A little while ago, we looked at the latest awesome unit from EVGA - the G2 850 watt. But there was another unit that came in the shipping box that day, the little brother to that unit. Folks, today I'm looking at the G2 750 watt model. Let's see if the awesomeness from EVGA continues.
Once in a while, it's good to take a break from all the fantastic units companies send us and have a look at the stuff they won't send us. Today's unit comes from a company that quit sending us review samples when my load tester revealed the terrible truth about their then new 950W beast. Folks, let's torture a Coolmax ZX-500 and see what happens.
Once in a while, something comes along in the power supply world that promises not only the moon, but the rest of the solar system as well. Today's review unit looks to break new ground not just for efficiency, but for offering sheer mind melting power with the kind of stability that was unheard of back when I started reviewing power supplies. People, today's review unit is the brand new 80 Plus Titanium Corsair AX1500i. Let's see if it lives up to our rather lofty expectations.
It's Easter week, and children everywhere are enjoying handfuls upon handfuls of candy. I don't have any candy to share with you guys, so I'm going to give you a look at another kind of treat from EVGA: the Supernova G2 850 watt unit. This unit promises to be even better than a chocolate overdose, if that's possible.
Deepcool comes to us again with their new flagship model in the Quanta line of units: the DQ1250. This is our second look at the offerings from this brand new entrant into the power supply arena, and you may recall the 750W model doing pretty well for itself. Let's see if the same is true of this 1250 watt 80 Plus Platinum monster of a unit.
We last saw a full tower case from Corsair back in September, when I took a good long look at the Obsidian 750D. It was a pretty sweet case, but lacked a few desired features in my view. Today, we're looking at another case from Corsair in the Graphite 760T. Will Corsair outdo themselves with this one? Only one way to find out.
Back when I first reviewed the brand new Antec HCP Platinum line of units, all that was available to me was the 850 watt model. Which, I might add, completely obliterated the competition with its outstanding performance. Afterwards, my readers had only one question: when would I review the 1300 watt model. Good peoples of the Internet, the day has arrived.
We've been looking at a lot of 700-800 watt units lately, haven't we? Well, I see no harm in taking a peek at one more. This time, we'll dig deep and peel back the layers of a new Enermax product, the Revolution XT 730 watt. This is a semi-modular 80 Plus Gold unit that should give us some decent performance.
Once in a while, a completely random and unknown product comes in for review. Today, I'm looking at a brand new offering from Deepcool, a company formerly known for cooling solutions, who now wants to make a splash in the power supply business. But do they have what it takes to be competitive in a market dominated by the likes of Seasonic, Antec, Enermax, and Corsair? The Quanta DQ750 is here to answer that very question.