In the realm of power supply units (PSUs), the core underpinning of any high-performance computing system, seasoned market players have continually raised the bar in delivering efficient, reliable, and technologically superior products. One such stalwart in the PSU domain is SeaSonic, whose meticulous engineering and innovation have repeatedly set industry benchmarks. In today’s review, we are having a look at the ATX 3.0 upgrade of SeaSonic’s revered Focus series, which epitomizes a fine balance between cost and performance aimed at catering to a broad spectrum of PC enthusiasts and builders. It is the successor of the Focus Plus series, which used to be SeaSonic’s most popular series over the past several years. The new Focus GX series consists of five units with a power output ranging...
In today's review, we are taking a look at a tiny beast, the FSP Dagger Pro 850W power supply. Although reduced to standard SFX proportions and forced to use...5 by E. Fylladitakis on 9/16/2022
A few years ago I remember visiting a company at the Computex trade show that was showing off a prototype liquid cooled power supply. At the time I said...19 by Ian Cutress on 1/9/2019
In today's review we are taking a look at the new revision of Corsair's RM850x power supply. Corsair's RM series is renowned for delivering high performance and quiet operation...16 by E. Fylladitakis on 8/22/2018
GIGABYTE has announced a new line of power supplies under the Aorus premium branding unveiling the new P850W and P750W to the market. The two power supplies carry an...10 by Joe Shields on 7/17/2018
Corsair has announced a new color option for the RMx series power supplies, Arctic White. Readers with a watchful eye may remember that a while ago the company brought...7 by Joe Shields on 7/28/2017
In this review we are having a look at Seasonic’s new flagship series, the PRIME Titanium 650W, 750W and 850W PSUs. These three units are 80Plus Titanium certified, come...86 by E. Fylladitakis on 4/7/2017
Today we're looking at the flagship PSU series from be quiet!, the Dark Power Pro 10. We received two of the models, the 650W and the 850W versions, but...25 by E. Fylladitakis on 2/2/2015