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Arocool Templarius 850w


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#1 Juliasdream

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Posted 06 October 2014 - 08:09 AM

Im building a computer and about to buy a

Aerocool Templarius Imperator 850W 80+ Silver Single Rail 14cm White Modular PSU

I from Amazon

need the high wattage and amperage

 

I dont know this make.

Theres no star rating on Amazon so I'm wondering if anyone can recommend this or is it a lesser known make?



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Posted 06 October 2014 - 06:02 PM

It is a lesser known make as far as PSU's go.  I think their cases and fans are fairly well known, but I haven't seen their PSU's for sale in many places.  They are made for Aerocool by a company called Andyson.  I can only find a review in Russian for the 750w version of this PSU and it seems to be rated as acceptable quality if not exceptional.  It delivers it's rated power, and it should be OK really.

 

Personally, I'd probably stick to what I know and would take a look at this for a 80+ Bronze rated 850w PSU (XFX, made by Seasonic) or spend a little extra for this 80+ Gold rated PSU (EVGA, made by SuperFlower).

 

EDIT while these are nice power supplies, they are rather over the top for the system you've listed here, if that is what they are going in (just one GPU yes?).


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Posted 07 October 2014 - 03:05 AM

Hi, thanks for your help. We already decided to go for a Corsaie RM1000. Although  higher spec than needed it would be more or less future proof and has a 5 year warranty






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