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Review: TAGAN ITZ 1300W PSU
« on: September 29, 2007, 11:38:03 AM »

Review: TAGAN ITZ 1300W PSU

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This PSU is not one for your basic machine. This is an ITZ 1300 watt PSU made for high end equipment. There is enough power and rails to provide most game system builds with all it's needs and leave ample power to spare. When you first pick up the box be warned it is not light weight. A rough estimate would make it about two to three times the weight of a normal 600w PSU.

TAGAN ITZ 1300W PSU
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Re: Review: TAGAN ITZ 1300W PSU
« Reply #1 on: October 03, 2007, 12:20:09 AM »

Is it just me or are we building more power hogs rather than efficient computers? Still... I want that PSU!  :thumbsup: :D
Way to go with voiding that warranty, dave ^_^
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Re: Review: TAGAN ITZ 1300W PSU
« Reply #2 on: October 03, 2007, 12:28:04 AM »

Is it just me, or are high-rated PSUs getting shallower every day?

The first 1000W units on the block (the PCP&C one, the Enermax Galaxy, etc.) were MUCH longer than this 1300.

Indeed, this 1300 is about the depth of the Delta (Intel-labelled) 600 I have in my XP 2000+ box (the 300 that was in there was failing, and it was the only spare >=300 I had)
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Re: Review: TAGAN ITZ 1300W PSU
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2007, 11:33:57 AM »

Is it just me or are we building more power hogs rather than efficient computers? Still... I want that PSU!  :thumbsup: :D
Way to go with voiding that warranty, dave ^_^

I have seen some inprovments on the power requirements on PC .. going from the 975 Chipset and the P35 was some nice work and cut down the amount of power required from the PSU (and number of power conectors as well).

the system used minus the processor (could have thrown in a 2.4ghz ) is my bigest power hungry system.
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