PSU Chieftec BPS-750C2 (Nitro 2 Series) Review

Chieftec, a renowned PSU designer, developed and released its Nitro 2 series of power supply units a few years ago. Last year the series replenished with new models and nowadays it consists of nine units with 400W-850W power. All of them have managed to gain 80 Plus Bronze certificate, due to a high efficiency level 81-85-81 at 20%, 50% and 100% power loading correspondingly. Chieftec BPS-750C2 unit is a deserving representative of Nitro 2 series that attracts clients not only by its facilities but also by a democratic price.



Design and Delivery Kit


Chieftec BPS-750C2 is housed in a black casing with a rough texture. Black ventilation grid with the company's logo in the center covers the integrated cooling system fan. Network socket on the external side is supplemented with a switch; internal side accommodates four sockets for the connection of cables that provide power to peripheral devices, and two more sockets for the graphics cards power supply. Each socket is …

Official Presentation of AMD G-T16R for Embedded Systems

AMD has replenished its product line with a new hybrid processor with appreciably low power consumption. G-T16R belongs to the Embedded G-Series line and is a part of AMD Brazos 2.0 platform. This APU is primarily destined for the embedded systems employment. AMD representatives stress out that G-T16R is an appropriate solution to be used in transport equipment, trade and cash desk stations, medical electronics, as well as in industrial administrative systems.



The company has managed to design its hybrid processor in a way to make it more saving than any other product of the same line. Thus, the average power consumption level equals to 2.3 W with Thermal Design Profile (TDP) of 4.5 W. Despite such low-power index, G-T16R is able to secure high performance showings which exceed the showings of the predecessor Geode LX three times as much. To continue the comparison, the new model consumes 7% less power than Geode LX but, at the same time, takes 58% less space on the motherboard …

Xtreme Gaming XC700W Chassis from Gigabyte

The Gigabyte Company has launched a new product, an ATX full-tower Xtreme Gaming XC700W chassis.



This chassis is made in black and silver colours out of steel, aluminum and tempered glass. The framework stands on rubber feet constructed to absorb vibration and foster heat transfer. RGB LED lighting adds originality to this model and can be controlled with the help of the brand Xtreme Engine utility. The dimensions are 593.5*240.5*546.6 mm, net weight equals to 15.4 kg. The front-end interface is represented with two USB 3.0, two USB 2.0 and HD Audio ports.


Xtreme Gaming XC700W possesses 3 x 3 (2.5)" SSD, 3 x 2.5" Driver Bays and supports mini-ITX/m-ATX/ATX mother boards with 8 expansion slots. The 170 mm high CPU, 430mm long VGA and 220 mm long PSU can be installed into this framework.


Dust Filters are detachable and easy to clean with the help of wash liquid. There’s a lot of space for a pump and reservoir. At the top there’s enough room for three 120 mm …
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