Corsair comes to us today with one of their latest offerings in their vast line up of PSU's, the RM750i. The new RMi series has a few similarities to the older RM line, but it has even more differences. Corsair has bumped the warranty up to 7 years, added all Japanese capacitors rated at 105°C, upgraded from a rifle bearing (RM) to a FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing) just to name a few. With the addition of Corsair Link, they've expanded it to allow users the access to create custom fan profiles. You can even toggle the +12V rail from single to multiple rails. Let's get this thing cooking.
We continue exploring EVGA's offerings today with the rather unassuming looking "430W." With its dirt cheap price and bargain basement features, it's hard to believe we'll find awesome performance inside the box. But EVGA has surprised me before... let's see if they can do it again.
It's been a little while since we have had a look at a Cooler Master PSU. Oklahoma Wolf took a look at their NovaTouch keyboard back in November 2014, but the last PSU we tested was the V2 550 from almost a year ago. Today we are going to give the Cooler Master G650M a shakedown. With this being an 80+ Bronze rated unit, I do expect to see some cost cutting measures. The main question for me is, will the cuts be too deep? Let's dig in and see.
We're not quite done exploring the products of EVGA this week. Today, I bring to you the much anticipated Supernova G2 650 watt model. That's right, folks, this line of awesome units no longer stops at 750 watts. At least, it should be awesome if the past is any indication. How about we find out for sure?
We've been reviewing a ton of EVGA units lately. This company has seemingly flooded the market with their units, and it's hard to remember that they used to be known for only video cards and motherboards. Today, I'm looking at a unit that's been flying under the radar at most review sites: the G1 1000 watt model, also known as the 1000G.
Recently, we took a peek at the budget minded Corsair CX750M. It turned out to be a somewhat long in the tooth unit that didn't hold up all that well against the competition. But what about the 850W model? Are all CX units created the same? It's my intention to find out today.
It has been a while since I've pitched in on this side of the site, but I plan on trying to take a bit of the load off of OklahomaWolf. We don't want to overwork him. So to start things off we have had a few units show up here in the office from XFX. Believe it or not, it has been 1235 days since our last XFX fix here at JonnyGURU.com. I knew it had been a while, but I really didn't think it had been 3 years, 4 months, and 19 days. The first unit out of the box is the XFX TS 650, so let's get things rolling.
It's been a few months since the last time we saw either an Enermax unit or a fanless unit come through here. Today, that dry spell ends on both counts as we take a look at the very promising Enermax Digifanless 550 watt unit. This is a fanless 80 Plus Platinum unit that recently turned some heads at Computex. And I have one. Let's take a look.
Our adventure through the lands of EVGA continues today with my fourth look at the Supernova GS line of units geared for the silent computing crowd. I'm especially curious about this one, as what I've seen of the insides around the net doesn't look to be a platform I'm familiar with. It's certainly not the same one used in the higher powered units we've already seen.
Not too long ago, Andyson came in here with a brand new 1200 watt 80 Plus Platinum unit that really impressed me. As if that wasn't enough, no sooner had the review gone online than Andyson was sending me emails asking if I wanted to have a look at one of their brand new Titanium units. Of course, I said yes. Folks, this is only my third Titanium level unit ever... let's see what it's made of.