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    MAD DOG Multimedia MD-500SCPS
    Author: JonnyGuru
    Date Posted:03/04/2005 10:43.40
    SLRating: SLRating: 7.5/10
    Bottom Line: If you have a computer that loads up heavy on the 5V or won't load the 12V up over 20A while the 5V is also over 20A and you don't want to spend more than $100 on a modular power supply, this might be a good power supply for you. But if you've got an SLI system...

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    Introduction

    This review is one of a series of PSU reviews, if you have not read any of the others you can read all about the test set up and methodology below.
    1. Testing Overview
    2. Wattage
    3. Parameters
    4. Methodology

    And now... ON TO THE POWER SUPPLY TESTING!

    MAD DOG Multimedia MD-500SCPS

    Mad Dog?  Isn't that booze?

    Mad Dog Multimedia hasn't been around long, but they've pretty much taken over the shelves of your local CompUSA.  With the experience of long time peripheral guru Mike Dendo at the helm, Mad Dog is capable of making a strong presence.  Now they're adding modular power supplies to their repertoire.


    The Mad Dog features all ball-bearing fans, and although the fans are thermostatically controlled, one can set the initial fan speed with a push button mounted to the back of the case.



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    1. Introduction
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    3. Observations
    4. Technical Overview
    5. Test Results and Conclusions

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