Rosewill have grown from providing what were inexpensive PSUs with little to no extra features into something much more interesting for those who do not need a 1000W PSU. The new Quark-550 that [H]ard|OCP recently tested is a good example, it is fully modular, it has a single 12v rail with a capacity of up to 45A and internal components from both Nippon Chemi-con and Rubycon. Once strapped to their torture bench, [H]ard|OCP saw decent results, in line with the competition for stability and efficiency but as the unit retails for $100, roughly $20 higher than other comparable units it did not receive an award. If you find it on sale it is still a good choice for a mid-range build.
"Rosewill was a Newegg "house brand" that has broken out to other retailers and you might have seen its name on all types of products. Today we are seeing what Rosewill accomplishes when it brands a 550 watt "Platinum" PSU. The 550W PSU market is crammed with competition…good competition at good prices."
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- SilverStone Strider Platinum ST55F-PT 550W @ eTeknix
- SilverStone ST75F-PT 750W @ [H]ard|OCP
- FSP Hydro-G 750W Power Supply Unit Review @ NikKTech
- XFX XTS 1000W Platinum @ Kitguru
- EVGA SuperNOVA 1600 T2 @ techPowerUp
For the last decade, I only
For the last decade, I only use Rosewill or Corsair (if money is no object) PSUs. Haven’t had an issue with either.
Seasonic is probably the
Seasonic is probably the safest choice out there, but as long as you don’t buy $20 noname bombs on ebay, you should be OK
it is always at the bottom of
it is always at the bottom of the post if I managed to forget to do one in the text. Fixed for you.