A little while back, we took a look at the biggest unit in Seasonic's new XM2 series of units, intended to update and freshen up the X series of units. Today, we're looking at the smaller model in the line, the SS-1050XM2. Will it be every bit as awesome as big brother was?
Today, we're looking at another keyboard, only the third profiled at this site. Today's example comes to us from Coolermaster, the Novatouch TKL. Where most mechanical keyboards seem to be targeted at the gamers among us, this is intended more for people who cannot seem to stop typing words and sentences. Using electrostatic capacitive switches, this very costly keyboard promises to keep writers' hands happy. We're going to see if it really does.
I'm excited to bring you my very first review of a BeQuiet unit today. I have the brand new Straight Power 10 800W unit on the load testers, and it's ready for action. This unit is 80 Plus Gold, semi-modular, and comes with a rather interesting looking cooling fan indeed. Let's see how it does.
FSP comes to us today with a brand new 80 Plus Platinum 1200 watt unit in the Aurum PT. Being their latest and greatest, they hope to make some headway in a market currently dominated by a few really strong players and a lot of not so strong ones. Let's find out where this unit fits into the picture.
High Power comes to us today with a beast of a unit - an 80 Plus Gold fully modular unit called the Astro GD 1200 watt. Let's see if this unit can take on the latest and greatest as I mercilessly throw it under the wheels of the load testing bus. High Power units haven't always reviewed well here at the site, and I'm anxious to see how this one does.
Silverstone comes to us today looking to further push the limits of big power in small spaces. Today, I'm looking at the brand new SFX form factor SX600-G, an 80 Plus Gold unit that happens to be fully modular, somehow. Given that the unit in question could probably hide behind a bottle of ketchup, I really wonder if this unit can possibly give us the performance we want to see from it.
Two weeks ago, we had a look at the first and smallest unit in Corsair's new HXi line of power supplies. Enabled with Corsair Link, that unit proved itself a solid little unit indeed. It's time to go two sizes up from there and see how the 1kW unit behaves. Come on in, won't you?
We've been looking at a lot of EVGA power supplies lately as that company continues to build momentum in the power supply market. So far, they've all been good units. Today, I have the 750W B2 under the magnifying glass... let's find out where this unit fits into the overall scheme of things.
Corsair comes to us today bearing a new and improved HX series power supply, the HX750i. Taking the old HX750, upping the efficiency to Platinum level, and adding Corsair Link support, this promises to be a welcome improvement and update to the Corsair power supply line.
It's been a couple years now since EVGA sought to set the world of power supplies on fire with their NEX1500. While I liked that unit, I didn't quite think it was the groundbreaking unit EVGA was really going for. Recently, Corsair came out with the AX1500i, which showed us all what an ultra high powered unit looked like when done right. But EVGA has not been resting on their laurels. Today, I have their first ever 1600 watt unit on the load testers. Does this beast of a unit improve on the old NEX1500? Can it possibly compete with the elite AX1500i? Can it do it for less money than either one of those units? I'm going to find out.