Topower has definitely delivered a very capable power supply. The PowerBird 1100 Watt power supply will service almost any enthusiast system you could imagine. If you have a couple of GTX 295 cards, there may be some caution required with the 20 amp limitation on each of the 12V rails assigned for video support. But, even with 25 amps of load on each these PCI-E rails, the PowerBird delivered without pause.
Our tailored test, 4B, which used the 12V4 to power a third graphics card, illustrated that the power supply is more than capable of delivering the required power. Aside from a limitation of the included cables, the power supply is ready to handle these defined loads. Topower has delivered on everything it promised and more which earns our highest recommendation for the Topower PowerBird 1100 Special Edition.
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