Den anden strømforsyning i testen er Cooler Master iGreen
De to strømforsyninger bliver testet på et system bestående af følgende hardware:
- Athlon FX-60 @ 2.8GHz'
- Abit AT8-32X CrossFire motherboard
- X1900 Master card and Slave card for CrossFire
- 2GB Corsair RAM
- Four SATA hard drives and one PATA hard drive
- Two DVD-RW optical drives connected on PATA
- Two 120mm case fans
Selvom systemet bruger ca 450Watt* når det yder sit maximale, så der er af ingen af de to strømforsyninger der bliver presset under testen.
Som konklusion på testen skriver bit-tech.net:
The results suggest that our Corsair supply is a worthy entrant into the enthusiast market. It is rock solid under load, has great design features and is backed up by a strong warranty to give you peace of mind. The product designers at Corsair are true enthusiasts, and we get the feeling they've delivered the type of PSU they'd be happy to stick in their own rigs. At £111 it is very expensive, but it's got a unique modular design, is likely to last you well and is a sound investment - you get what you pay for, in this respect.
The Coolermaster unit performed undoubtedly well, too, and its added efficiency will be helpful to those looking to save the environment a little. Over the cost of the year it might save you a couple of quid in electricity, too. However, at £87 we feel it's a little rich for a non-modular supply. For enthusiasts who care at all about case thermals and interior design, modular is, in our view, essential.
*Værdien for forbruget af watt er udregnet udfra Innovatek's watt beregner som kan findes på deres hjemmeside
Del med dine venner