Posts Tagged ‘bronze’
be quiet! may not be a very well known name in North America, but in the European market, and particularly in Germany, it's an entirely different story; they're industry heavyweights. With an established reputation in the power supply market, the company is looking to expand further west, particularly in North America, and from what we've seen so far with their products, they appear to be on the right track. The be quiet! PowerZone 1000W features stunning styling, fully modular design, and quiet operation. Priced at $189 and 80Plus Bronze certified, can the performance measure up? Let's take a closer look at the PowerZone 1000W and see if it can meet be quiet!'s claims and our expectations.
The OCZ Fatal1ty Series 750W comes with some interesting features that should appeal to the gamers in the crowd. Haswell-ready and LED lighting get it started, but what about performance? We know that sheet specs certainly don't tell the real story though, so let's take a closer look at this new unit and get it on the bench to find out what it can do.
Introduction The be quiet brand name may not be very well known in North America, but in the European market it’s a different story. With an established reputation in the power supply market, the company is looking to expand further west, and from what we’ve seen so far with their products, they appear to be on the right track. We came away very impressed by the be quiet Dark Power Pro model after our testing, and today we’re focusing on a power supply that’s a bit more modest in its goals but also in its price. The Pure Power L8 700W is a more budget-oriented unit that looks to be more affordable to the masses without compromising quality. Coming with an 80PLUS Bronze rating at a price of $100, we think be quiet is certainly making the right moves for its North American target audience. The be quiet Pure Power L8 700W features simple but sleek styling, a quiet operation, and strong performance for the price. We love that sort of combination, but can the reality match what’s being claimed? It’s a competitive market, with some established companies that garner much attention, so we’re anxious to see what be quiet brings to the table. Let’s take a closer look at the Pure Power L8 700W and see if it can live up to be quiet’s claims and our expectations.
The Cooler Master i700 is an affordable mid-range power supply, and while it's not a beast like one of Cooler Master's premium V-Series units, the i700 is 80PLUS Bronze certified and comes with a very attractive price tag of $80 ($69 after rebate that we've currently seen). Seems like a very enticing budget-oriented unit, so let's take a closer look at this Cooler Master i700 power supply and see how it fares.