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  1. Skyguy

    OCZ ZX 850W 80PLUS Gold

    OCZ has been offering power supplies for quite some time, but their latest premium offering is the ZX Series 80+ Gold Certified lineup. With a few different models ranging from 850W up to 1250W, today we're looking at the 850W version. Let's take a closer look at this unit and see how it fares...
  2. Skyguy

    Sparkle GOLD 850W

    Sparkle has given us the opportunity to look at another one of their 80PLUS GOLD certified power supplies in the form of a 850W unit. Sporting the same aesthetics as its bigger brother, will it offer the same performance at the lower wattage to consumers who have a more modest budget...
  3. Skyguy

    Kingwin Lazer 850W

    Today we're looking at the Kingwin Lazer 850W power supply, a unit that comes with enough horsepower for a hungry SLI/Crossfire setup, but with a price tag that won't break the bank. It's got some unique aesthetics with the ability to not only change the fan LED colour from blue to...
  4. Skyguy

    Seventeam V-Force 850W

    Today we're looking at the Seventeam V-Force 850W power supply, a unit that makes big promises. You may not be very familiar with Seventeam, but they've begun to make inroads lately, and we're quite anxious to look at this unit to see what they bring to the table. Let's take a look at the...
  5. Skyguy

    AZZA Titan 850W

    Traditionally when talking about the "heart" of a personal computer the first thing we think of is the CPU. That is understandable but the fundamentals really lye in another piece of equipment typically over looked in general, if not up front then in the maintenance of it. When we think of a car...
  6. Skyguy

    Rosewill Xtreme 850W

    Today we're looking at the Rosewill Xtreme 850W power supply, a unit that comes with enough horsepower for a hungry SLI/Crossfire setup, but with a price tag that won't break the bank. It's got some flash with a pair of blue LED fans, and it promises good performance at a good price. Sounds like...
  7. Skyguy

    In Win Commander 750W, 850W

    Today we're looking at the InWin Commander 750w and 850w power supplies. They are very similar to the 1200w version that we've previously reviewed, which was built like a tank, appropriate given its military-styled theming and design. Today's units are less powerful, but no slouches either...
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