EVGA 500B 80PLUS BRONZE
500B - Best Value
With price and performance in mind, the EVGA 500B is the best value power supply for your next build on a budget. With 80 Plus Bronze standard, over 80% efficiency under typical loads, the EVGA 500B is a great choice. Combining 500W of continuous power and Single +12V High AMP rail design, gain maximum power and efficiency while staying protected with a series of over volt/over current protections all bundled into one!
Large 40 amp single + 12V Rail100 - 240 VAC / 10 - 5A / 50 - 60Hz
500W @ +50C
Industrial grade testing all load and regulation testing done at 50C
Single +12V Rail
A single +12V rail offers the best power output, rail stability and compatibility with the latest hardware. EVGA SuperNOVA 500B provides up to 40A on a single rail.
The EVGA 500B PSU’s are rated in continuous power, rather than peak. This ensures the longevity and stability at the officiall rated wattage, rather than rating off am unsustainable peak wattage.
80 Plus certification ensures your power supply isn’t wasting power and turning it into exess heat. Under typical load this power supply is 85% efficient or higher.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 36 months
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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