CIT 400W micro-ATX Power Supply

400W CiT Micro-ATX Quiet Fan 20+4pin ATX 12V with 80mm Temp Control Fan, PSU

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Scan code: LN20458 Manufacturer code: PSUCIT400MICRO Request call
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Product Overview A Top Value micro-ATX PSU, probably our best selling micro-ATX PSU!!

Silent PSU with Temperature Control Fan
ATX 12V Compliant for all kinds of CPU and mainboard
MTBF 50,000 Hours @ 25 degrees C

• SATA Connector
• 20 / 24 Pin Mainboard Connector
• 1 x 8cm Cooling Fan
Features Silent PSU with Temperature Control Fan
ATX 12V Compliant for all kinds of CPU and mainboard
MTBF 50,000 Hours @ 25 degrees C
Specifications
Specifications
Size Micro ATX
Edition  
Wattage 400 W
80 PLUS Certification Uncertified
Max. Efficiency  
Cooling Fan
Fans 1 x 80mm
Internal +12V Rails Dual Rail
Rail 1 +12V 8 A
Rail 2 +12V 13 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 21 A
Modular No
Modularity  
SLI/CrossFire No
EPS 12V No
Motherboard Connector 20+4 Pin
Connectors
  • 1 x 4pin ATX 12V
  • 4 x 4pin Molex
  • 1 x FDD Power
  • 2 x SATA Power
Dimensions 125 x 63 x 100 mm (WxHxD)
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
1 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
SCAN
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PSUs (Power Supply Units)
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Let's face it, power-supply units (PSUs) are boring. Presented in what's usually a mundane box spitting cables from one end, this is a product that's neither aesthetically pleasing nor technically interesting to the majority of self-builders.

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80 Plus certification
80 Plus certification
Date Issued: 18th Nov 2010

Conceived back in 2004 and brought to market just a year later, the 80 PLUS initiative is one of many standards introduced in an effort to increase energy efficiency in modern technology. Targeting computer power supplies, it awards PSUs that are able to achieve an energy efficiency of over 80 per cent at varying workloads and a power factor of 0.9 or more at 100 per cent load.

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Green computing at home
Date Issued: 20th Nov 2008

This TekSpek explains what Green Computing is, what it means to the consumer, and how energy-efficient components can be beneficial in the home.

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Reviews
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great PSU Nice and quiet PSU. Fit in my micro ATX case no probs. Only thing that bothered me was the 4 pin ATX 12v lead was too short to reach the socket on my motherboard and I ended up having to use an extender cable, but no biggie. 18 April 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice and quiet A suprisingly quiet PSU, handles my microserver with ease. 26 February 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by It's a psu Spoke to sales who recommended a 40 quid one and was told there are no cheaper ones. Chose this and it's fine for my mini case 09 November 2014
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Will this fit?!?

Will the PSU fit inside a Cooltek U1 case, The case specifies SFX but just wasn't sure.

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Hello,

This power supply (PSU) is a Micro-ATX form factor, whereas the Cooltek U1 case seems to only support SFX PSUs.

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I am struggling to find the exact size differences between the mini ITX and SFX PSU's if any.
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CIT 400W micro-ATX Power Supply
CIT 400W micro-ATX Power Supply