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NZXT Precise PRC-1000 (1000W PSU) - NZXT Precise PRC-1000 (1000W PSU)
Tue, April 10 2007 | 3:39PM | PermaLink Feedback?
The power supply can be the one component that often gets overlooked when shopping for computer components. In the industry where bigger numbers usually means better, people often forgot that the power supply is a tricky thing as the specifications can often be misleading. A higher wattage power supply may sound like the better choice, yet if the rails don't have the amperage to back it up or is not being divided evenly among the components, then it could actually do more damage than a slightly lower wattage power supply built with high quality and stable rails. The latest nForce chipset and G80 graphics cards have put a huge demand for quality power supplies and that's why you see many manufactures are starting to enter into the already competitive market of high end power supplies, ranging from 800W and even higher. Today, we will take a look at yet another new player in the power supply market, NZXT, who has just introduced their latest 1000W rated power supply. Most readers probably are well aware of NZXT makes some of the coolest looking cases in the industry but many people might not realize that NZXT actually makes power supplies as well. In fact, NZXT really has not pushed too much with their power supplies and many of them are being bundled into their cases. This is no longer the case now as NZXT is trying to expand their product line up and getting into the high end system with their latest release of the Precise lines of the power supplies and the latest products: the Precise 850 and the Precise 1000. We will be looking at the Precise 1000 in this review and see if this power supply is able to help NZXT break into new territory.
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