Being a relatively new company, many may not have heard of Tuniq. A subsidiary of Sunbeam, these folks are in the business of creating cooling solutions, enclosures and power supplies. We have looked at some of their offerings in this last category before and have been impressed with what is offered, but this time around they have dipped into the realm of the power user.
With so many choices in the high-end power supply arena, we will delve deeper to see if the folks at Tuniq have a winning solution on their hands. We'll look at what is offered in the area of available power, look at feature sets and of course thrash it around for about a week to look for any instances of instability.
So what are we waiting for? Let's see what this Ensemble has to offer!
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