When all is said and done we look at a few of factors to decide whether or not a power supply of worthy of consideration. The first thing we take note of is features. The IN WIN Commander 1200 offers a modular design, plenty of connectors, ample cable lengths for larger enclosures and a unique take on the color scheme.
The next thing we need to know is the level of performance. In this case we saw all power levels above their rated levels and a minimal drop in voltage when the test system was placed under a load. The voltages were very stable and even the noise level was very acceptable.
Finally we want to know just how hard our purchase is going to hit our wallets. Power is good, but most of us are on at least some sort of budget. The Commander 1200 has a MSRP of about $370US, and at that price it would fall close to the middle of the price range for this high-end of a power supply that offers a modular cabling system. Of course, who wants to pay full retail price, though? With a little online searching you can pick up this beast for closer to the $280-290 price range, which makes it one of the lowest priced 1200 watters on the street.
If you are in the market for a powerful PSU that has features to spare, a modular design, no extra lights and a price tag that is more than acceptable, you will find it hard to come up with a better deal than the IN WIN Commander 1200. Some may not like the color scheme, but I think a lot of us will. At under $300, though, it is going to be a hard deal to beat.
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