Ups Battery APC 720W - Cyberpower 900W

Hi guys,

Can you help me with this. I am planning to get ups battery that can hold my setup for 10-15 in case power drops. After all the read i assume i should buy one of this models. I cant check full usage for my setup as i dont have it yet but it should be like this

Processor i7, 16GB Ram, single HDD drive(no ssd) integrated graphic card or some standard one
3-4 monitors 24'. All will be probably new from HP. Its Work related and office stuff. No graphics or games. Router will be Netgear n600

I wanted to go with APC as i heared its leader and best company on the market, but only Smart Models have clear sine. All this APC pro have sth similar to clear sine but not pure one and i heared that there are possible issues with active pfc adapters. And all new computers got it.

Cyberpower is stronger but actually a little bit more pricey where i can buy it from and its different company.

Can you help with that and share your views please


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