New review by me.. forgot to post this one yesterday…
Quote: "In a computer the power supply is important and you should get one that’s stable and runs within expected tolerances, if it doesn’t you can run into stability issues. Today for review I’ve got the PSUL775 from Diablotek which is a 775Watt power supply. This PSU isn’t modular but it has plenty of connections that should work for most systems. In my time with it I’ve had no problems, it’s quiet and it’s provided more than enough power for my needs. Read on.. "
Quote: "The power supply is important in your system, but I think it depends on the type of system you’re running. If you’re running a high end enthusiast style system with multiple hard drives and graphics cards I think I’d want a high-end, expensive and reputable power supply. If you’re running a basic system for just web browsing and checking your email you might not need a high end one, but you might be looking for something that would be considered budget and that’s what I have for review today. The power supply is the PSUL675 which is a 675 watt one from Diablotek which sells for under $50 most places I looked online. I’ve had this PSU installed for some time and I’ve had no real issues with it, but that’s not to say it’s great. Read on to learn more…"
And another review by me on TestFreaks.. I’ve lost count, I think I’ve hit 2,000 reviews surely…
" The power supply is an important part of your system, a very important one and it’s ideal to have a good quality PSU, especially if you’re running a higher end system. There are times though when you don’t need a high wattage PSU, or you’re just on a budget but yet need a new power supply. Up for review today I’ve got a PSU that sells for about $40, so it certainly can be considered budget. The PSU is from Diablotek and it’s the UL Series PSUL575 which is a 575 Watt ATX Power Supply. I’ve put it in a low-medium end system and it seems to work fine for that, so read on…"
"Diablotek has sent us over another case for review, this one is called the Cyclops and it’s part of their gamer series. This would be considered a budget case as it sells for around $70 but just because it’s budget doesn’t mean it’s not full of some great features like five pre-installed fans for cooling. Once I got started installing my system in the Cyclops I did run across some rather small issues or annoyances so it’s not a perfect case but for a budget case it’s not bad. I especially like the looks of it, it looks like a gamer case. So read one to learn more… "
"Diablotek has sent us over another case for review, this one is called the Abyss and it’s mid tower case yes, but it’s also what’s considered a budget case as it’s rather inexpensive. The Abyss I got for review is all white inside and out with plenty of room for large video cards and a few hard drives. The case comes ready for USB 3.0 and even water cooling if you want to go that route. It’s not a bad case overall but it does have a few flaws… "
"Up for review today I have another case from MSI, this time it’s the Stealth ATX Mid Tower chassis that features tool-less installation, a VGA stabilization system and a nice stealthy and stylish black look. The Stealth case also features advanced thermal airflow for excellent cooling with two pre-installed fans and space for five more additional fans for even more cooling ability if need be. So let’s just get right to it… "
Hey, I’m back with another power supply review and it’s another from Sparkle. Yesterday I took a look at the Gold Class Series 750 Watt version and today I have the 850 Watt one. Not much else to say really so let’s just get into it…