Chieftec Polaris 850W Power Supply Review
Mike Sanders / 8 months ago
While Chieftec might not be necessarily one of the first names that trip off your tongue if asked to name a PC component manufacturer, if our comments section is anything to go by, then the hardware community certainly holds their product releases with a lot of respect and regard. I mean, we certainly do, and that’s why when we were given a chance to check out their new Polaris series of power supplies, we jumped straight for it!
Chieftec Polaris Power Supply
Available in both 850 and 1050 wattage output variants, it seems pretty clear that Chieftec is angling this Polaris series towards the high-end performance gaming consumer. While we will specifically be checking out the 850 watt variant in this review, both come packed with an exceptionally strong set of features and specifications that certainly make this stand out as a top-spec product designed for the knowledgeable and discerning consumer.
What Does Chieftec Have to Say?
“The Polaris Series brings CHIEFTEC’s trusted and proven experience with high quality, 80 PLUS® Gold certified, fully modular power supplies back to the forefront of modern technology. Polaris Series PSU’s feature state-of-the-art technical design including LLC half-bridge converter with DC-to-DC technology, as well as high power-density to allow higher efficiency and power output with a more compact size.
Cable lengths of 650mm ensure that these power supplies can be used even in large builds.”
- 80 PLUS® Gold-certified efficiency
- Fully modular cable management
- LLC Half-Bridge converter with DC-to-DC technology
- 24-Month Warranty
For more detailed specifications, please visit the official product page via the link here!
Coming as a fully-modular design, the good news here is that you only need to fit the cables your system and components require. With a wide variety on offer, and coming with generous cable lengths, you shouldn’t have any problems here hooking up all of your components with no excuses left for any sloppy cable management!