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Old 28th January 2008, 15:00   #1
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During my time here at Bjorn3D it seems like many of the reviews we have done have been power supplies. As mentioned in another review 2007 was 'The Year of the Power Supply'. Either way, as long as manufacturers keep producing this level of quality, keep them coming. The Ultra 750W X2 Extreme delivers power, low noise and a mirror. That's right, I said a mirror. Ok, so it is a 'titanium' case that, when you look at it, you can see yourself, a mirror. It is also completely modular down to the 24 pin power connector for the motherboard. Will this power supply have the power and efficiency a computer so requires? Let's find out.

The X2 Extreme has all the bells and whistles one would need to power and sustain a high end computer. It has dual 12V rail capacity, flex force cabling to hide the silver modular cables, and X-Connect technology to limit the amount of cables used in your comptuer. This equates to better airflow which also means lower temperatures. This in my book is a win win situation.
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