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Date: October 26th, 2006
Article by: Mike Carter (Hardware Reviewer)
Edited by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner / Head Editor)
Product was submitted by: Antec
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CONCLUSIONS AND AFTERTHOUGHTS

 

 

Antec has once again proven that glossy finishes and modular cables don't make a great power supply. Despite lacking some glamour, the TruePower Trio hits where it counts- stability, flexibility, and rock-solid performance. Given the Trio's relatively low cost, the bang for the buck cannot be denied. Three 12v rails, SLI certification, and the ability to power even a watercooled rig easily ranks the TruePower Trio 650 in the top ranks. The fact that it does this all in relative silence is the icing on the cake.


If you're looking for a PSU to power your newest gaming rig, take a hard look at the TruePower Trio 650.


Pros:


- Stable Power
- Excellent Build Quality
- Plenty of Connectors
- Quiet
- Decent Price


Cons:


- Lackluster Utility Aesthetics
- Needs more Cable Sleeving
- Fan Channels need more power.

 

 

If you have anymore questions about this power supply, please feel free to post them in our forums HERE.

 


 


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