"With the ever increasing power demands of modern CPU’s, GPU’s and computers in general, 1000 watt power supplies are becoming more readily available outside of the big names and leading manufacturers. Rosewill offers quite the selection of power supplies, ranging from 300W to 1000W that will fill just about whatever void you are looking for. Today we are taking a look at the RGD1000 from Rosewill and we’ll find out if it is worthy of your hard earned money.
The RGD1000 offers quite bit of power for your system and looks quite impressive on paper. It promises 1000W of continuous power with a 50C rating to keep your system running during those long and hot gaming sessions. It also offers six PCI-E connectors for those interested in running multi-GPU systems and a single 12V rail. The modular design lets you keep your case neat and tidy while allowing you to make sure that you have plenty of connections for whatever configuration you need."
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This was one of the most eagerly awaited releases at the latest CeBIT show 2010. Sadly for the Shrimps reviewers we didn't see much Thuban or GTX 480 in real life at the fare. But now finally AMD's new core is amongst us. AMD released 2 brand new CPUs: the 6 core 1055T model running at 2.8Ghz and the flagship the 1090T version at 3.2Ghz with unlocked multiplier. Time to explore how it performs compared to the older 4-core as well as Intel i7 competition.
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