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  • Cooler Master Real Power M620 (UK)

    06/09 - 2007

    In this review, we’re going to look at yet another product from Cooler Master. Recently we have reviewed a number of products from Cooler Master, and they have all shown a fair performance in our tests. The product reviewed today is the Real Power M620. The Real Power series is a well known line of products from Cooler Master, but a new addition to this one is the modular power cables. In this series, there are 5 power supplies ranging from 520 watts to 1000 watts.

  • Chill Innovation CP-400P4 400W (UK)

    02/10 - 2007

    When I first lay my eyes on the package that contains this power supply unit, I immediately recognized it as something I had seen before. Chill Innovation has made a trademark out of adorning their packages with red print on a black background. Highlight of the day is a 400 watt power supply unit which is in the low end of the scale. Though, the majority of power supplies that are sold, lie in this end of the scale. So the relevance of taking a look on one of these power supplies remains.

  • Shg Computers SPC 400FL (UK)

    14/12 - 2007

    In this test, we’ll have a look on a powersupply unit from SHG Computers. This will be the first time that we on Tweak evaluate on a SHG Computers product. As the name clearly indicates, it is the company SHG.dk, who is behind the SHG Computers brand.

    The product of today’s testing is the SHG Computers SPC400FL, a passive powersupply of 400W.

  • Thermaltake Toughpower QFan 500W (UK)

    16/01 - 2008

    We are in this test going to look on a power supply unit from Thermaltake. The last Thermaltake product that we had in our hands was their Thermaltake SwingRS 100 VF8000BWS. The power supply for today is part of Thermaltake’s new Qfan series, which currently consists of two modular power supplies. Today’s model is a Thermaltake Toughpower Qfan 500W.

  • Antec Sonata Designer 500 (UK)

    19/03 - 2008

    Once again, it’s time to review a case from Antec. This time it’s the Antec Sonata Designer 500, which is a new version in the Sonata series. With the Sonata Designer 500, Antec is trying to stand out from the crowd, with features like changeable front panels. As another special feature, Antec has equipped the Sonata Designer 500 with thin panels on the sides and top to limit the noise.


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