Reviews and Problems with Cyber Power cp1500avrlcd
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James C., Newegg
2 weeks ago
Pros: This is a great unit. I have bought 3. the first one 3 or 4 years ago and is working fine. I bought 2 more, 1 for my TV and 1 for a new computer system with a Rosewill 750w PS and it works great. Thank you cyberpower for a good UPS. I live in a area that has severe electrical storms and power loses.
Summary: This power supply was great while it was working, but after 2 years, it blew my high-end motherboard and I had to rebuild my entire gaming PC. We didn't know it was the UPS until 3 new motherboards, 2 new PSU's, and a new Cooler later.
Pros: High Power, great software, good battery life
Cons: SIMULATED wave fried 3 motherboards, 2 power supplies, and an all-in-one cooler, all brand new installed by local professionals.
Excerpt: So far this battery backup has been great. It was easy to setup, just plug it in and plug in your computer to the battery power outlets, connect the USB cable and you're done. I have a Mac Mini, a 24" monitor and a printer.
Excerpt: I have a business and we rented a space that has been chopped up and put back together. Throughout all of this they haven't updated the electrical so we have a ton of stuff all on one circuit and the breaker trips all the time.
Summary: For the price and quality, this is a great purchase. The protection it provides is well worth the investment.
Pros: Very easy to set up. Within a few minutes I had everything I intended to plug into protected. LCD display is convenient and provides a fair amount of information about what is going on with the power into and out of the UPS. Desktop app for Windows is simple, but informative as well. It allows yo...
Summary: Do you feel lucky, punk? My Seasonic M12 II 650W Evo Edition, which I got on sale here at New Egg, wasn't. As long as the computer was sleeping, power (to the UPS) could be lost/regained, and nothing fried. But, the first time the UPS lost power while computer was actually running: instadeath.
Pros: Cheapish for a "Modified" Sine Wave PFC
Cons: Rolling the dice when using with Active PFC PSU