InWin Commander 750w

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Introduction

In the past, overclockers had a core set of components they needed to focus on to guarantee stability and performance: CPU, motherboard, memory and GPU. One often overlooked aspect of the intrepid system builder was the PSU. However, as products have increased in performance, so has their power usage, with GPUs especially needing hundreds of watts just on their own, PSUs have become far more important. With that in mind, InWin have sent over their Commander 750w PSU. Let’s see how it holds up.

 

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Last modified: February 15, 2011

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One Response to :
InWin Commander 750w

  1. gayan says:

    this thing served me very well for around 2 years and started giving trouble for my new core i5 sandy bridge system , when i use this psu and start windows 7 ultimate setup it just crashes at the step of optimizing performance . i switched to a new seasonic x650 gold and the installation finished fine . i loved this psu at the times of buying it but later on i thought this psu is a shame compared to some seasonic , corsair etc. the first point of me hating this is because it only gives 18 amps on 12 v range thats a big shame for a 750 w psu isnt it . loved the fancy cable wallet and the bag though but those are really not of much use for me . army green color is cool but careful not to hit anything too hard on it or the paint will peel off . this is simply not worth for the high prize u pay . i never had any idea of gaming psu’s those days otherwise i would have looked else where for sure .

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