Rosewill has long had a reputation of providing a quality product for an affordable price. With that theme in mind, these guys have come up with a line of power supplies aimed at the enthusiast market. They still look at providing an affordable power solution, but this time around they have added features to keep those with extreme power needs happy.
The Xtreme series of power supplies weigh in at models from 630 watts to 850 watts. Today we will take a look at the little guy in the lineup, the 630 watt model to see what it can do with a reasonably intense system. Stability will be key so we will look not only the level of power but also at whether or not it can maintain this level with little to no fluctuations.
So relax for a bit as we delve a bit deeper into the Rosewill Xtreme Series line of power supplies by checking out their RX630.
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