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    Today we're looking at the InWin Commander 750w and 850w power supplies. They are very similar to the 1200w version that we've previously reviewed, which was built like a tank, appropriate given its military-styled theming and design. Today's units are less powerful, but no slouches either, sporting some beefy specifications and features.



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    They do know how to make good power supply's, I have not had any problems with their 1200w, and they back their Commander line with a life time warranty, as long as the product is registered.

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