NXZT's HALE90 series of PSUs is getting long in the teeth but still a contender
Subject: Cases and Cooling | August 12, 2013 - 07:36 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: modular psu, PSU, NZXT HALE90, kilowatt, 80 Plus Gold
For $230 the NZXT HALE90 v2 1000W PSU needs to perform well to justify the price, especially as the 1200W model currently costs the same amount. [H]ard|OCP has the tools to test this PSU to the limits and that is exactly what they did; the unit received a passing mark but no award as the quality of it's voltage regulation was right in the middle of the pack, no better nor worse than the competition. It is a very efficient PSU if that is one of your prerequisites, it is rather attractive and offers a large selection of modular cabling. Check out the full review for the exact specifications.
"The new NZXT HALE90 v2 1000 watt computer power supply has more than a few marketed points that talk it up like; clean currents, rock steady performance, eccentric design, and infused design elements. All that aside, we will put it through our brutal testing suite and find out if it is worth your hard earned cash."
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