Which are the best ATX power supplies?
It’s time to find out.
The question is, which power supplies are the cheapest and best for gamers?
For this, we used an in-depth review of the three most popular power supplies from the last few years.
We used our own benchmarks and a range of popular video game benchmarks to see which power supply would deliver the best performance, while keeping costs down and delivering the best value for money.
This article is based on our review of three of the top-performing power supplies, namely the Thermaltake P2, Thermalfoundry P2 and Corsair H110.
Each power supply is capable of delivering a maximum of 8W of power when used at a nominal voltage of 4.3V.
The P2 is a top performer in every metric, delivering an impressive 14W of peak power at 4.5V, which is impressive considering that most gamers are using this power supply for gaming.
The Corsair H120 is the most expensive, at $299.99, but it also offers a great performance for gaming, with 14W peak at 3.8V.
This power supply has been around since 2011, but now offers the most advanced cooling technology, and a full suite of options for fans.
The Thermafoundry H110 is a new design, which means it comes with a lot of new features.
Its cooling design uses a new aluminum core that has been specially formulated to provide better heat transfer, which improves cooling performance.
This makes the H110 an excellent choice for the budget gamer.
The Corsair H115 comes with an all-new cooling solution, which includes a new 140mm fan and a new heat-pipes that are taller and wider.
This gives you more airflow, which can help cool your graphics card, as well as lower noise levels.
The new fans also have the benefit of reducing the overall heat output, which has been shown to help with cooling performance in gaming.
Corsair H110 – $299 Corsair H105 – $349 Corsair H90 – $279 Corsair H70 – $259 Corsair H50 – $249 Corsair H35 – $229Corsail H100 – $199 Corsair H80 – $399Thermaltakes P2 – $499 Thermaloost P2 Plus – $699The ThermaFoundry VX1500-M2 is Corsair’s latest design for gaming power supplies.
It features two fans with large heatsinks that are rated for 10W and 12W of cooling, and features an aluminum heatsink base.
It also features an upgraded fan controller that has more efficient fan speed control, as opposed to the old-style fan controller, which had the potential to cause problems with your system.
The HX150 is the lowest-performing model of the new power supply from Corsair, which offers a 13W peak rating at 4V.
The HX75 is the top performer for gaming with 8W at 4v, but is not an ideal choice for gamers who need to run at a higher power level.
The cooler is more efficient, which allows for a smoother gaming experience.
The P2 has a 15W peak and 12V rails, which give you plenty of power for most games, but only if you want to run it at a 4V or higher power setting.
The best value power supply comes in the HX65, which costs $199.99 and has an impressive 13W at 3V.
Thermalfounds P2-B is a slightly higher-end option, which brings with it an improved cooling system, which should allow you to run your graphics cards at higher voltages.
The cooling system has more air flow, which helps cool your card, but the fans are taller to help you reduce noise levels, which you’ll need to be careful with.
The VX150-B has a 14W at 5V, while the VX50-B delivers 15W at 2.8v.
The most important feature of the P2 for gamers is its overclocking capabilities.
This is the part of the power supply that makes it competitive with the likes of Corsair’s H110 and H90, which are both $199 to $399.
This means that gamers can run a full 1080p video game with minimal modifications.
The VX100 is the third most powerful model, which features a 4.7W peak rated at 3v.
The fan is larger, so you can fit bigger fans in, and it features a redesigned fan controller.
However, this means you can’t run more than eight fans, which limits your ability to run the game at 1080p at 60 frames per second.
The thermal solution is also taller and narrower, which makes it more difficult to cool your system under load.
The X300 is Corsair´s latest gaming power supply.
It comes with two 140mm fans with a 140mm heatsink, a new fan controller and a 120mm fan.
This will help reduce