680w G7 Power Extreme ATX PSU was £49.99 now £29.99 @ Maplin - HotUKDeals
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Looks quite good for the price one limitation is you may need a few cable splitters and/or adapters to suit your needs as the list of connectors is a little short.

High efficency 680w Power supply
Supports the latest specifications of ATX12V & EPS12V
Supports systems with multi-core CPU and GPU technologies
High efficiency = better power consumption and less heat generated
Compliance with Energy Star with <1W standby power
Features Super Silent & Ultra Cool thermal-control with 12cm cooling fan
Extremely low noise (< 20dBA)
Passive PFC
Triple/Quadruple +12V outputs provide the highest level of stability and safety
Independent output circuitry for each voltage output, overcomes the limitations of traditional combined output design
Over Voltage Protection (OVP)
Over Power Protection (OPP)
Short Circuit Protection(SCP)
Under Voltage Protection(UVP)
Universal 24pin(20+4pin) Main ATX Power Connector x 1
4 Pin+12V Power Connector x 1
4 Pin (for HDD, CD-ROM..etc) x 3
Floppy Connector (4Pin) x 1
Serial ATA Power Connector x 1
4 Pin Molex to serial ATA Adaptor x 1
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#1
Does it come with a free smoke detector?
#2
knowing the quality of maplin products this will fail within a week and maplin wont refund you either
#4
Your link goes to batteries lol, Proper Link Here good deal.
#5
Agharta;7936674
Does it come with a free smoke detector?



Lol. I wouldn't even trust my fans on this.
#6
If you need 680W, you must be building a relatively high spec. machine.

First rule of building a high spec. ,machine.... don't skimp on the PSU, it will come back and bite you in the ass.

No mention of what the Ampage is on the +12V rail? (presuming it has only one rail)
#7
MBeeching
Lol. I wouldn't even trust my fans on this.

I wouldn't waste a fuse on this.
#8
TehJumpingJawa;7936966
No mention of what the Ampage is on the +12V rail? (presuming it has only one rail)


No 8pin/6pin PCI-E either
#9
I was actually looking at this when it was £50 quid... It's just so tempting to buy one of these because of the price... If you want reliability on this wattage you need to spend another £40!

... does anyone have anything good to say about this PSU or am I going to have to fork out on a Corsair?
#10
Frukoz;7937613
... does anyone have anything good to say about this PSU or am I going to have to fork out on a Corsair?


I would go with a branded backed by a solid guarantee.
Keep an eye on Scan deal of the day: http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/Index.aspx
or use Skinflint to hunt one down: http://skinflint.co.uk/?cat=gehps

What components are you intending to run off it?
#11
like all Maplin stuff, if the manufacturer of the product is not stated or obvious and there is no link to a website to look up the true spec .. then AVOID
#12
I was in there today and they tried to sell me this. I asked if they had a modular psu (£39.99 for 500w in the catalogue) he said no but they had a good psu for sale...he showed me this.... He may aswell have showed me a remote control helicopter as it would have been just as relevant.
#13
MBeeching
I would go with a branded backed by a solid guarantee.
Keep an eye on Scan deal of the day: http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/Index.aspx
or use Skinflint to hunt one down: http://skinflint.co.uk/?cat=gehps

What components are you intending to run off it?


Nothing too fancy... i5 750 + 2 HDDs + 1CD/DVD + Radeon HD 5770 + 2x2GB of 1333mhz
But want room to add another optical drive and HDD and ram at some point.

Im thinking either the Corsair TX 650W which has so much good rep but is about as expensive as it's ever been atm.

...or the OCZ Stealth XStream 600W which would save me about £15-£20...

What would you recommend?
#14
Frukoz;7938993
Im thinking either the Corsair TX 650W which has so much good rep but is about as expensive as it's ever been atm.

...or the OCZ Stealth XStream 600W which would save me about £15-£20...

What would you recommend?



Probably the Corsair TX650W :thumbsup:

That was my choice until I lost my marbles and splashed out on a Seasonic X-650. I'm extremely pleased with it though.
#15
I bought the TX 650 just before christmas it's absolutely flawless.

(currently running - 4xhdd, 2xoptical, amd phenom 9950 black edition, 4gb ddr2 800mhz and ati hd4850 1gb).

Spend the money - I paid £69.99 at Novatech.

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