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    Today we're examining the InWin Commander 1200w power supply, a unit that feels like a tank, which is appropriate given its military-styled theming and design. Let's take a look at the Commander 1200w and see if it's boom or bust.

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    Interesting colour scheme though, it's look like an army hardware.
    Always like modular PSU.

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