Some of the design elements are pretty clunky, but when configured in silent mode, this is a very impressive cooling kit.
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If you're looking to pick up a new PSU for your gaming rig, then realistically (for a modicum of future proofing) you're not going to want to pick up a supply offering much less than 600W of juice. The Pro 82+ meets those requirements in a quality, reliable supply that comes out with the best efficiency ratings across the board.
Okay, as far as PC components go the hard drive enclosure is hardly the sexiest piece of kit around. But as far as they do go, the Jazz is definitely one of the slickest.
The elder statesman in this crack squad, we decided to include the Enermax Glory as we've used one for the last year and set great stock by it. While it's limited by its IDE interface, it's got some neat tricks up its sleeve
Unsheathing this beast of a power supply is a pleasing process. Clad in gunmetal grey armour, and sporting a cooling fan the size of Bolton, it's clearly a high-performance product. The modular cabling can handle a massive number of components
The Galaxy is the first PSU we've seen that reaches the 1,000W barrier, but is also the first to use a form factor 50 per cent larger than standard, making fitting it into a small case a tricky business with the added size and weight.
It's amazing to think that this midi-tower is made on the other side of the world, shipped thousands of miles and can still be flogged to us, the public, for less than £40.