Antec High Current Pro HCP-1000 Pro Reviews
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"Of course at the end of the day the money required to purchase a powerful PSU like the HCP-1000 is nothing compared to the money some of the best graphics cards cost so for people who can actually put 1KW of power to good use i really don't think that such a price tag can be considered an issue. Thanks to its 80Plus Platinum Certification, completely modular design, OC link feature, rail stability and 7 years warranty the HCP-1000 is truly one of the top power supply units in the market currently and that's why it gets our Platinum Award."
"With the HCP-1000 Platinum, Antec offers a top product. The layout is very nice and the quality of the internal manufacturing including soldering is simply awesome! This is kind of a surprise, since the case doesn't look special at all. This is a perfect example where the first look doesn't tell the truth. Remarkable is that the OEM (Delta) wants to stay on the safe side and does not try to save money in using cheaper components. A perfect example are the APFC capacitors which are rated at 450V instead of the usual 400-420V. The Antec HCP-1000 Platinum is in our point of view one of the most reliably PSU available on the retail market. We especially recommend this PSU when high reliability is needed but the budget does not allow the purchase of professional redundant server PSU. In comparison with other power supplies with similar power rating this unit offers not so many modular cables. Additionally a good cooling performance has on this PSU priority over being very quiet. The HCP-1000 Platinum is well audible under load, which means we've heard more silent PSU's in the past."
"To sum up, HCP-1000 is one of the best performing PSUs I tested so far and it will easily handle power hungry systems equipped with up to three high-end VGAs. If you can afford it then you should put it on the top of your list since besides excellent performance, it has to offer quiet operation throughout a wide load range. Finally, although the Antec HCP-1000 fulfilled all of my expectations I am eager to see a Platinum 1200W unit from Antec/Delta which will continue the legend of the HCP-1200."