Archive for March, 2006

800 Watt Power Supply Guide

Thursday, March 30th, 2006

800 watt power supply units are a rare breed. There are not many that get to that level of performance, but the analogy of never having too much applies here. It would be hard to say that you would really need an 800 watt power supply for everyday stuff. With that said, those who had […]

600 Watt Power Supply Guide

Wednesday, March 29th, 2006

A 600 watt power supply comes in to meet where the most demanding of products arrive. With all the latest additions like SLI and higher powered video cards and graphics processing units a 600 watt power supply comes in highly recommended not just for their high ouput, but for reliable, smooth, consistent power output.
Xion 600 […]

500 Watt Power Supply Guide

Tuesday, March 21st, 2006

The 500 watt power supply is one of the most popular of todays power supplies. They provide enough for the majority of people who run home computers, even ones with powerful processors and video cards.
In the 500 watt power supply range you will find that not only does the power go up, but quite often […]

400 Watt Power Supply Guide

Monday, March 20th, 2006

A 400 watt power supply puts you in the range which is suitable for a video card. Although a smaller power supply might do at time, a 400 watt power supply is enough to give the power a single modern graphics card might need to run.
Not only do these bigger power supplies allow for more […]

350 Watt Power Supply Guide

Monday, March 20th, 2006

If your computer needs are a little more than the bare minimum then perhaps a 350 watt power supply would be down your alley. In terms of power outage they manage to do more than their 200 watt power supply brethren, although the don’t match up to more powerful models.
At this range, 350 watt power […]

200 Watt Power Supply Guide

Monday, March 20th, 2006

A 200 watt power supply is something that is becoming rarer and more difficult to find. with the continuing increase in power needs of computer components a 200 watt power supply is no longer sufficient to meet a computers needs.
Some new graphics cards require at least as much power as a 200 watt power supply, […]