In Win were established back in 1986 and they never tried to diversify beyond designing and building computer cases. Merely a few months ago the company released a long line of high performance PSUs, the Commander series. This Commander series consists of five units, starting at 650W output and reaching up to 1500W for the high end model.
Today we are going to review the 1200W unit and see if it can perform sufficiently enough in order to appeal to the hardcore enthusiasts it is targeted towards.
Manufacturer’s Features and Specifications
Packaging and Bundle
The In Win Commander 1200W unit is supplied in a sturdy cardboard box which is covered with militaristic camouflage theme artwork. Only the rated output power of the product is written at the front of the box, but the features and specifications can be found at the rear. Inside the box everything is very well packed and the unit itself is protected by two thick Styrofoam pieces, keeping it safe during transportation. Inside the package you will find a couple of pouches for storing the cables you aren’t going to use, a small manual, typical 3M screws, a couple of cable ties and a warranty card. Strangely, there were two AC power cables in the package. There is also a bag with all of the modular cables inside.
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