Just a few short years ago on the PC Perspective Podcast you could have heard us crack jokes about people need a kilowatt PSU plugged into 240V mains in order to run their high end PCs. It seems that the joke was on us as most major PSU vendors have at least one model that provides 1kW+ of power, thankfully most also do it more efficiently than older generation PSUs and do not need a 240V plug. In Win has joined the ranks of the high powered PSU makers with their new Commander II 1200W Modular PSU. The 80+ Bronze rating is a good sign and the silent 135mm fan is also a good touch, but the two most important features are the solidity of the power it provides and the price it is available at. Find out about those in ThinkComputers’ latest PSU review.
"In Win, the company that brought you many different types of cases in the past is now upgrading one of its power supply series into the 80PLUS age. The Commander II series of power supplies, the successor to the original Commander, are available in three different models: 750W, 850W and the 1200W, which we have to review today. All three models are 80PLUS Bronze certified, have an army green color scheme and a silent 135mm fan in them."
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