Fractal Design is releasing their new high-end PSU series, the Ion+. The series consists of four units with power outputs ranging from 560 to 860 Watts, all with impressive specifications overall. Today we'll be taking an in-depth look at the 760W model from this family, the aptly-named Ion+ 760P, and seeing first-hand how Fractal's new PSUs live up to the company's lofty claims.
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