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EVGA Announces SuperNOVA P6 Series Power Supplies

EVGA just announced its SuperNOVA P6 series fully modular power supplies with power ratings of 650W, 750W, 850W, and 1000W. The SuperNOVA P6 is EVGA’s most compact 80+ platinum ATX power supply at only 140 mm long. All four models feature a full-bridge, LLC Resonant Rectification, and a DC-DC design providing excellent efficiency and voltage regulation. Currently, only the 850W and 1000W models are available and are priced at $219.99 and $299.99 respectively. The 650W and 750W versions are coming soon but prices have not been published. Here is EVGA’s official press release. Read More

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EVGA Supernova 650 G3 Power Supply Review

EVGA probably isn’t the first name you think of regarding high-quality PSUs, but they’re certainly no newbies considering they made what is basically the Tesla Roadster of PSUs – top-flight specs that almost everyone wants, but also massive overkill and beyond budget for most PC builders. Today, in contrast, we’ll be reviewing an EVGA Supernova 650 G3 PSU, one that the average PC builder can actually afford, yet is adequate for even a fairly high-end PC. Will EVGA be able to deliver on a budget? Read More

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Antec High Current Gamer 750W (HCG-750M) Power Supply Review

Antec is a very well-known manufacturer of cases and power supply units, with an excellent reputation among gamers and enthusiasts. A few years ago Antec released their first power supply units aiming directly to gamers, the High Current Gamer series. Today, we are having a look at their latest revision, which sports an upgraded design and modular cables. It is the most powerful modular model which we will be testing today, the HCG-750M, a power supply capable of continuous 750W output. Read More

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Be Quiet! Power Zone 1000W Power Supply Review

Be Quiet! is, despite the eccentric name, perhaps the most popular European manufacturer of power supply units. Today, the company retails several series and tens of power supplies, most having been designed with low-noise operation in mind. Their latest series is the Power Zone, which consists of four units (650W to 1kW) and the company claims a great balance of features, performance and price. The most powerful variation of the Power Zone series found its way into our labs. We will see how well it can perform in this review. Read More

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Overclockers.com Power Supply Testing Equipment & Methodology (UPDATED)

From all the parts which make up a personal computer, the power supply is perhaps the most difficult to properly test and review. That is because, once installed inside a system, there is no way to control and regulate the actual load of the power supply, even if proper measuring and monitoring equipment is available. Therefore, no proper testing of a power supply can be performed at all without a fully adjustable, stable load. For basic testing, most technicians are using power resistors in order to simulate a simple and (almost) steady load. Larger companies and specialists often use Automated Testing Equipment (ATE) systems, usually from Chroma or Sunmoon, which essentially are electronic loads that can run automated test patterns. Read More