Which power supply should I buy?
By now, we all know that the best power supply for your PC is the one that uses the most watts.
But which power supply will give you the best performance?
Here’s our picks for the best powered desktop and mobile PC power supplies.1.
Corsair H100 Series: Corsair H200 Series power supplyThe H100 is Corsair’s latest power supply.
The H200 series is Corsair has been making the H100 for a long time, but the company has finally released a high-end version.
It’s got a 140W TDP (power consumption is around 50W), and has been a mainstay for power-hungry users.
But there are a few caveats.
Corsair says the H200 is powered by the same 6-pin PCIe power connector as the H50, and that it’s not an 8-pin power connector.
We’re not sure how many users actually need 8-pins, but it’s probably worth a look.
Corsair also notes that the H40, H60, and H70 power supplies are the same power supply as the current H100.
You can also buy the H110, H120, and HS200.
We’ll have more info on those power supplies in the next few weeks.2.
Corsair PowerCore 1000: Corsair Power Core 1000PowerCore 1000 is a new power supply that’s powered by Corsair’s own 6-Pin PCIe power cable.
It comes in two different models, the PowerCore 1100 and the Power Core 1100G.
The 1100G comes with a 140 W TDP, which means it will run your desktop PC for hours on end.
It also has two USB 3.0 ports.
But if you want a power supply with better performance, you’ll want to check out the Powercore 1200.3.
Corsair XC100: Corsair XCE100 The Corsair X CE100 power supply comes in both 10- and 30-Watt versions, with the 10-Watts being the cheapest option.
It doesn’t have a high power rating, but Corsair claims that the XCE50 is better than the XC60 for a given power draw.
Corsair lists the X CE50 at 130W, which is roughly in line with the XCU50 that we reviewed last year.
It does have a lower TDP of 50W, so if you’re planning to spend a lot of money on a power adapter, the XCA100 might be worth a shot.
Corsair claims the XCS50 is a perfect 10-watt power supply to keep in your PC.
We recommend checking out the Corsair XCA150.4.
Corsair ATX12V: Corsair AT12V This new power source from Corsair comes in five different power levels, which range from 150W to 250W.
Corsair has included a new 120-watts model, but we don’t know how many customers will need it.
If you plan to use the AT12Vs power for a lot more power than your motherboard will handle, you might want to consider the AT150.
Corsair hasn’t listed the AT11V power supply on the site, but there are some users who swear by it.
We would strongly recommend that you try it out.5.
Corsair AC1200: Corsair AC12V Corsair’s AC1200 is a 12-volt power supply and we don.t recommend buying it unless you’re willing to pay more than $60.
The AC1200 isn’t the best choice for desktop PC users who plan to spend most of their time in their work environments, but its higher wattage and higher efficiency make it a viable option for power users who work from home.
Corsair’s site says the AC1200 has a 10-20W TPD rating, which makes it a good choice for power intensive tasks.
It should be noted that the AC12Vs 12-wad is not a 10Watt, but a 10watt-20watt rated unit.
We wouldn’t recommend going up to 150W, but that’s definitely something to consider if you have to.6.
Corsair AX12V, AX12G, AX100, AX10: Corsair AX10 The AX10 is Corsairs most popular 12-volt power supply currently.
It is powered through the 6- pin PCIe power connection, and features a 140-W TDC.
Corsair describes it as “one of the most efficient, best-performing, and most affordable 12-Volt power supplies available.”
If you have a lot to do with your PC, you can expect to spend around $120-150 on a 12V power adapter.7.
Corsair GXP: Corsair GXP Corsair’s GXP power supply is an upgrade over its GX60, which was the last power supply we reviewed for PCs.
The GXP model is now powered by a 6-Pip power cable that’s rated for 300W.
It has a lower power rating than the GX50, but is the same as the GXP.
Corsair notes that it