IN WIN Commander 1200W Power Supply
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Today's high-end gaming and enthusiast systems demand the latest and most advanced hardware and in addition to a CPU with multiple cores, an SLI or Crossfire Graphics Card configuration is quite common to come across. In order to get the best possible performance from these components it is crucial they receive a stable supply of good and clean power. As hardware requirements in power rise more and more by the year, manufacturers have answered with power supply wattages going up and over the 1KW mark. However, although most high end power supplies produce stable outputs purchasing one solely based on the wattage output is not recommended. So If you were lucky enough to get a couple of the latest NVIDIA Geforce GTX295 graphics cards upon their launch a week ago you are likely to need a new power supply that can feed these monster cards.
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. In Win was well trained to become a top-notch manufacturer of core technology to enhance internal core competence to meet what customer and market needs constantly. Top Management has been executed four major elements to reach our growing goal: Innovation, Service, Speed, Value, Safety, Warmth, Faithful, and Diligence in order to remain our leading edge position and differentiate with other players.
The first Power Supply that we will be reviewing from IN-WIN will be the monstrous Commander 1200W. This may not be the biggest Power Supply in the market when it comes to wattage output but 1200W are certain to satisfy even people with 2 GTX295 Graphics Cards in their system. However like i already mentioned wattage is not everything and so we are here once more to assist you, the reader into finding out whether the IN-WIN Commander 1200W is a worthy purchase across the board.