The XPG Core Reactor 750 is a high-performance PSU, compatible with the newest and toughest requirements of the ATX spec.
Here are the best power supplies for gaming PCs. These PSUs offer the best reliability, performance and protection for your components.
Lian Li’s updated Strimer Plus sports improved lighting and build quality and a better controller box. It’s one of the most striking RGB products you can install in your PC.
The XPG Core Reactor with 850W max power offers good performance and build quality, but it's expensive for what you get.
Cooler Master introduced a record-setting power supply at CES 2020 with the 850W version of its new SFX Gold PSU.
The Cooler Master V750 Gold achieves a satisfactory overall performance, but it is expensive and quite noisy, once stressed.
The Phanteks AMP Series model with 650W capacity offers high enough performance and features quiet operation.
The Thermaltake Toughpower GF1 850W achieves high performance, and it also sports a fairly quiet operation.
The Toughpower Grand RGB 1050W is powerful and achieves high performance, thanks to its advanced platform. The fan profile could be better, though.
The Toughpower Grand RGB 850W achieves high performance and has lots of RGB lighting modes, to choose from.
The SuperNOVA 750 G5 is fully modular, compact, and promises for high performance. Will it be able to meet the popular Corsair and Seasonic offerings though?
Fractal Design's Ion SFX model with 650W max power offers high performance, highly flexible modular cables and compact dimensions at a reasonable price.
The EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 G5 has a daunting task, to replace the 1000 G3 model which is among the best PSUs in the 1000W category.
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