After subjecting the unit to quite exhaustive tests, the Topower 520watt PSU meets its ratings and designed specifications. Overall, we were very impressed with the unit. It is well built, featuring neat wiring and a very clean interior. Power cables are long enough to fit just about every case out there and the variety of connectors ensures that even the most hardcore enthusiast will be able to power all of their devices and then some without a problem.
Furthermore, the three fans ensure sufficient cooling and the switchable AC socket allows you to keep your electricity bill as low as possible. With a maximum output current of 520watt, the unit is admittedly more than the average user will ever require, however, there are lower rated models out there which I trust will perform just as well as our 520watt model did. At a price of around US$130, the unit is not cheap, however, it is certainly one of the cheapest 520watt power supplies currently on the market.
Huge 520watt maximum output current
Supports all current AMD and Intel processors
Plenty of connectors
Long cables can cause unwanted clutter
Rating - 9.5/10 and TweakTown's Editor's Choice Award
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