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InWin Green Me 750 W Power Supply Review

The Green Me series is aimed at a very tough market indeed, the mid-range wattage mid-range efficiency market. It sports 80+ Bronze certification and comes in power outputs of 550 W, 650 W and 750 W. Along with being aimed at a market best described as “tough”, the Green Me is also aimed at being green. Read More

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InWin Glacier 900W 80+ Gold Power Supply Review

Today, we’re looking at InWin’s new Glacier 900 W power supply. It’s an 80+ Gold rated, modular cabled unit with a nice looking spec sheet and a staggeringly long seven year warranty. Sounds pretty good to me! I’ll give it a taste of hell with my load tester, peer into its secret high frequency workings with my oscilloscope, and lastly crack it open to see if any wooly mammoths are inside the glacier. If I don’t find frozen mammoths, I’ll look at the build quality and see what components were used. Read More

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Antec HCP-850W Power Supply Review

Antec was kind enough to send Overclockers.com a shiny new HCP-850 W power supply to review, this is Antec’s second model in the High Current Pro (HCP) series. While it is in related to the HCP-1200 W in name and efficiency the internals are almost certainly significantly different. We will, of course, check! Read More

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Supermicro SC846A-R1200B Review

Sometimes too much is never enough. This is often true when it comes to storage. Rackmount cases that allow for the use of high speed internal arrays (rather than external arrays requiring a bridge) are becoming more common. This is a good example of a mid level solution using the design criteria that are present in enterprise level server solutions. Read More