Many folks may not have heard of a company called "APEX", and of those who have, odds are good that you've heard it as an OEM provider. Indeed, APEX has been providing OEM/ODM power supplies and enclosures since 1998, shipping well over a million units a year.
With this background, the folks at APEX have decided to delve into the retail market. With modern computer systems needing more and more power all the time, it isn't much of a surprise that more manufacturers are jumping onto the retail bandwagon and showing the world what they are capable of.
So while a solid background in OEM shows a certain level of experience, let's take a look at this company's offering and see if they have a product that can handle the needs of the enthusiast based retail market. We've come to expect a lot from our power supplies of late, so let's see if APEX can meet those demands!
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