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400W Corsair PSU, 3 y warranty - £29.95 @scan

£29.95 @ Scan
Definalty a good buy if you are looking for a PSU for a normal pc (ie not high spec or gaming) Here is a usfull link for calculating what sized PSU you may need http://educations.newegg.com/too… Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
Definalty a good buy if you are looking for a PSU for a normal pc (ie not high spec or gaming)

Here is a usfull link for calculating what sized PSU you may need
http://educations.newegg.com/tool/psucalc/index.html

spec:
1 x 120mm fan
20/24 pin
1 x 4pin ATX 12V
6 x 4pin Molex
1 x 6pin PCI-E Power
2 x FDD Power
6 x SATA Power

Dimensions: 150 x 86 x 140 mm (WxHxD)

Supports the latest ATX12V v2.2 standard and is backwards compatible with ATX12V 2.01 systems.

• Rated up to 400W of continuous power output at 40ºC

• Extra long fully sleeved cables to support full tower chassis and assist with flexible cable routing.

• Ultra-quiet 120mm double ball-bearing fan delivers excellent airflow at an exceptionally low noise level by varying the RPM in response to temperature.

• High efficiency topology to ensure energy savings.

• 99% Active Power Factor Correction provides clean and reliable power to your system.

• Universal AC input 90~264V automatically scans and detects the correct voltage. No more hassle of flipping that red switch!

• Dedicated single +12V rail offers maximum compatibility with latest components

• Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection, and Short Circuit Protection provide maximum safety to your critical system components.

• Standard ATX PS/2 size: 5.9"(W) x 3.4"(H) X 5.5"(L); 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 140mm(L)

• MTBF: 100,000 Hours


you will now need to go to here:
http://www.scan.co.uk/products/400W-Corsair-CMPSU-400CXUK-Power-Series-PSU-ATX-PS-2-UK-Version-3-year-warranty
as it is no longer on the today only. still only £29.95 - so about £1.50 more...
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#1
Voted hot for that price - but the price is now £29.95 plus delivery. Still quite reasonable for such a reputable brand, product and warranty! Good Find!!!
#2
krazy_321
Voted hot for that price - but the price is now £29.95 plus delivery. Still quite reasonable for such a reputable brand, product and warranty! Good Find!!!

Quite a few poeple get free delivery with Scan due to being an Avforum member
#3
Ebuyer have it for £29.95 and free delivery if you spend over £50
#4
good price
#5
Hmmm, I think I'll stick to my 850w modular Corsair...
#6
Good PSU, will power an alright / mid range computer, it would probably be alright for a low rent gaming PC too. Great if you're building this type of computer, and don't want an OTT PSU which is going to drain your bank
#7
Blanco
Hmmm, I think I'll stick to my 850w modular Corsair...


And i'll stick to my Seasonic X-650. Hold on... we're both miles out of this price range (_;)
#8
cheers, heat added :)
#9
Exceptional psu and very good price.
#10
So is it 80plus certified? If not I think this is old stock - look at the "2007 Custom PC" award! Yesterday's technology sold off for what way seem to be a bargain price. Expired, too, but I can't find the button in the new layout...

Edited By: MrPuddington on Aug 12, 2010 08:36: Expired
#11
Good price for a good PSU :) you get what you pay for with these
#12
jjintheuk
Great if you're building this type of computer, and don't want an OTT PSU which is going to drain your bank
you do realise that is you took a basic computer with a 250W power supply (might use 60W idle and 180W under load) and replaced it with a 1000W power supply do you think that the idle and load wattage level would change? The answers no btw.
#13
I had a modular 700W something or other a few year ago, but if you're only going to have 1 dvd-rw, 1 hard drive and a recent energy efficient graphics card you only need 400W.
#14
Blanco
Hmmm, I think I'll stick to my 850w modular Corsair...
Haha - I love this kind of comment. Its like a ferrari owner going into a ford ka forum just to point out that he'd still rather have his ferrari ;-)
#15
MIDURIX
jjintheuk
Great if you're building this type of computer, and don't want an OTT PSU which is going to drain your bank
you do realise that is you took a basic computer with a 250W power supply (might use 60W idle and 180W under load) and replaced it with a 1000W power supply do you think that the idle and load wattage level would change? The answers no btw.
It wouldn't but the efficiency of a PSU which is designed to output 1000W would drop if its been asked to run 100-200W.
Whilst a 400W runs more efficiently at those consumptions.

so you would be better off with a small PSU if you don't need huge power.

Edited By: sswats on Aug 12, 2010 12:04: typo
#16
Alternatiely this (also 80+) offering from OCZ, £27.01 + Delivery.

Aria don't half sting on the delivery charge though.
#17
yer, iv not been able to post anything for aria as they are banned, but they do have some cheap prices.
#18
I just got one of these from Ebuyer for the same price, and am very pleased with it - really solid build, almost silent and 80+ efficiency - powers my 9800gtx and dual core processor easily.
#19
This'll power an AMD Athlon 4400 won't it? It's not just for Intel?

£28.19 with free delivery.
#20
yep, if you not sure if there will be enough power, you can always check this to see how much all your components require:
http://educations.newegg.com/tool/psucalc/index.html
#21
Good deal, have bought 4 of these to build systems for my clients.

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