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InWin Commander 850W PSU


Gamers and overclockers alike are constantly looking for stability and performance within each piece of hardware (GPU, CPU etc). Often overlooked is the PSU, which of course actually powers all those beastly components which turn your rig into a one-man-army-fragging-death-machine. In comes the Commander Series by In Win; specifically, we will be taking a look at the 850W PSU, although there are 650/750W PSU’s also (and even bigger are the 1200/1500W PSU’s). With a name like Commander and an ammo canister appearance my expectations are fairly high. Let’s see if this beast of a PSU can hold true to its look and name.
In Win’s Take:

In Win Development Inc., a computer chassis and power manufacturer, has custom designed a brand new power supply series – Commander 650/750/850W for computer gamers. Commander series adapted Japanese industrial graded capacitor to achieve continuous high efficiency and long durability. In addition to high-end components, Commander Series also passed stringent 80 Plus certification, along with Active PFC to provide an energy saving and environmental friendly product to gamers.”


  • Quad Independent 12V Rails
  • High Efficiency > 80%
  • Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) (PF > 0.9)
  • High Efficiency Voltage Transfer Technology for Double Forward Circuit Design
  • Intelligent Fan Speed Control Provides Silent Operation
  • 14cm Two Ball Bearing Fan for Quiet and Reliable Performance 6+2 Pin PCI-E Connectors to Support High-End Graphic Card
  • Premium Japanese Capacitors Provides Reliability and Superior Performance
  • Modular Cable Design
  • Provides Over Current, Over Voltage, Over Power, Under Voltage and Short Circuit Protections to Maximum Safety
  • Supports ATX 12V 2.3/EPS 12V 2.91
  • 4 Pin Molex Patented Easy Swap Connector
  • High Quality Golden Plated Terminal of Power Supply Connector
  • Independent Voltage Circuit Design
  • Universal AC Input of 100~240VAC
  • Hexagon-Shaped Ventilation for Excellent Heat Dissipation



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