be quiet! BN226 SFX Power 2 300W Power Supply
- 450W Silverstone Strider ST45SF 80PLUS Bronze 85% Eff' 80mm Quiet Fan, SFX, EPS 12V,£56.99£5.48 NEXT DAY DELIVERYIn stock
For compact PC systems that perform well beyond the ordinary, with a great combination of quietness, features, reliability and efficiency, choose SFX Power 2 300W. Features • Strong dual 12V-rail design supports high stability and a PCIe connector for peripherals that need more power, like a PCIe graphics card
• 300 watts of continuous power to ensure steady operation even when your PC meets an unexpectedly heavy load
• 80PLUS Bronze certification and up to 89% power conversion efficiency let you use the provided energy more efficiently and reduces your power bills
• Product conception, design and quality control in Germany
|Edition||SFX Power 2|
|80 PLUS Certification||80 PLUS Bronze|
|Max. Efficiency||89.2 %|
|Fans||1 x 120mm|
|Internal +12V Rails||Dual Rail|
|Rail 1 +12V||14 A|
|Rail 2 +12V||16 A|
|Rail 3 +12V||N/A|
|Rail 4 +12V||N/A|
|Rail 5 +12V||N/A|
|Rail 6 +12V||N/A|
|Max. Combined Output +12V||N/A|
|Motherboard Connector||20+4 Pin|
|Dimensions||125 x 100 x 63.5 (WxHxD)|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- be quiet!
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