OC3D Best of 2014

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OC3D Best of 2014

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OC3D Best of 2014 

It is difficult to look beyond the Corsair AX1500i. Yes it is so expensive that only the most well-heeled could afford it, but on the flipside only the people with the most demanding systems would need it. If you doubt that and the old truths about monster PSUs still linger, then it's worth mentioning that a i7-5960X and a GTX780Ti pull about 500W in total. So quad GPU setups only need apply. But if you do require this much power, or perhaps you've won the lottery and tired of steak, the Corsair AX1500i is the finest PSU on earth.

OC3D Best of 2014

Super Flower Leadex Platinum 1200W Review

The Leadex Super Flower Platinum is one of the few choices available if you want an all-white PSU. There are many things we love about it, such as those arctic looks, the light-up power connectors, and the flat cabling. Yes the fan is a bit loud when compared to some of the most silent models around, but if you've only known the hellacious noise that comes from unbranded PSUs then you can have no complaints at all. Low ripple and a tolerable price make it worthy of note.

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23-12-2014, 15:05:19

MadShadow
Thanks for the roundup. I might know what ot buy now Quote

24-12-2014, 10:25:04

Nerdfighter
I'm sure Phanteks would have squeezed in the best cases section if you guys had gotten them for review Quote

24-12-2014, 10:33:41

tinytomlogan
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I'm sure Phanteks would have squeezed in the best cases section if you guys had gotten them for review
If they had offered....Quote

24-12-2014, 10:35:57

barnsley
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If they had offered....
Haven't they got the ex NZXT PR guy who still has a thing against you?Quote

24-12-2014, 10:38:31

tinytomlogan
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Haven't they got the ex NZXT PR guy who still has a thing against you?
AFAIk yes matey - all goes back to the H2 vs R3 reviewQuote
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