hardwaresecrets.com: Seasonic revamped their S12II power supply series, adding 80 Plus Bronze certification and promising higher efficiency. This new series is called S12II Bronze and let's see if the 520 W model is a good pick.
bit-tech.net: The thing is, there's a minimum cost in making a quality power supply. You can buy cheap supposedly branded devices but why risk it? Seasonic produces a quality device that works exceptionally well, looks great and has all the right cable requirements for a PSU of this cost and power rating.
hardwaresecrets.com: Seasonic has just released their 80Plus Gold power supply line-up, X-Series, which promises 90% efficiency. Let's take a look on the 650 W model.
jonnyguru.com: A little while back, I reviewed Antec's Signature series 850W power supply. Toward the end of that review, I threw down a challenge: any company who thought they could do better than that unit should give it a shot and send me the resulting power supply. While I'm still waiting for responses from the likes of Zippy and PC Power and Cooling, Seasonic came through for me.
overclock3d.net: Seasonic are well known for their silent yet powerful PSU's, but does their latest modular model follow suit? We find out.
driverheaven.net: Today we will review one of their higher end products, the M12D 750W PSU. The M12D 750W boasts some very impressive specifications, but at the same time its retail price requires it to compete against the best products of its class. We will soon find out if it can take on some of the finest PSUs released in the retail market to this date.
thinkcomputers.org: Seasonic has been around for a long time-since 1975. It is more well-known for its OEM line of power supply units, but it sells some models retail, as well. It touts the S12D 850W power supply unit as being certified 80PLUS Silver, proving that the unit is at least 85% efficient.