E-Power EP-1000P10-T2 PSU Reviewed

Posted: Dec 27 2007, 9:46am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:27am CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

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Anyone who has ever built a computer or worked inside one knows that there tend to be a mass of power cables inside that you just don’t need. The best way to make things cleaner looking and support better airflow for keeping your components cool is to reduce the clutter inside the case.

The best way to reduce unneeded power cables is with a modular power supply. Real world Labs has a review of the E-Power EP-1000-P10 PSU and in the end says it is a good performer.

RWLabs says the E-Power PSU is worthy of consideration next to Thermaltake, Cooler Master, and PC Power and Cooling when shopping in the $364.99 to $249.99 price range.

Via RWLabs.

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