When you hear the company name of "GIGABYTE", odds are good that you are not thinking power supplies. These folks have been a premiere manufacturer of motherboards for quite some time. They have also recently begun to delve into the techno segment with a line of laptop systems, video cards, cooling components and even cell phones and other communication devices. But power supplies?
GIGABYTE has a few models of this type of components ranging from 550 watts to this 1200 watt beast. But lets be honest, there are a huge number of companies putting out high-end power supplies. Can GIGABYTE bring anything new to the table?
To answer this question we are going to take a look at the feature set of the ODIN Pro 1200 and then put it to the test. We will see if these folks have a winner on their hands or whether they should stick to the other components that they are already good at making.
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