We've looked at a few awesome and awesomely large Enermax units here at the site lately. First, we had the Lepa G1600, which showed us that Enermax was bringing something special to the table. We saw this again with the Maxrevo 1500W. Now, Enermax is going for 80 Plus Platinum based on that same platform. I wonder if it will remain the same incredible performer when tweaked to even higher efficiency. There's only one way to find out. Come on in.
Cougar comes to us today bearing their newest entry into the 80 Plus Gold market, the GX G800. A revision of their older GX series, this unit promises not only high efficiency, but "Perfect voltage regulation." We'll be the judge of that, won't we? Come on in, and we'll get started.
The last time we saw a PC Power and Cooling unit, it was back when jonnyGURU himself took a look at one of a new line of Silencers, which went by the Mark III designation. Weighing in at 600 watts, it managed to do ok here at our site. PC Power and Cooling is back today with a unit twice as powerful. It's 1200 watts, it's certified 80 Plus Platinum, and it wants to be your next power supply.
I've had a few fanless units come in here now and again and attempt to impress me. Some have succeeded more than others. FSP is the latest company to send one of these silent marvels my way, and they're looking to find out what I think of it. Coming in at 400 watts, this is a fully hardwired unit that promises 80 Plus Gold efficiency.
Back in April, I took a look at a monster of a unit, a 1600 watt Lepa that came in and showed other power supplies how it's done. Built by Enermax, it was quite an impressive feat of engineering. Now, I've got the Enermax version on my load tester, the Maxrevo 1500 watt. Is this still a plaform the competition should fear? Let's waste no time in finding out.
Now that we've taken a look at two of Thermaltake's biggest new power supplies on the market in the form of their Toughpower XT 1275 watt and 1375 watt, I reckon it's time to look at the biggest one in the line - the 1475 watt model. On the next one down, I found that despite being billed as 80 Plus Gold, it actually did one better and cleared Platinum. I can't wait to see if this one can manage the same feat. Let's put it to the test right now, shall we?
Today we have the
opportunity to take look at a unique power supply that has been stirring up
questions since its debut at Computex in early June, the Corsair AX1200i. The
AX1200i is the first DSP (Digital Signal Processor) controlled to hit our
section of the market. What does DSP bring to the table? Well, let's dig in and
see if we can answer that question along with a few others that might be
Three years ago, give or take a month, Corsair came in here with a new power supply based on a new platform, called it the HX850, and walked away with their first ever perfect score for performance. Today, they've come to me with the replacement for that unit in the newly redesigned HX850. This time, bearing 80 Plus Gold certification. Let's see if they've been able to keep that stellar performance the HX850 was known for.
month, OklahomaWolf had a look at the Thermaltake Toughpower XT Gold 1375W,
which was a 80 Plus Gold rated unit. Today we are going to be looking at the
little brother, the Thermaltake Toughpower XT Platinum 1275W. We already know
that the Gold 1375W unit was capable of hitting the Platinum numbers, but will
today's sample show the same outcome? Let's read on and find out.
NZXT came to me a few months ago bearing review samples for their new Hale82 series. Based on solid Seasonic platforms, these initially very promising units began to show issues with ripple when heated up in the hot box, in the case of the 850 watt model. Today, I want to take a look at the 750 watt model. Let's see if this one, too, has these same issues.