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Seven affordable PSUs take on The Beast
In its latest outing, our beastly power supply tester takes on seven PSUs between 350 and 500W, including a lowly generic unit. Read on...
The Beast chews through seven new PSUs
PC Power & Cooling's Silencer has reigned as our enthusiast PSU of choice for ten months now, but how does it stack up against the...
Eight power supply units encounter The Beast
Enthusiasts know there's much more to a PSU than wattage; we're looking for consistent DC voltages, minimal AC ripple, high efficiency, low noise, and effective...
Eleven enthusiast power supplies compared
Enthusiasts know the value of a quality power supply, but picking the best one isn't easy. We've pushed 11 PSUs between 500 and 750W...
Eight power supplies compared
I'VE EXTOLLED the virtues of quality power supplies so many times that saying...
Five power supplies compared
I'VE SAID IT before, and I'll say it again: power supplies are continually...
TR's power supply comparo
THE MAJORITY OF attention in PC enthusiast media is dedicated to graphics cards,...
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|WD unveils a raft of HGST enterprise storage products||7|
|Fatal1ty by Monster's FXM 200 gaming headset reviewed||12|
|Independent QA firm digs into the causes of Note 7 battery fires||38|
|BenQ SW320 monitor is one of the first with HDR||18|
|GeForce 376.19 drivers bring Oculus Touch support||2|
|Corsair's Carbide Series Air 740 case reviewed||10|
|Micron 5100-series SSDs make speedy datacenter storage cheaper||22|
|Intel takes the lid off the full specs of its Apollo Lake NUCs||44|
|The little 1.5-GHz Celeron isn't likely to set anyone's pants on fire with its performance. Not setting pants on fire can be a good thing you know. --...||+37|