace. I've got one of their units in front of me now in the form of the Fatal1ty 750 watt model. This unit is fully modular and 80 Plus Gold. Does FirePower have what it takes to compete against some ultra strong competition OCZ didn't have to worry about so much back in the day? We're going to find out.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Sun, Dec-13-2015)
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