1010W FSP GROUP Everest Modular Power Supply, 85% eff', SLI/CrossFire, EPS 12V, 120mm Fan - £88.13 Delivered (£97.52 For non free P&P Members) @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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Normally £152.73 + Delivery @ Scan!!

Small Footprint!! 85%+ Energy Eff', Green

Gamers In Heaven, this new Everest series of Advance ATX2.2 | EPS2.91 PSUs are designed specifically for PC Gaming enthuses who are seeking the ultimate performance and value. Available in 1010-WATT, the Everest series represents the latest breakthrough in PC power design and technology. It features super-charge power distribution for even the most performance demanding PC system available on the market today. YOUR power, the way YOU want it, when YOU are ready for it, feature a unique, well-layout MODULAR-CABLE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM that allows the most secured and flexible power bridging for your PC system integration needs.

ATX 12V V2.2¦EPS12V V2.91 Ready
QUAD | 4-Channel 12V Rails Design
Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad & AMD Athlon 64/Phenom Compliant
High Efficiency >85%
Supports Serial-ATA for HDD
Supports Multi-GPU Graphic Cards
Supports Crossfire and SLI VGA Cards
Environmentally Friendly PSU with Active PFC
Energy Saving On Standby Mode <1W
120mm Variable-Speed Fan with Ultra-Low Noise

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1010W - for when 1000W just isn't enough for your "rig".

"Energy Saving On Standby Mode <1W "

Edited By: Smiff on Oct 27, 2010 16:03: blah
You could actually run an electric fire off this.
Does not receive the best of reviews at Hardocp:


Edited By: SomeGuy on Oct 27, 2010 20:29: Link not present

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