It's been years now, since companies such as Mushkin took to the scene. Making their stomping ground amongst the boutique vendors and the enthusiasts, these companies built a strong reputation on years of quality product releases. Yet, as time goes on, it doesn't seem to take much for companies to expand - after all Corsair makes cooling, Gigabyte makes cases and OCZ makes phase change cooling - so it doesn't seem to be such a crazy world when Mushkin decides to take steps into the enthusiast marketplace with their own flavor of power supply. Unfortunately, when a company is set to turn chips into modules, they don't really have the facilities inside to make these units themselves, so what we'll be seeing today is a certain barebones PSU with Mushkin's touch added to it. Will it turn out for the best, or for the worst? Read on to find out.