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ASUS Triton 81 Universal Heatsink @ pcper.com
[Aug-25-09] (0 Comments)
There are lots of pros and cons to purchasing the Triton 81, butoverall it definitely handled our Intel Q8400 quad-core processor with easeand grace. Even during load testing, it kept the CPU well below thethreshold of its thermal limits. Unfortunately, there were a few key issuesthat needs to be addressed in future revisions of this heatsink.
OCZ EliteXStream 800W Power Supply report @ aphnetworks.com
[Jun-20-08] (0 Comments)
Well guys, here we go again -- another close-look-at-power-supply-hardware report. Last week, we took apart the Seasonic M12II 500W power supply. As usual, because we don't have the necessary professional equipment to do the simulated load testing, measuring the quality of power delivery (Voltage, ripple, etc) in accordance to load, and that we don't want to use some fake hardware test reports, we are up for another power supply hardware examination report. This time, we are going to crack open the relatively recently released OCZ EliteXStream 800W power supply (A 1000W model is also available for those who really need it). This power supply has gained excellent reputation in regards to performance and efficiency from other excellent online publications that tested it with professional load testing equipment. When OCZ asked me a couple months back to see if I wanted to take a look at the EliteXStream, I was nothing but excited to see what OCZ has in store lately. The OCZ EliteXStream series power supplies combine a 120mm fan with an open rear exhaust design like the Seasonic M12II for a somewhat good reputation of 'quietness' in this regard, and high power output ratings. So today, let's see how extremely elite is the OCZ 1337-Extreme 800W -- I mean, OCZ EliteXStream 800W.
SilverStone Element 500W @ overclockersonline.net
[Feb-05-07] (0 Comments)
Overall though, I am very pleased with the SilverStone Element 500W (SCE). The voltage on all of the rails were extremely good, even in a heavily overclocked and power hungry system. There also seemed to be no degradation in voltage regulation throughout the 4 week load testing period. If you are running an m-ATX or HTPC system and would like to easily rid yourself of a cabling nightmare, definitely consider the SilverStone Element 500w (SCE). It is a unique idea and has been implemented very nicely by SilverStone.
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