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    Ultra has a storied past in the power supply market, not all of it a shining beacon of success, but they're looking to improve on past lessons learned with the next-gen X4 series. Marketed for enthusiasts (particularly gamers), the new X4 1200W has an entirely modular setup in a compact form, is 80PLUS Bronze Certified, and sports some nice features that look promising. Let's take a closer look.



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    Thanks for the review Jake!

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    Really nice PSU with all that modular cables, resembles so much of the Silverstone Strider
    a bit disappointed with the internal built of the PSU though

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    The x4 doesn't add too much to the X3, and they don't use jap capac. =(

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