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Kolink Continuum 1500W
For my second review of 2018, we'll be revisiting the products of Hungarian company Kolink. Today, it'll be the 1500 watt Continuum model under the microscope. Let's see if this unit makes more of an impression on us.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Wed, Jan-24-2018)
Corsair RMX White 850W
I've decided to start the New Year by reviewing something only slightly less incandescent than the Great White North itself, the new Corsair RMX White 850 watt unit. This unit promises all we came to like about the original RM850x packaged with a nifty looking white and black color scheme with individual sleeving on its white fully modular cables. Let's find out now if Corsair's still bringing the goods.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Jan-08-2018)
Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 1000W
I can see no better way to close out 2017 than to review another one of Seasonic's latest and greatest units, the flagship of the new Prime Ultra line of units. Folks, meet the 1000 watt Prime Ultra Titanium.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Dec-25-2017)
Silverstone SX500-G SFX 500W
Not too long ago, we saw Silverstone release a new line of SFX units that promised to be good quality, small, and silent. We've already seen what the larger 650W model can do, so how about we check out the 500W version?
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Dec-11-2017)
Seasonic Prime Ultra Titanium 650W
Seasonic has been on a real winning streak for a few years now. It seems like each time we see them, they bring a little better performance each time. Now, they're freshening up the successful Prime line of units and calling them Prime Ultra. I have the 650W Titanium variant in front of me. Let's see what improved this time.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Dec-04-2017)
Bitfenix Formula Gold 750W
We're taking another look at the products of Bitfenix today, a company with very little market presence outside Europe. On tap for this week - the Formula Gold 750 watt model. This is a budget oriented model that promises to be as no frills as possible, yet with enough performance to do a good job.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Nov-20-2017)
Enermax MaxTytan 800W
Let's take a look at a new Enermax unit today. As time has gone by, it seems that this once prominent brand has gotten kind of pushed to the side as companies like EVGA, Corsair, and Seasonic have risen to prominence. But Enermax is keen to show us that they can still get the job done, and have a new flagship line of Titanium efficiency units to prove it. We'll check out the 800 watt model today and see if the competition should be worried.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Nov-06-2017)
Silverstone SX650-G SFX 650W
Silverstone's been highly active in pushing power density to the utmost now for a few years. Quite frankly, this company has done more to put forward the SFX form factor than any other company I can think of. Now, we find ourselves presented with the SX650-G... a unit Silverstone hopes will fend off the recent competition posed by Corsair. Let's see if this unit manages to do it.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Oct-23-2017)
Aerocool Project 7 850W
We haven't looked at an Aerocool power supply in quite a few years now. It's time for that dry spell to end. Aerocool's been working on something called Project 7, and have provided me with a brand new power supply unit under that mysterious moniker. Let's have a look at the 850 watt Project 7 unit and see if we can unlock its mysteries.
Permalink (By OklahomaWolf on Mon, Oct-09-2017)
Enermax Platimax DF 600 - 600W Power Supply
It's been a few years since we've looked at anything from Enermax's Platimax line. Today we are going to take a look at one of their newest entries in that line, the Enermax Platimax DF 600W. The Platimax DF series utilizes a fully modular design paired with custom individually sleeved cables. One of the new features the Platimax DF offers is Enermax's DFR (Dust Free Rotation) function, which allows the fan to start up in reverse blowing away any dust before switching back to its normal rotation. On that note, let's dust this off and get things rolling.
Permalink (By Tazz on Mon, Sep-25-2017)
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