Corsair's CX450 is built by two OEMs: CWT and Great Wall. Is one better than the other? We tested both to find out.
NZXT partnered with Seasonic for the release of three new power supplies that use an enhanced version of the Focus Gold platform to offer digital monitoring.
PowerSpec is Micro Center's PSU house brand. The PSX 850GFM is its flagship model featuring 80 PLUS Gold and ETA-A efficiency, along with fully modular cables.
EVGA added another PSU line, called BR, to its huge portfolio. The new units feature 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency and are non-modular.
Riotoro enriches its PSU offerings with the Builder Edition 1200W model, which offers lots of Watts and 80 PLUS Gold efficiency at a nice price tag $220.
Corsair had two new PSU lines to show during Computex 2018, the SF Platinum and the upgraded Vengeance units, which have now 80 PLUS Silver efficiency.
Corsair's new RMx PSUs operate even more quietly than before. Moreover, the RM750x also features smaller dimensions and two EPS connectors.
Enermax had several new products to show in its Computex booth, including PSUs, chassis, AIOs and water cooling components. LEPA also revealed a 1800W PSU.
Apexgaming showed a $1,000 chassis, three new PSUs, and a number of other gaming and office peripherals and accessories during Computex 2018.
FSP had several PSUs suitable for mining purposes to show during Computex 2018, including a unit with 2,000W max power and 18x PCIe connectors which can power multiple GPUs at the same time.
SilverStone revealed three new PSUs, including a 2kW monster, along with new chassis and removable storage products at Computex 2018.
Cougar brought a $900 case, along with several new PSU models and some gaming-focused peripherals, to Computex 2018.
Kolink had many new PSU products to show during Computex 2018, including a powerful PSU made exclusively for hardcore cryptocurrency miners.
Seasonic introduced a new SFX-L unit with 650W capacity during Computex 2018, and we also had the chance to check out the new Snow Silent units, which were also at its booth.
Besides a 2kW PSU, EVGA showed the successor of the G3 line, the Super G7 line that's just 125mm deep. It also revealed an upgraded version of the SC15 laptop.
Bitfenix will enrich is PSU portfolio with the Vision M line, which consists of six members with 650W-1500W max power, Titanium and ETA-A+ efficiency levels.