FSP announces Hydro PTM+ Limited Edition PSU launch
Bundles sleeved cables, AIO cooler.
Bundles sleeved cables, AIO cooler.
80 Plus Gold, fully modular, and packing plenty of power.
Even PSUs can be RGB these days, but this high-end Aerocool model has a few other tricks up its sleeve.
A quick guide on how to power up and test specific components (like a pump) without turning on your whole system.
BFG is more a name associated with graphics cards, rather than power supplies, however the company has teamed up with industry expert, JonnyGuru, to create something that really might surprise you.
Seasonic's reputation for quality is notorious - we check out the company's cheap and cheerful S12-II 500W offering. Will it be quite so cheerful after it's been on the load bench? Let's find out...
Are you looking for a power supply and you're on a budget? Corsair's VX550W might be just what you're looking for. We check to see if the quality of Corsair's range continues down to the low end... or are corners cut along the way? Read on to find out.
We recently interviewed Doug Dodson, the CTO of premier PSU maker PC Power & Cooling, about his thoughts on the industry, enthusiasts, where the humble power supply is heading, his own designs for modular units and his quips on Ultra's modular patent!
Thermaltake takes things to an extreme with its Toughpower 1500W W0171 power supply. We test this 1,500W behemoth to see if it really is worthy of the Toughpower name. And, more to the point, find out if is there a need...
Enermax has launched a replacement for the ageing Liberty and Noisetaker II - say hello to the 82+ series. The non-modular Pro 82+ claims a consistent power efficiency of... wait for it... more than 82 percent. Let's find out how it gets on.
We've all heard of green PCs - but what about a green case? Claiming excellent noise reduction and an innovative thermal management system, the Silentium T2 Eco 80 is a case which seems to have it all - but appearances can be deceiving...
We round up this year's CeBIT tradeshow looking at the best of those that didn't make our news feed last week. We've got products from Akasa, Asus, BFGTech, CoolIT, Cooler Master, Corsair, Gigabyte, Lian Li, MSI, OCZ, Seasonic, Tagan, Zalman and more!
UPDATED: Corsair has announced new additions to its power supply, DDR2 and DDR3 product lines ahead of CeBIT next week.
Thermaltake introduces a new QFan to its Toughpower range, adding this new 14cm "silent" performer to modular connectivity and a five year warranty. Is it enough to tempt you away from everyone else in the busy mainstream market?
Corsair has expanded its popular PSU range with a high-end 750W model that fits into the new TX-series. It's made by a different OEM to the HX-series' everyone is so fond of, so has Corsair managed to eke out the same level of quality? Let's find out...
We have teamed up with Corsair to give away five TX750W power supplies over the festive period. Check inside for details on how to enter... and before you ask, this one is worldwide!
We looked at the Enermax Infiniti 720W a while back and loved it, but perhaps you don't want that much power and don't want to spend quite as much? Does the Infiniti 650W make for a better purchase? Read on find out.
Jumping on Nvidia's "monitor everything" bandwagon, Tagan has launched its BZ range of PSUs that are ESA compatible.
Ultra X3s are shiny, totally modular and ooze coolness factor. We take a look at the mainstream 600W and enthusiast 1,000W models to see if the insides are as good as the outsides.
Today, Nvidia and several big names in the PC industry have announced Enthusiast System Architecture (ESA), an open and royalty-free standard for real-time monitoring and control for power supplies, cases and water cooling systems.
Corsair is offering up two new PSUs in 650W and 750W flavours. If modularity is a key purchasing factor for you though, you might want to look elsewhere.
The Gigabyte Odin GT is not just another 800W PSU with a blue fan - it has software control, thermal probes and fan monitoring built in. They're all good features, but is the unit itself good enough to make you buy one?
Seeking to please computer users that have a system that's power ravenous, PC Power & Cooling has launched its Turbo-Cool 1200 PSU.
Renowned as one of the best Power Supply manufacturers on the planet, PC Power & Cooling (or PCPC) sent us some 750W CrossFire and SLI models to test and confirm if they really do deserve this status.
So you want a PSU that can run a high end system, but your case overheats, is too small or you want something really, really quiet? We may have finally found what you're looking for.
Cooler Master has increased its warranty on PSU's from an industry average two, to a massive five years. Will the rest of the industry follow suit?