Founded in 1986, Topower is a company that began life as a manufacturer of switching power supplies. While they have expanded their product line of late, today we will be looking at one of their latest offerings in the PSU segment, the PowerBird 1100.
With features including a modular design and a high power efficiency, it is vying for your bid the next time you upgrade your system power. With so many choices in even high end power supplies, we will look at features and performance in an enthusiast build to see if these guys have what it takes to earn your upgrading dollars.
So kick up your heels and relax for a bit as we take a look at the Topower PowerBird 1100 power supply. Does it have what it takes to be a worthy addition to an enthusiast machine? Let's find out!
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