Cougar updates its CMX series of power supplies with a reduced footprint, fourth-gen Haswell support and more. Let's see what Zac thinks of it right now.
SilverStone's ST30SF PSU may be a tiny power supply rated for only 300W of power, but it doesn't disappoint in the very least. Let's check it out.
We take a look at our first mid-range PSU from be quiet! You'll certainly want to read this if you're considering the Power Zone 850.
We take a look at our first non-enthusiast grade power supply from Be Quiet! and are please with the results of the Pure Power L8 500W.
OCZ has done a refresh of their Fatal1ty power supply series, but it may not have been for the better. Let's take a close look at the new PSU now.
Seasonic's latest budget PSU shows that you don't always have to pay more to get more. Let's dive in and take a close look at the M12II 750W.
Antec expands its modular High Current Gamer lineup with the new 750W model. Let's take a close look at this new PSU and see how it performs.
Cougar's budget level power supply looks amazing and performs well for such a low cost unit. Let's dive in and take a close look at it now.
Thermaltake's latest mainstream power supply is easy on the pocket and delivers more than most would expect.
Hot on the heels of Cooler Master's new flagship V1000 is the new i700 power supply. Read the full review to find out if this budget unit is worth the savings.
Enermax's new Triathlor FC 650W has a decent set of features and performs relatively well, but the price point seems a bit askew for what you get.
Enermax's latest entry level power supply provides a decent power for those just starting out, but may not provide the best value if you're on a tight budget.
Kingwin proves with its new Power Force 850W PSU they've got you covered even if you're on a tight budget.
Our first look at a power supply from Fractal Design leaves us rather impressed. If you're in the market for a mid-range PSU, your wallet begs you to check this out.
FSP's new Raider 750W power supply proves to be quite the value for those seeking enough wattage for a pair of video cards while saving a little coin.
In-Win goes green with their latest power supplies, but the green in your wallet might be spent better elsewhere.