Lian Li has started to sell its new PSU cable featuring addressable RGB lighting. The cable is now available on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean at an introductory price below $40/€40. Going forward, the unit will get a bit more expensive, but will stay below $50/€50.
Announced at Computex last month, the the Lian Li Strimer (pronounced 'Streamer') is a light emitting module featuring RGB LEDs that can be attached to Lian Li’s white PSU cable and create an impression that the wires are glowing. The Strimer has a connector to attach to motherboards that can control addressable RGB lighting and works with all popular motherboards brands as well as their software. Alternatively, the Strimer can be plugged to a special module that features...
There's a big difference between a power supply that runs your system "okay" and a high-quality unit that provides higher efficiency, lower noise, and more stable output. We have...
Christoph Katzer on 7/21/2008
Kingwin's low-end Revolution cooler takes a spin in our test bed, as we compare its performance with coolers that can cost three times as much. Unfortunately, sometimes you get...
Matt Campbell on 7/16/2008
Silverstone sent us their highest output PSU for testing. Capable of delivering up to 1200W, this is a unit for extreme users and systems.
Christoph Katzer on 7/7/2008
Zalman targets high performance users with large cases that are looking for less noise with their latest PSUs. How you plan to make a quiet system and still require...
Christoph Katzer on 6/27/2008
Sometimes, you need quality - price be damned - and it seems Lian Li's V2110 may be able to satisfy our desires. "Once you go black...."
Rajinder Gill on 6/10/2008
We take the PCP&C 500W Silencer for a test drive; the ride is nice, but engine noise may be a bit of a problem...
Christoph Katzer on 6/9/2008
Antec just launched their new Signature series of power supplies, designed to provide a top-quality experience. Does it succeed or does this signature besmirch their name?
Christoph Katzer on 5/7/2008
It took longer than expected, but Corsair now joins the crowd of companies offering kilowatt power supplies. We put their latest offering through our tests to see if it...
Christoph Katzer on 4/29/2008
Silverstone is competing for the crown of super silent power supplies and this 700 watts unit has a good chance to win the race.
Christoph Katzer on 4/22/2008
Xigmatek brings out their high-end power supplies rated at 1000W and 1200W for testing.
Christoph Katzer on 4/13/2008
OCZ launches their newest "XStream" power supply brand, and we've got the 800W and 1000W models for testing.
Christoph Katzer on 4/7/2008
Some users want a powerful system; for others silence is the goal. It can be difficult to balance these competing objectives, but this fanless PSU from Amacrox looks to...
Christoph Katzer on 4/2/2008
At CES 2008, we caught our first glimpse of Enermax's two new PSU series. We've been anxiously awaiting the chance to test them for a couple months now, and...
Christoph Katzer on 3/25/2008
Noctua launches fan refinements to improve overclocking performance without compromising quiet. Does the new cooler perform as well as Noctua claims?
Wesley Fink on 3/20/2008
We look at the HR-03 GT VGA Cooler to see how it stacks up against NVIDIA's stock cooler solution and the Sparkle fanless 8800GT.
Matt Campbell on 3/3/2008
We've reviewed many PSUs rated at extreme wattages; now it's time to look at more reasonable offerings in the 650W range.
Christoph Katzer on 2/21/2008
Enthusiast System Architecture now has USB-if HID approval and the new system control standard is moving forward. The monitoring capabilites of a working ESA system are examined.
Wesley Fink on 2/19/2008
We had a chance to speak with the Founder of PCP&C Doug Dodson, and felt the interview questions and answers were worth passing along as a closer look at...
Christoph Katzer on 2/11/2008
PCP&C sent us their new Turbo Cool 860W, with a few extras requested specifically by AnandTech. Read on to find out what extras we wanted and what the Turbo...
Christoph Katzer on 2/4/2008
Alpine 7 is a family of $12 to $15 coolers while the Freezer 7 Pro is a step up to the $25 price range. Can these entry-level coolers compete...
Wesley Fink on 1/29/2008