600W Be Quiet Straight Power E7, 80+,( 89% Eff') PSU £41.99 @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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Free shipping via avforums etc, otherwise + £7.99 shipping.
(todayonly page, for this price)
Really nice PSU for the money, Be Quiet are a good make too.

Blurb :

Cooling: STRAIGHT POWERE7 features a silent 120mm be quiet! SilentWings fan to provide automatic and reliable control of temperature and speed.
• Volume: STRAIGHT POWERE7 provides the Ultra Silent Concept to ensure highly silent operation, which means your entire system will run exceptionally quietly.
• Cable sleeving: STRAIGHT POWERE7 uses sleeved cables for better air circulation and a tidy casing.
• Compatible with the latest ATX-version 12V 2.3: STRAIGHT POWERE7 is compatible with the latest technical standards for ATX-power supplies defined by Intel™ as well as AMD™ systems.
• Active PFC = 0.99: STRAIGHT POWERE7 ensures an extremely stable power supply by equalizing mains fluctuations.
• Voltage stability: STRAIGHT POWERE7 uses Quad Rail technology and four isolated 12V cables to offer high voltage stability. That means all components have their own separate power supply and high degree of security.
• German Engineering: STRAIGHT POWERE7 dishes out top performance even when put into full-time operation, and meets all expectations for a reliable, high quality product bearing the be quiet! brand name.
• Long lifetime: STRAIGHT POWERE7 offers a long lifetime of up to 100,000 hours at 25°C.
• Hold-up time: STRAIGHT POWERE7 offers >19ms of hold-up time (at 100% workload), meaning the power supply guards against mains fluctuations.
• Wide variety of security devices: STRAIGHT POWERE7 offers maximum protection and provides a constant, stable power supply to the system.
• Internationally tested security.
• 80 PLUS® Bronze certification: STRAIGHT POWERE7 saves energy through its high energy efficiency of up to 89%. (At 230V)
• EuP-ready: STRAIGHT POWERE7 already fulfils the EU guidelines for EuP (Energy Using Products) that are scheduled to apply starting in 2010.
• Low Stand-by-energy-consumption: In stand-by mode STRAIGHT POWERE7 consumes less than 0.5 watts.
• Supports the "Energy Star 5.0" energy standard: STRAIGHT POWERE7 is suitable for use in "Energy Star"-compatible computers.
• Intel Deep Power Down C6 Status: STRAIGHT POWERE7 helps your PC system operate more power efficiently.
• Corresponds to the EU directives on WEEE and RoHS: STRAIGHT POWERE7 is an expression of the responsible behaviour being taken by be quiet! toward the more environ-mentally sustainable production of electronic devices.

Connectors:
2 x 3Pin Fan
1 x 4+4pin CPU +12V
1 x 4pin ATX 12V
2 x 4Pin Fan
5 x 4pin Molex
2 x 6+2pin PCI-E Power
1 x 6pin PCI-E Power
2 x FDD Power
6 x SATA Power
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#1
Can not find it at £41.99? Any help? Thanks
#2
Found it :D
1 Like #3
brilliant price for a decent psu .

User's review : CLICK
#4
nice heat added is this modular 2..
#5
xboxs360
nice heat added is this modular 2..

'Fraid not modular.
#6
i have a be quiet dark power pro p9 750w modular and let me tell you these psu's are top quality! not very known.. but really should be..
#7
Absolute bargain
#8
Hot got this its great when i finaly get my gtx 460card back from scan i can make sure it runs in sli but it was returned to asus so its gonna be a while.....
#9
Thank OP just ordered
#10
this will handle a couple of (not insane) gfx cards in sli/crossfire then will it?
1 Like #11
I have (had it for 3 yrs now) a top end bequiet ... even with a top spec PC under full load its as quiet as a mouse and physically cold to the touch .. very reliable (which is good as as i think you have to send it back to Germany for repair)

i had bought an equally expensive coolermaster supply before this and still use it in my backup pc ... its (as it always has been - loud and hot)
#12
Looks a good cheap deal as normal Scan price is £62.
Using a FSP 700W atm, but it's not really quiet.Might just need a good clean!
This is tempting though.
Heat added.

Edited By: stamfordblue on May 18, 2011 18:19
2 Likes #13
Rom
this will handle a couple of (not insane) gfx cards in sli/crossfire then will it?


Yes, should be fine, unless you have a crazy amount of other components. This site is really handy for checking your PSU requirements :
http://extreme.outervision.com/psucalculatorlite.jsp
#14
Is this expired now?

Direct link anyone?
#15
bungral
Is this expired now?

Direct link anyone?

todayonly page, at the bottom :)

Still there ...
#16
An 80+ PSU will often pay for itself (if you upgrading from a less efficient PSU) over it's lifetime, so really worth getting one if you have your PC on all the time.

Good article here : http://solidlystated.com/hardware/should-i-buy-80-plus-power/
#17
today only for this price
#18
If i were to get a sandybridge i7 with H chipset motherboard two HDD and a dvd would this be overkill for that system?
#19
Meathotukdeals
If i were to get a sandybridge i7 with H chipset motherboard two HDD and a dvd would this be overkill for that system?

Not really. Just because it is a 600W psu, doesn't mean you will be using more power then if you had a 500W PSU, it can just handle more. The important thing is to get a reliable, efficient PSU, and a quiet one if you can. This would be fine, and you would be hard pressed to get a better PSU for the money.
#20
djfluff
Meathotukdeals
If i were to get a sandybridge i7 with H chipset motherboard two HDD and a dvd would this be overkill for that system?
Not really. Just because it is a 600W psu, doesn't mean you will be using more power then if you had a 500W PSU, it can just handle more. The important thing is to get a reliable, efficient PSU, and a quiet one if you can. This would be fine, and you would be hard pressed to get a better PSU for the money.

Ta was just thinkin 90% eff at 600W is better than 90% eff at 400W
#21
djfluff
Yes, should be fine, unless you have a crazy amount of other components.

Tyvm :)

Meathotukdeals
If i were to get a sandybridge i7 with H chipset motherboard two HDD and a dvd would this be overkill for that system?
In a way, but this is a quality PSU, it's really cheap, as djfluff pointed out the efficiency will pay for itself in time and you're giving yourself a degree of future proofing. This deal is full of win for me. Cheers OP:)
#22
Can anyone recommend a quiet PSU that is a bit lower powered, maybe 430W?
#23
the article 7777777 posted a link to tested the PSU against this sli setup :

http://img837.imageshack.us/img837/4805/be7600w13.jpg
#24
thinking about upgrading to a 2500k, would this be more than needed?! would appreciate if anyone could shed some knowledge!
#25
So how do you use the Avforums member discount?
#26
masterchieff
thinking about upgrading to a 2500k, would this be more than needed?! would appreciate if anyone could shed some knowledge!

It depends on what your requirements are. I.E. what other components.
You probably wont need 600w, but that is just it's maximum rating, not how much power it will use.
This is a very efficient PSU, so even if your power requirements could be fulfilled by a cheap 400W psu, this will use less electricity, as it is more efficient, so would actually save you money in the long term. That make seance?
#27
Avathar77
So how do you use the Avforums member discount?


http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php

Says 14 days to qualify, but some people have said they used it same day.


Edited By: djfluff on May 18, 2011 19:35
#28
Avathar77
So how do you use the Avforums member discount?

Just found that out myself.

here you go

http://www.avforums.com/forums/scan_offer.php
#29
Oh so I have to wait 14 days it seems. Thanx for the info guys
#30
Bought it about 10 mins ago.

The PC I built my Dad's PSU blew up a few weeks ago and have been putting off buying a replacement but this will do nicely.
#31
Not the best PSUs out there, but they ARE decent! At this price.. voted hot.
#32
Well that was weird chose to pay by paypal double clicked the proceed button on Scan's site and the next page I see is Order Complete. And I wasn't logged in to paypal at the time! oO and Didn't log in to paypal once clicking Proceed!
#33
Excellent value for that price. Ok, this may not be Seasonic, but it's decent enough to warrant long problem-free service. OEM manufacturers are FSP based on original Be-Quiet design.
#34
basergorkobal
Excellent value for that price. Ok, this may not be Seasonic, but it's decent enough to warrant long problem-free service. OEM manufacturers are FSP based on original Be-Quiet design.


Just wondering what "OEM manufacturers are FSP based on original Be-Quiet design" means?. Thanks
#35
I can't believe the Antec True Power New 650W Modular PSU I got 6 months ago for £57 at Scan is now £90.
#36
This is a great deal. Unfortunately I paid ten quid more for an equivalent unit last week. HOT.
1 Like #37
roister
basergorkobal
Excellent value for that price. Ok, this may not be Seasonic, but it's decent enough to warrant long problem-free service. OEM manufacturers are FSP based on original Be-Quiet design.


Just wondering what "OEM manufacturers are FSP based on original Be-Quiet design" means?. Thanks

OEM stands for original equipment manufacturer. Most PSUs aren't sold by their OEMs. This is designed by Be Quiet but is manufactured by FSP.

Just wrt efficiency, the 89% max stated is not certified afaik; the thing to pay attention is the 80 plus bronze. I wouldn't go for this over lower power but cheaper options based on efficiency, though it may be worth it for the extra power at this price.
Great deal regardless.
#38
fantastic psu
#39
Vegeta
I can't believe the Antec True Power New 650W Modular PSU I got 6 months ago for £57 at Scan is now £90.


Agreed that Antec was very strangely reduced to around the £60 mark at most etailers 5 or 6 months ago - when I looked the price of them now I almost fell off my chair.oO
#40
Thanks TK3142 for the info

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