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    TTGI SuperFlower Plug-N Power 550W
    Author: JonnyGuru
    Date Posted:03/05/2005 15:02.43
    SLRating: SLRating: 8.5/10
    Bottom Line: This power supply exhibited a lot of the same issues as the Mad Dog. With added features like the 5-minute ramain running, the quieter 140MM fan that kept things VERY cool and the lower price scores this PSU higher than the Mad Dog.

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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!

    TTGI/SuperFlower Plug-N Power 550W

    A naked dog competes against it's brand name cousin...

    Like the Mad Dog we reviewed, people are going to consider the TTGI Plug-N Power because of power, price and modular cables.  550W is certainly a pretty powerful sounding number, and the TTGI branded Superflower power supply costs even less than the Mad Dog.  The modular cables are just like those on the Mad Dog and still allow the user to only add the cables they need, keeping the inside of the case neat and clean and capable of better air-flow.


    Here's our TTGI/SuperFlower and Mad Dog (left to right) next to each other. Quite different looking on the outside. The interfaces for the cables are similar, but are arranged differently.



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    1. Introduction
    2. Inside The PSU
    3. Power Up
    4. Labels and Cables
    5. Results and Conclusions

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