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Alpine 750W PSU with 120mm Red Silent Fan 24+4 Pin Intel v2.03 Enhanced +12V

750W Alpine ALPINE-750W 1x120mm Fan, ATX v2.03 PSU

Alpine
Scan code: LN39193 Manufacturer code: ALPINE-750W Request call
End Of Life
Mid Range
Product Overview A Quality 750W PSU at a Superb Price! Features • Silent 120mm red fan with low noise technology <20dBA
• Packaged in designer retail box
• Quiet fan with thermal control
• Black coated casing
• 24 pin; 4 Pin (12V); 1 x 6 pin PCI-e; 4 x Sata; 3 x 4 pin; 1 x FDD
• Cable length 45cm
• Meets Intel v2.03 enhanced +12V
• 230V with rear on/off power down button
• Over-voltage and current protection +3.3V;+5V;+12V
• 100% Burn in and hipot tested; short circuit protection
• EMI Filter built in
• CE/ FCC/ UL approved
• ROHS Compliant
• +3.3V 26A; +5V 36A; +12V 38A; -12V 0.5A; +5VSB 2.0A
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan
Telephone:
0871 472 4747
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