...However, we do believe that Rosewill needs to undercut the established competition if it is to gain a genuine foothold in the enthusiast-orientated market.
Rosewill's raison d'être rests with sourcing high-quality kit and then rebranding it for sale in Newegg and other leading online stores. The firm now wants to raise its profile by launching high-end products that are to be sold in a wider range of outlets. Helping augment this approach is the Tachyon 750W PSU, designed to offer top-notch performance at a competitive price point.
Our tests show that the supply provides solid numbers through a battery of tests, and we have no qualms about its performance. However, we do believe that Rosewill needs to undercut the established competition if it is to gain a genuine foothold in the enthusiast-orientated market. Citing an example, Corsair's AX760 retails for the same money and has some additional technical trickery - hybrid fan, for starters - and a longer warranty that, combined, gives it the nod.
A competent supply that uses a high-quality Super Flower design, Rosewill's Tachyon 750W is certainly worthy of being put on a shortlist... assuming you live in the US.
Excellent ripple performance
Rated at 50°C and ships with 5-year warranty
No hybrid-fan mode
Could do with a few more SATA cables
Rosewill Tachyon 750W PSU is available to purchase from Newegg.
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