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Group test: what is the best power equipment for your technology?

The best power components reviewed

PC Advisor reviews the best power components and equipment for your technology.

5. FSP Epsilon 80plus 700W

The FSP Epsilon 80plus 700W is a capable PSU with very quiet operation, although it's a little pricey compared to some of the competition at this power level.

4. Tagan TG780-U33II

The Tagan TG780-U33II PSU is an excellent performer, but it's a rather expensive option which lacks some of the convenient features found elsewhere, such as modular cabling.

3. Coolermaster SilentPro M700W

At its low price of £79 inc VAT and with a full 5-year warranty, the SilentPro M700W is excellent value for money.

2. In Win Commander 850W

Whether you like the military styling or not, you’ll appreciate In Win’s attention to detail and the generally very high quality of the In Win Commander 850W - a powerful PC power supply unit.

1. BeQuiet DarkPowerPro 750

The BeQuiet DarkPowerPro 750, along with the Tagan model, costs rather more than the competition, but offers excellent efficiency along with some unique features. Its large selection of modular cables includes four 6+2pin PCI-Express connectors, allowing you to connect a pair of high-end graphics cards.

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