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Rosewill Silent Night 500 W Fanless Power Supply

Sometimes even a quiet fan is too loud, for those situations Rosewill has you covered with this Silent Night PSU. It doesn’t have a loud fan. It doesn’t have a quiet fan. It doesn’t have a fan at all! The claim is that this makes it a 0dB PSU. It certainly goes a long way towards that goal, but fans aren’t the only source of noise from a PSU.

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Rosewill TACHYON 1000 Watt 80+ Platinum Power Supply Review

Rosewill has decided to get into the High Wattage High Efficiency power supply game, their TACHYON series runs from 550 W up through 1000 W. Naturally enough, I went for the 1000 W flavor. It boasts 80+ Platinum efficiency, modular cables, as well as general awesomeness. This isn’t the first 1kW Platinum unit we’ve had here at OCF, let’s see how Rosewill’s model compares!

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Cooler Master HAF XB Case Review

Cooler Master, never a company to sit around and do nothing, seems to have spent some time thinking outside the box. The result is this HAF XB case. It’s shaped like a box, I assume they didn’t do their thinking inside as it’s too small to fit a standardized engineer inside it.

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Cooler Master Silent Pro Platinum 1000 W PSU Review

Here we have Cooler Master’s latest PSU. No longer content with mere Silver or Gold ratings, this unit is rated as an 80+ Platinum unit. The 80+ Platinum badge certifies that the PSU is disgustingly efficient and contributes a bare minimum to global warming. Or at the very least, that it’s at least 89% efficient at full load, 92% at 50% load, and 90% at 20% load.

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EVGA SuperNova NEX1500 W Classified Power Supply Review

Here we have it folks, EVGA’s entry into the “Ultimate PSU” market. EVGA has gone above and beyond the usual even for this market segment. 1500 W isn’t enough, so they put in eight rails (that can be set to a single huge rail via software or a DIP switch), fan controls, software to monitor and adjust the unit, 16 PCIe cables. It’s an impressively excessive PSU, really.

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NZXT Hale82 N Series 550 W Power Supply Review

Today we have a second NZXT HALE82 N series unit, this time it’s a 550 W. The 750 W flavor turned out to be solid, this unit looks to be on the same platform. This is a good sign. Will it pass with flying colors? Will it explode? You’re going to have to read the review to find out!

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NZXT HALE82 N Series 750 W Power Supply Review

NZXT has released a sequel to their excellent HALE82 power supply lineup, the HALE82 N Series. We have the 750 W flavor here today. It will get checked out, poked, prodded, abusively tested (twice), ripped to shreds, analyzed, inspected, quantified, and finally given an official Overclockers.com rating.