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Rated 5 out of 5 by Frank41 Quiet and cool power supply
This is an excellent power supply. On unpacking the unit I was impressed by the build quality. Once installed in the case it runs cool and quietly.
The only issue I had with the installation was with fitting a DVD writer. This was because I wanted to fit the DVD RW in the top position in the case, and the connection from the power unit was a little too short to reach that position. I overcame this by fitting the DVD RW in a lower position, but it would be a simple matter to extend the power unit wiring to suit. A minor issue, but worth mentioning, and would not have been a problem in a smaller case.
19 March 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Revvvhead Great product for tiny price
Bought this to replace the PSU in my fathers PC when it went bang.
This is so much quieter and with included PCI-E cables for a GPU.
Plenty of power to run a decent PC with one GPU. Nice and quiet and 80 Plus rated.
07 November 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by felinefine Gets the job done.
For the price this PSU is outstanding even if it is non-modular. 80PLUS Bronze certified is a bonus.
I have purchased this item before for a previous project and was not disappointed.
24 June 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dan31 Perfect for budget builds!
I bought this to power a fairly basic/cheap PC I put together for my little daughter to mess around with (educational software, children's games and movies etc..)... This PSU fits the bill perfectly! It has more than enough juice to power her system and is very wallet friendly and fairly good quality. Voltages are well within spec and it's pretty quiet too.
Obviously i'd recommend a more expensive PSU for a higher end system, but there's no need for a little system like my daughters:
* 2.8GHz Dual-Core Pentium G840 (Sandy Bridge).
* MSI B75MA-E33 Motherboard.
* 4GB (2x2GB) Samsung DDR3 1333 RAM.
* 1GB Palit Geforce GTX 650 OC GPU (anything is better than the integrated Intel GPU!).
* 500GB WD Blue SATA HDD
* Samsung CD/DVD-RW Optical Drive
As you can see this system is not going to draw anywhere near 500W (probably around 200W at most!) which leaves a some headroom for a better CPU or GPU later on :).
21 January 2015