My family has an older UPS, never used before and still boxed up. It was released around the time of windows XP (it says on the bottom, "Designed for windows Xp, 2000, ME, 98 & NT"). It is a "Cyberpower Model: CPS1500AVR Battery Back-up."
Some other key information:
-950 watts (1500va)
-Surge Energy Rating: 1800 Joules
-Max Surge Current: 78,000 amps
-Input Voltage Range: 85volts-150volts (Frequency 47hz-63hz)
-Output Voltage (On Battery): 120v +/- 5%
-Output Voltage (On Utility [???]): Usual 120 volts (Frequency 50/60hz)
-Safety Approvals: UL: 1778 (UPS) FCC: DoC Class B cUL (canada): 107.1
- It also features AVR
I currently have a 1,000 watt standard PSU from cyberpower. I plan on replacing this with a cooler master one of equal wattage (COOLER MASTER Silent Pro RSA00-AMBAJ3-US 1000W Active PFC Power Supply). I realize there is a slight difference is wattage (1,000 vs 950) but according to cyberpower (cyberpowerpc.com) my computer is calculated to only require around 550 watts. I do plan to in a year or two add another GPU. Cyberpower then calculated my required wattage to be 850 watts. And keep in mind this is also without any overclocking (I believe anyways unless their calculator takes it into consideration). My monitor (an ASUS VS247H-P) requires an average of 33 watts (500mw on standby).