Hi all, I am planning on upgrading my PC with two high end volta (as soon as they will be released) and a Threadripper or an i9 (I need to choose as soon as icelake will hit the road). I would like to stay safe and have an UPS of at least 1200W. Is there someone who can suggest me a good UPS brand with a good UPS greater or equal than 1200W capacity? Have you ever heard about PowerWalker? It seems that they have good products. https://www.powerwalker.com/?page=product&item=10120066 EDIT: At the end I choosed the Cyberpower over the APC, APC has really too much weakness in comparison... Cyberpower SmartUPS PR1500ELCD 1500VA/1350W arrived, it is deadly silent even with a load of 800W (if not on battery). Most line interactive UPS are silent but transformers can be loud even on some line interactive units. When on battery the fan curve raise with the load and the temperature but the quality YS-Tech is not that loud. Thanks to the pure wave my AX860i stopped making that ugly noise coming from the PFC circuit when on battery. UPS feels solid and premium, the only parts made in plastic is the front panel. Very easy to swap the batteries, the powerpanel business edition software is amazing, there are tons of cool features for nerds and it works flawlessly on Linux The unit is really really efficient with a powerfactor of 0.9, it converts pretty all of it's power in usable power. (APC is really behind in this) Runtime is excellent, with a load of 200W (my PC idling with the monitor) it says 2 hours and 15 minutes. Transfer to battery is faster than average UPS with only 4ms. Surge suppression is based on a series of MOVs for a total of 400 jouls that is more than enough for pretty every overvoltage you may have, leave alone lightning. They did not spare with the components It is a 230V unit but there is an equivalent for 110V, the 110V unit is a bit less powerful. It isn't cheap, but it offers a lot more than the equivalent APC for the same money.