80Plus Platinum

Today we are having a look at the “world’s smallest” 80Plus Platinum certified 550W ATX PSU, the SilverStone Strider Platinum. The company boasts that this fully modular, compact PSU is of exceptional quality and can deliver world-class performance, making it ideal for users with constrictive cases.

The Rosewill Quark Series Power Supply Review (750W, 850W, 1000W, 1200W)

Today we are having a look at the Quark PSU series from Rosewill. Rosewill is a North American manufacturer, most commonly known as being Newegg's in-house brand. Rosewill is...

34 by E. Fylladitakis on 1/13/2016

The Andyson Platinum R 1200W PSU Review

Back in the mid 2000s, a PSU company called Hiper used Andyson as its OEM. It has been a long while, mainly because Hiper shut down, that we have...

46 by E. Fylladitakis on 4/24/2015

Be Quiet! Dark Power Pro 10 650W & 850W PSU Review

Today we're looking at the flagship PSU series from be quiet!, the Dark Power Pro 10. We received two of the models, the 650W and the 850W versions, but...

25 by E. Fylladitakis on 2/2/2015

Seasonic Platinum SS-1050XP3 & SS-1200XP3 Power Supply Review

Very powerful PSUs may not be all that useful to most users, but they certainly are the pride of any company. Today we're looking at the new pinnacle of...

39 by E. Fylladitakis on 9/3/2014

Rosewill Fortress Platinum 450W

Rosewill is a familiar name here at AnandTech. It's Newegg's in-house brand, through which they sell products such as notebook accessories, peripheral equipment, cases and power supplies. Their stated...

26 by Martin Kaffei on 9/14/2012

Seasonic Platinum Series 860W - Platinum without the Fuss

In a short time we've seen quite a few companies come out with their first 80 Plus Platinum power supplies. A couple weeks ago we reviewed the Enermax Platimax...

68 by Martin Kaffei on 2/24/2012

Enermax Platimax 750W - 80 Plus Platinum Arrives

Since the introduction of the 80 Plus certifications, we've seen a slow but steady trickle down effect where labels that were once reserved for the highest of the high-end...

48 by Martin Kaffei on 2/10/2012

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