|Topower PowerBird 900 W Power Supply|
|Written by HardwareSecrets|
|Thursday, 18 June 2009|
Topower is a traditional OEM manufacturer, being the real manufacturer behind units from brands like Tagan and OCZ (not all power supplies from OCZ are manufactured by Topower, though). They also sell power supplies using their own brand and today we are going to review their PowerBird 900 W unit, which uses a full modular cabling system and is based on a two-transformer design. Let's see whether this is a good unit or not.
PowerBird 900 W is a long power supply, being 6 57/64" (17.5 cm) deep, using a 120-mm fan on its bottom and featuring active PFC, of course. But what is really different about this power supply is its fully modular cabling system. Usually when manufacturers say their products have a modular cabling system, the main motherboard cable and usually the ATX12V/EPS12V cable come directly from inside the power supply, not using the modular system. This does not happen with PowerBird 900 W, where even the main motherboard cable is attached to the modular system. HardwareSecrets