For most of us the name Antec means a product we can count on. For years this company has been producing quality enclosures and power supplies that offer not only great performance but last a long time as well. With a reputation like this, it can sometimes be tough to come up with new and innovative ideas, but there is still hope.
Now that we've gone over the hype of the past, lets take a peek at what the current market trend has to offer. Today's offering is the NeoPower 480, a power supply that has some of the most interesting set of features that I've seen in a long time. While power supplies have become a very important component of the enthusiast rig, there has always been little to offer as far as new and interesting is concerned. Sure, we get the occasional cool sniglet thrown in from time to time, but there hasn't been a lot of newness to be found in the realm of the humble PSU.
That is until now.
So is your curiosity perked a little? It should be and rightly so. Join me as I take you on a tour of the NeoPower and I'll show you just what I mean when I say INNOVATION!
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- Antec NeoPower - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Antec NeoPower - Page 2 [In The Box]
- Antec NeoPower - Page 3 [Cabling]
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