Excerpt: One of the most important decisions you will face is when the current power supply in your computer dies and goes to power supply heaven. You will then realize you have two choices, number one is you purchase a power supply again that was the same size as the one that died and then ask yourself what killed the one that just died. Or you can opt for a power supply larger than the deceased one so that you have a bit of headroom to work with.
Conclusion: Presently, the Antec TruePower Trio 650W PSU SKU# TP3-650 is being sold as low as $69.99 at NewEgg.com . For that price alone, it is a bargain since far weaker power supplies are priced higher. Add to the great low price the fact that you will have a triple-rail power supply that can promise stability under the most demanding load, and you have yourself a sure thing.
Pros: Extremely quiet operation, Good performance, Active PFC (0.99), Fully sleeved cable groups, Very high efficiency rating, Good cooling design and results, Above average power regulation, Industrial grade components
Cons: Unfinished/unpainted unit case, Quality control error with this unit
Conclusion: The R&D team at Antec has a lot to be proud of with the TruePower Trio 650. Antec has raised the bar with three rock solid rails of dependable power at your disposal. The only thing bad I can say about this product is its just not flashy. I would feel safe recommending this power supply for system critical builds and gaming machines alike. It is interesting to contemplate what the Trio rail design might look like in a modular style.
Excerpt: 8 Flares 8 Flares × When building a new PC, it is important not to overlook the importance of a power supply. Without solid, stable power delivery a system can experience hard locks and in worst case scenarios, even component failure. Thankfully the market has no shortage of high quality, cost effective solutions available and today we will be looking at a product from Antec which retails for a modest £85 inc vat.
Summary: Zasilacz z serii TruePower TRIO od firmy Antec jest na pewno produktem godnym polecenia. Jego praca jest bardzo cicha. Napięcia są niemal identyczne w pracy pod obciążeniem jak i bez niego. Wykonanie "Antka" stoi na wysokim poziomie. Cena jak na egzemplarz o takiej mocy jest bardzo przystępna. Niestety nie ma w nim odpinanych kabli co dla Modderów jest rzeczą straszną z uwagi na mały "bałaganik". Myślę, że produkt jak najbardziej zasługuje na rekomendację.
Pros: Cicha praca, Stabilność napięć, Cena produktu, 5 lat gwarancji
Cons: Ubogie wyposażenie, Brak odpinanych kabli, Brak instrukcji w języku polskim