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    Default เอา Group Test PSU รุ่นใหญ่ๆมาฝากครับ

    ตัวแรก เป็นของ BFG 1000W ครับ





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    สรุป : The lifetime warranty is fantastic, the PSU looks pretty good and is quite cool and quiet, but ultimately it fails in the critical area of performance. It falls outside of ATX specification when tested, which means it doesn't do something it's inherently designed to do. It also has far too few connectors for the capability of the unit, and of those connectors it lacks the 8-pin PCI-Express cables required for high end graphics cards. With respect going to BFG for extending its product portfolio, we can't help but feel this is a PSU for willy wavers rather than those in actual need of a kilowatt of power.

    คะแนนความสามารถ
    Features : 7/10
    Performance : 5/10
    Value : 7/10
    Overall : 6/10
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    ตัวที่สอง Enermax Galaxy





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    สรุป : The Enermax Galaxy DXX 1000W is without doubt an awesome power supply specifically designed for people with serious hardware requirements. It could fit multiple applications with all the available features and connectors and fits the niche gap between your normal enthusiast and outright mission critical server.

    It cuts the bull and doesn't even suggest those without the most expensive multiple GPU, CPU and hard drive requirements only need apply, which is certainly the case if you actually need a 1kW of power. The efficiency and PFC are not quite up to that of the competition in our tests though, although it is already 80Plus certified which counts for a lot in itself. A couple of rails do fall a touch short but it still doesn't fail and it's respectively louder than most of the other PSUs at full load.

    Yes, it's huge, it's heavy but it's designed for an equally large case. It may be loud, but then so are a dozen plus hard drives and at least it's built to last with all the latest connectors, including several 8-pin PCI-Express. In all, it represents more than just a number, it's a PSU with a clear thought and consideration that's evident in all aspects of it.

    คะแนนความสามารถ
    Features : 10/10
    Performance : 8/10
    Value : 8/10
    Overall : 9/10

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    ตัวที่ 3 OCZ 1000W







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    สรุป : OCZ makes a great performer and is a good looking power supply, but it's let down by everything else. As tolerant as we are trying to be towards the noise issues this power supply has (since it'll sit in a system that'll inevitably be quite loud anyway), this PSU is clearly louder than anything else in this group test. Not only that but it's somewhat inefficient at getting the head out from its internals. There are simply not enough cables included to supply 1000W worth of PC kit and it's missing the key 8-pin PCI-Express connectors. It feels like this PSU is just another number statement; you own a 1000W power supply so your PC must be better? Right?

    We look forward to PC Power and Cooling instilling some attention to detail in the associated package, not simply just the PSU box itself.

    คะแนนความสามารถ
    Features : 6/10
    Performance : 5/10
    Value : 7/10
    Overall : 6/10

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    ตัวที่ 4 Seasonic X-900





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    สรุป : At typical usage values of 50-to-75 percent you'll get a very quiet to silent PSU, but if you're really hammering it the fan will really crank up to compensate for the elevated heat output. You'll be unlikely to hear it at its loudest and even though it's a 900W model, the design of the cabling and power output, as well as inherent ethos for silence at Seasonic implies that this isn't a 900W PSU. Instead it's more of a truly silent performance-mainstream product that is capable of sustained 900W load.

    This is a difficult situation because you can't compare its value to mainstream products which are clearly cheaper, but it's not really designed to compete at the very high end either. If you are looking for a 500-750W PSU that is truly silent along with having a massive PFC rating and great efficiency, the Seasonic 900W is without a doubt the one to invest in. But for a true 900W PSU it is capable of it delivering the power, but at very elevated noise levels and it doesn't supply the inherent capability as the provided cables are very limiting.

    Seasonic makes Corsair's PSUs and the HX620 is actually a 750W model that's underrated because Corsair want to guarantee silence. This is exactly what Seasonic should do with the X-900, but unfortunately because the company brands it as a 900W unit, it doesn't score as high as it should.

    คะแนนความสามารถ
    Features : 8/10
    Performance : 8/10
    Value : 8/10
    Overall : 8/10

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    ตัวที่ 5 Silver Power 1000W







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    สรุป : Unless your postal service has an in house football team, the Silver Power SP-1000E won't arrive broken thanks to the awesome box it comes in, and even though you don't get any extra goodies in it, the PSU's performance is excellent. It's built very solidly and even though it may not have a known brand name, it has a very highly regarded company behind it.

    It not only achieves what it says on the tin, it does it with an as yet never seen before efficiency. Unfortunately it's let down by the half hearted braiding and extremely insufficient cable quantity, which you can do nothing about but use multiple adapters. It's great that it has the 8-pin connectors, but in a way you get what you pay for: the SilverPower 1000E is a bargain PSU so some corners had to be cut somewhere.

    คะแนนความสามารถ
    Features : 9/10
    Performance : 6/10
    Value : 8/10
    Overall : 7/10

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    ตัวสุดท้าย Tagan Turbojet 1100W

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    สรุป : The Tagan Turbojet 1100W is slightly louder than the others but it's a solid, if slightly over zealously, performing PSU. The cabling looks awesome and the case it comes in is truly a fantastic multifunctional addition to the package. The only problem is that it's missing more cables since the Enermax claims support and cabling for 18-24 hard drives and four of everything in a system and it's 10 percent less powerful than the Tagan.

    We know the cables can take the strain of 1100W and the six rails make the power distribution much better, but can people actually use the full wattage this PSU can kick out? It doesn't seem likely, unless they use one or two highly power hungry components rather than many little ones.

    Even though the Tagan is ahead of the game in wattage it's also missing the 8-pin connectors necessary for future PCI-Express 2.0 cards and AMD's ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT. An update won't arrive until Tagan releases the U6 model available at 1300W, but we'd argue you don't need the extra wattage just for two more connectors the 1100W should already have or at least Tagan should offer in a pair of adapters.

    คะแนนความสามารถ
    Features : 9/10
    Performance : 8/10
    Value : 9/10
    Overall : 9/10

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    ขอบคุณครับ

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    สรปแล้วอันไหนน่าจะดีทีสุดงับ ดูแล้วก็ยังงง

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    Thank

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    ตัว​​ที่​ 3 OCZ 1000W

    น่าจะดีสุด จ่ายไฟผิดพลาดน้อยสุด

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    แต่ละตัวน่าจะ 10k up แหงๆ

    ได้แต่มอง

    กินไฟน้องๆ เตารีดเลยนะเนี่ย โหย

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    Enermax Galaxy งามแต้ๆ

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    ตัวสุดท้ายก็แจ่ม

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    กระทู้เปลืองไฟ อิอิ

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    ไมโครเวฟที่บ้าน850Wเอง

    ไอ้นี่แม่นโหดว่ะ อันสุดท้าย12V 6แน่ะ


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