Just a bit under $200, the Kingwin LAZER 1000W doesn’t come with an Illudium Q-36 Explosive Space Modulator, instead it sports a Universal Power Modulator.  Its modular cabling all bears the same mini-fit JR style connector and the PSU decides what to provide based on which cable is plugged in.  Unfortunately they chose a very odd implementation of their 12V rail, which [H]ard|OCP felt could be improved.  Even with that fault, the PSU performed very well in their testing and managed to do it relatively quietly.

“No matter how you look at it, 1 kilowatt, or 1000 watts, it is a lot of power that most computer enthusiasts will never need. Rest assured though, some of us do need all that power and we are generally very picky about that much power gets delivered to our enthusiast computer builds. Kingwin’s LZ-1000 is up to that job?”

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