Tiers of War
Andy gives it a good going over.
id Software give the Slayer a hellishly good sendoff.
Includes a 160mm 1,200W model.
Built from aluminium, confusingly.
Includes 'Dust Free Rotation'.
Patents DFR fan-reversing tech.
Promises support for up to 150W TDP.
Numerous improvements promised.
Supports up to E-ATX boards.
Long-life, stable PSUs for low-drain systems.
Some power supplies won't cope, it's claimed.
We put eight 720-750W PSUs through their paces to separate the champs from the chumps.
Will a fairly small heatsink and single 120mm fan be enough to cool our test gear?
Sealed-unit design with 'Quad Shunt Channel' tech.
Able to fit multiple water-cooling radiators, does this super-sized, fan-filled case make the grade?
We put ten 600W+ PSUs to the the test to see which is most worthy of your cash.
We put nine mid-range PSUs to the the test to see which is most worthy of your cash.
The Hoplite looks good, but can its cooling abilities match its appearance?
The High Current Pro looks good on paper, but can it come through our tests unscathed?
The MaxRevo 1350W is loaded with features, but is it a worthy successor to the Revolution?
Seven cooler models will be available from the outset.
April 12 2021 | 14:00
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