Kingwin Lazer Gold LZG-1000 1000W

  • Kingwin Lazer Gold LZG-1000 1000W
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Pros:

  • More efficient than the last Lazer, gobs of 12V power, managed full power at 6 degrees over rated operating temperature, good voltage regulation, quiet.

Cons:

  • A little more AC ripple on the DC outputs than we would like to see, Only a 3year warranty
  • Minor rails a little rippletastic... again.

Expert reviews and ratings

By ThinkComputers on 100

Being 80PLUS certified is one thing, but being 80PLUS Gold certified is another. This means the power supply will run at least 87% efficient between 20% and 100% load and 90% efficient at 50% load. There are not a whole lot of power supplies with...

By PCPer on

The Kingwin Lazer Gold Series LZG-1000 PSU with Crystal Cube modular cable management delivered good voltage regulation (especially on the important +12V rails) with relatively clean outputs and very good efficiency. The LZG-1000 PSU is quiet at...

By JonnyGuru on 85

Kingwin's first attempt at an 80 Plus Gold unit is a pretty good effort. However, it seems that Kingwin has once again gone and let a few performance related items slip and slide in order to get those wonderful Gold numbers. As it stands now, this...

By HardOCP on

The Kingwin LZG-1000 represents a very nice evolutionary step in the Kingwin Lazer line of power supplies easily surpassing its previous offerings in many regards. The voltage regulation is once more very good and the unit posts the best efficiency we...

By Pureoverclock on

The Kingwin Lazer Gold 1000W is a solid power supply that delivers very good features and performance and does it in style as well. Kingwin has improved upon the previous design in several areas, including aesthetics, length of cables, and even...

International Review By Tom's Hardware on

Auch beim optischen Eindruck fällt das Kingwin Lazer LZG-1000 ein wenig gegenüber den Konkurrenten ab. Schon die Verpackung ist recht einfach gehalten, und auch die Haptik des Netzteils selbst reicht nicht ganz an die Qualität von Coolermaster, Cougar...