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GlacialPower GP-AL650 650 Watt PSU - GlacialPower GP-AL650 650 Watt PSU
Tue, September 23 2008 | 9:31AM | PermaLink Feedback?
Have you ever found yourself in need of a decent mid-range power supply unit for your personal computer? Maybe you don't feel like you need 1200 watts of thumping power to drive the family PC? Most people really don't need one of the PSU's that's a 1000 watts or more that we see popping up all over the market. The average home computer doesn't consume nearly that much power. Heck, most enthusiast systems don't consume that much power. Still, most people in the know want a good quality power supply that will leave room for a little growth, while providing good clean power to their computer. GlacialPower was nice enough to send us one of their GP-AL650 650 watt gaming power supplies to take a look at. It's a non-modular power supply aimed at the mid-range gaming market. We say aimed at the mid-range gaming market because most high-end gaming systems are going to require more native PCI-E connectors than the GP-AL650 provides. It has two 6+2 pin PCI-E connectors for your graphics cards. Still, if you're planning on running two single connector GPU's or a single GPU that uses two connectors and you don't plan on going any farther, it's nice to have a mid-range alternative.
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