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.
Zalman was smart enough to buy a start-up company, which produced a holographic 3D fan which can deliver high quality images and videos.
The product line includes three members: the Vulcan 80, the Vulcan 100 AIMO, and the high-end Vulcan 120 AIMO.
We visited Cooler Master's booth at Computex 2018 and we shot a video showing its cooling solutions along with its upcoming power supply, in action.
Asus enters the PSU market with the ROG Thor Platinum, using a version of the similar-efficiency Seasonic Prime platform and interesting aesthetics.
Asus's Republic of Gamers (ROG) smartphone sports high-end specs, a 6-inch, 90Hz AMOLED screen, and optional accessories that turn it to a portable gaming console.
Cooler Master invited Tom's Hardware to its new PSU R&D facility, where the company is working on new in-house-developed power supply platform.
Seasonic made quite an impact with its Focus and Prime families. Focus Plus Platinum PSUs sit atop the Focus line-up, and today we're reviewing the value-oriented 750W model.
You've seen these stickers on power supplies...but what do the various 80 PLUS levels actually mean when you're buying?
Seasonic's Prime Titanium PSUs are the Prime family's flagships, and the 1kW model we're reviewing today is the strongest Seasonic PSU with 80 PLUS Titanium efficiency and an incredibly quiet fan.
Our Powenetics project proposes a new way to measure GPU, CPU, SSD, and hard drive power consumption, using affordable parts and comprehensive monitoring software.