In Win Commander 750W PSU review | test
Posted by Hilbert Hagedoorn on: 05/10/2009 01:00 PM [ 0 comment(s) ]
|Product:||Commander 750W Power Supply Unit|
|Street price:||129 EUR ~ $149|
Power supplies come a dime a dozen these days. Though admittedly things stabilized last year as a result of so many manufacturers and brands introduced into the PSU market, things however remain fiercely competitive. The good thing is, this drives prices down, while on the other side of the spectrum quality and overall design is getting better. Today we'll be looking at a modular power supply from a company called In Win, a relatively new name in the industry. Don't get fooled though as they offer some very impressive products and are pro-active in Los Angeles, Netherlands and the UK where they have offices.
As such we'll be reviewing the In Win Commander series power supply. Commander, as in military. And that shows, army camouflage packaging, and an army green PSU. Quite funny to observe really. Marketing sure, but somehow... this concept works out really well.
See, though In Win is not up among the names of high ranking PSU manufacturers, their Commander PSU will leave a sturdy impression. What we'll do today is a Guru3D.com style review. We'll take a Core 2 Quad QX 9770 processor to 3600 MHz on a power hungry NFORCE 790 SLI platform, then we'll pop in two GeForce GTX 295 cards and set up Quad-SLI to see if this 150 USD completely modular power supply will stand its ground or get caught up in the crossfire.
A fairly high-end power supply. But is it any good? Let's fire off some rounds and ground the PSU with some serious ammo, next page please.
About In Win
IN-WIN Development Inc., an ISO 9001 manufacturer of professional computer chassis, power supplies and digital storage devices, is the leading provider of enclosure solutions to system integrators worldwide. Founded in 1986, IN-WIN provides high quality chassis that conform to all safety regulations, as well as unsurpassed customer service.
We will be reviewing the In Win Commander series power supply. Commander, as in military. And that shows, army camouflage packaging, and an army green PSU. Quite funny to observe really. Marketing sure, but somehow .. this concept works out really well. A fairly high-end power supply. But is it any good ? Let's fire off some rounds and ground the PSU with some serious ammo.