PC Enthusiasts and PC Gamers looking to either overclock or run multiple GPU's need a consistent throughput of power to sustain it all. Reliability is always a concern. In order to meet this, In Win takes on the challenge to deliver the stability and performance expected when at full load with their new line of PSU's, the Commander Series. Today PCWizKid reviews one of Commander Series PSU's, specifically the 850W model which also comes in 650/750W/1200/1500W sizes. The commander Series PSU has Limited Lifetime Warranty if you registered on their In Win website after you purchase it which shows they stand by their product.
When I first saw the box it came in (a camouflaged military look) you knew that this was intended for the hard core gamers out there. Aimed to those looking for a coolness factor also, the PSU has the aggressive look of a tank and appropriately so, it packs a great punch! Watch PCWizKid's review of the In Win 850W PSU for yourself and see how it demonstrates to be a well equipped to handle the most demanding PC configurations easily.
Supports NVIDIA SLI & Quad SLI and All Multi-Core GPU Technologies
Modularized Cable Management System
8(6+2) Pin PCI-E Connectors for Multi-GPU Graphic Cards
Four Independent +12V Rails
Silent 14cm Double Ball-Bearing Fan
Patented 4 Pin Molex Connectors
Intelligent Fan Speed Control for Optimal Acoustic
Active Power Factor Correction (PF>0.99)
Supports ATX 12V 2.3/ EPS 12V 2.91
Independent Voltage Circuit
Protections: Over Current, Over Voltage, Over Power, Under Voltage and Short Circuit Protections
Japanese Industrial Grade Components (Capacitor, etc.)
Here you can see the various outputs between the different models so you can decide which one suits your needs best.
During full load testing both rails stayed within a +/-1% deviation which demonstrated that the In Win Commander Series PSU's areable to deliver a consistant output. with an easy to use modular design , plenty of connector support theis PSU shows quality and craftmanship (wth 3yrs warranty to back it up). If price is not much of an issue (at the time of this article this 850W PSU is priced over $200 US) this PSU has the cool factor, the fabrication quality and the power to supply any PC enthusiats needs when overclocking and running multiple GPU's.