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CoolMax CUG-600B Green Power 600W Power Supply - PCstats.com CoolMax CUG-600B Green Power 600W Power Supply
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Today's increasing energy costs are driving consumers to look for ways to make their money go further. A new power supply can help you achieve savings depending on how efficiently the unit can convert AC to useable DC power. With that said, today we will be reviewing the CoolMax CUG-600B Green Power 600W Power Supply which promises an efficiency of 80% and a power factor of 0.99. So, it is advertised as efficient, what about voltage rail fluctuations? Does it have any special features?
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