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PostPosted: Thu, 09 Nov 2006 22:01:07    Post Subject: Tagan Turbo Jet 1100W Power Supply Reply with quote View Single Post

With 1,100W of power, and 20A to each of the four 12V rails, you can be sure that you will have plenty of power for a long time. The Tagan Turbo Jet 1100W TG1100-U95 power supply has everything you can ask for... long cables, a sufficient number of connectors, stable power, and four PCI-E connectors. - The Review
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PostPosted: Sun, 18 Feb 2007 16:47:25    Post Subject: Reply with quote View Single Post

I own one of the first models tagan launched (tg480-u01) and I'm very pleased with it. The other models seem to be also very promising and are very positively reviewed in various reviews.

About the problem you mentioned with not having a 120mm fan. Tagan has a psu series (the easycon XL) which is based on a 120mm fan design and is even modular.

But there is one major concern I want to post here. Although Im very pleased with my own PSU and the review a read since than on Tagan PSUs, the new Tagan turbojet series (the 900W and 1100W versions ending with U95) seem to have a major design fault. As I read in some review, they mentioned that testing the tg1100-u95 to his maximum, it could only provide somewhere between 700 and 800W. Which is way below the theoretical maximum of this supply. Something the enermax galaxy doesnt have a problem with.

Im not a specialist in electronics, so for those who want to know more about it, can read the links below. I hope that the one tested, was accidentally somewhat broke, but Im afraid not.

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/403/6
http://www.planet3dnow.de/artikel/hardware/netzteile/netzteil2006/highend/36.shtml

No viewing their site, there is also a tg1100-U96 which has I think like six 12V lines while the U95 has only four. I hope this one does not have the same design fault as the later.
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