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Raidmax RX-1000AE Power Supply Review

Posted March 14, 2014 by Jake in Cases & PSU


Price at time of Review: $150


Sleek styling; Partly modular; Respectable accessory package; Solid overall performance; Excellent value


Noisy fan; 12V voltage regulation just okay; Cable lengths could be longer; Internals a bit messy
Good power supply that delivers on its claims, and can be a very good buy if you're on a tight budget.
by Jake
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We often see kilowatt power supplies garner much of the attention and buzz in the marketplace, and certainly the allure of “big power” is something we succumb to on occasion as well. And while we may drool over 1500W+ units, the reality is very few people need those. Power supplies in the 1000W still offer plenty of power to those who will predominantly run multiple graphics cards in their systems, but that doesn’t mean these units need to cost a fortune. Indeed, there is a considerable market for those enthusiasts who are of more modest means, and still want plenty of power.

This is where the Raidmax 1000AE 1000W might offer a solution. It’s a kilowatt unit that’s very reasonably priced at only $150. Frankly, that’s a steal of a deal, and if you want a power supply that’s partly modular, sleekly styled, and won’t break the bank, you might want to have a closer look at this Raidmax unit.

Let’s take a closer look at this Raidmax 1000AE power supply and see how it fares.



    Yolo Pascual

    Teapo is not a Japanese Capacitor noob reviewer.

      Sandy Bruce

      It was a simple typo that has been corrected. Your childish comments are not welcome. noob reviewer? So far from true it shows you are a noob troll. Have a nice day.

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