Corsair makes a wide range of power supplies that are for different groups of computer users. The company has a range of premium PSUs for the gamer and enthusiast with a computer that draws a lot of power and the company has a new entry range of value PSUs that offer features not found in some value offerings.
Corsair has a lot of PSUs in its line today with some of them being smaller power supplies for mainstream and low power computing and some of them being big and powerful PSUs aimed at gamers with rigs that slurp down power. Corsair has added a new series of PSUs to its offerings that are called the Gaming Series.
OCZ cut away some of the categories of products that had taken it away from its core offerings over the last year or so like notebooks and gaming peripherals. The company took the energy and money those products required and put it towards its core offerings of PSUs, RAM, and SSDs. It has shown with lots of new PSUs and other gear being unveiled over the last few months.
Power supplies are one of the most critical components inside your computer. A junky PSU can make your computer crash and may not have enough stable power so support all your fancy hardware. OCZ has announced a new PSU under its Fatal1ty brand that is modular and has 750W of power.
Ultra Products' latest power supply has arrived, and as you'd expect from a PSU priced upwards of $99.99 it offers a few neat tricks for the money. The Ultra X4 Modular Power Supply uses an array of ports rather than fixed cables, meaning system builders can use just which cords they choose rather than having to route unwanted connectors out of the way. The PSU is also 80 Plus Certified, meaning less energy waste and reduced heat output. It should be quieter, too, thanks to a sizeable 135mm fan and a silicone chassis bracket for reducing vibrations.