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Last updated on September 17th, 2020 at 02:00 pm

Smooth, safe delivery of power – with the best possible efficiency at that price – is what we look for in a power supply unit. In an ideal world, they are easy to integrate and never seen or heard from again.

be quiet! Dark Power Pro 12 1500W (Titanium) Review

It has been some time since I have taken an in depth look at a power supply so when I was offered one of the new be quiet! Dark Power Pro 12 Titanium rated power supplies for review, I was excited to see what they had to offer in 2020. These new 1,200 watt and 1,500 watt units are digitally regulated (PFC and SR/12V) and have a wire free interior design on the AC and DC side. According to the company high grade components are used throughout, which goes some way to justify the high asking price (£369.99 for the 1,200 watt and £419.99 for the 1,500 watt). As you may already guessed by the price points these are the German company's flagship units.

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Seasonic PRIME TX-650 Titanium PSU (2020)

This model measures 150 x 86 x 170 mm (W x H x D) and is equipped with a 135mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan (FDB) which can operate in semi passive mode. This is a flagship Seasonic supply, priced at around £185 in the United Kingdom. Titanium rated power supplies are expensive, but guarantee maximum efficiency ratings. The single rail is rated to 54A and Seasonic cover this unit with a substantial 12 year warranty.

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Asus ROG Thor 1200W PSU

The bigger brother of the THOR 850W, the 1250W unit is every bit as good. Not only is it the quietest 1200W unit we have tested, but it is highly efficient and comes with a 10-year warranty. It retains the Aura RGB lighting and OLED panel, too, so if you need to power a high-wattage system - perhaps with two RTX 2080 Tis running in SLI - this is both technically and aesthetically excellent.

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