Power pure as the driven snow

Subject: Cases and Cooling | November 9, 2005 - 06:46 PM |
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Bjorn3D has a review of the Thermaltake PowerStation 520W.  This is Thermaltake's solution to the growing power needs of recent generations of PC components, to provide more stable power, not just more power. 

"Power supplies play a crucial part in how our computers operate. Number of Watts a power box has

will not make your computer more stable -- as long as you don't overload your system. What many

motherboard manufacturers require now are stricter voltage / Amps requirements on all rails rather

than exuberant Wattage.

Today I will be looking at Thermaltake's Pure Power PowerStation 520W modular PSU. This is a new

product from the company, designed mainly with flexibility in mind."


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