Many may not be familiar with this brand name, but the company is doing its best to change that. Created by a couple of "industry professionals" at CES, SinTek is all about creating a line of power supplies that not only meets the stringent requirements of today's modern systems, but also stretches the imagination with regards to features and capabilities.
While this may seem like nothing more than marketing talk, we're going to see if these folks can back up such claims. To do this we'll be taking a peek at the SinTek 500 SLI power supply. As the name implies, it is rated at 500 watts, but we're also going to look at some of these features the company touts and see if the deeds can match up to the words.
So relax for a few minutes as we take a deeper look at a reasonably rated power supply from a relatively new company. Steady power and features are key marketing words nowadays and we want to see if SinTek can handle the load.
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