For most of us who have been building systems for a while, we have seen a large influx of power supplies on the market. Whether we are looking for a moderate product to power a standard desktop rig or a monster to breathe life into an enthusiast class machine, the number of choices is simply huge.
Enter E-Power, a company that has been around since 1990 but is not one of the big contenders. This company has a goal of creating high quality at an affordable price, and today we will take a peek at one of their moderate level power supplies to see if they have managed to pull this off.
The Thunder 650 will fall into the mid-level of power supplies by today's standards, so is designed for use in a system that needs plenty of juice but isn't stretching into the high end machines. We will look at the features, the price point, and the performance to help you decide if it rates high enough to be a contender for your upgrading dollars.
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