When it comes to the name Mushkin, most folks would generally think of memory. This Colorado based company has been around since 1994 and has developed quite a reputation with regards to making high-performance memory modules designed with the enthusiast in mind. So when we were asked to take a look at a power supply from these folks, we jumped at the chance.
While power supplies are not as overlooked as they once were, there are still a huge number of choices out there; many of which don't have the quality or stability we need to create a true powerhouse system. We will take a look at the features provided by this newcomer and see how it compares with others. After all, this is our hard-earned money we're talking about!
So relax for a bit as we dig a little deeper into the newest product to wear the Mushkin label, the "Enhanced" 650-watt power supply from Mushkin.
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