For many of us old timers who have been playing with computers for a while, the name IN WIN conjures up images of system enclosures. It should since the company has been around since 1985 with their primary goal being the sales and marketing of their enclosure product line. Since that time they have expanded a bit and their lineup now includes enclosures, external hard drive enclosures and power supplies.
One of their latest concepts is a new product line that aims directly toward the heart of the enthusiast level builder. Though a smaller niche group of buyers, we tend to look toward the high-end products that are going to cost more then the average user is willing to spend.
The target of today's article is the new Commander Series of power supplies. These units are rated from 650 watts to 1500 watts of power output and consist of a total of five models, so you are assured of getting the power you will need for your own custom build. The Commander we will be testing today is one of the big boys, the 1200 watt Commander. We will delve into this new power supply and let you know what kind of features are included and what kind of power you can expect to be produced. After all, this is your money we're talking about so we will want to make sure it is worth the expense.
So kick up your heels and relax a bit as we take a closer look at the IN WIN Commander 1200 watt PSU. Let's put it to the test and see if it is worth consideration for your next power build.
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