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700W FSP700-80GLN PSU for £27.59 @ Scan (today only) usually £68.94

£27.59 @ Scan
" High efficiency 83%+ Green Low ripple & noise Output over voltage protection Short circuit protection on all outputs Resettable power shut down Internal 12 cm fan 100% burn-in under high… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
" High efficiency 83%+ Green
Low ripple & noise
Output over voltage protection
Short circuit protection on all outputs
Resettable power shut down
Internal 12 cm fan
100% burn-in under high ambient temperature (50°C)
MTBF: 100K hours at 25°C
100% Hi-pot tested
Line input fuse protection
Active PFC (Power Factor Correction) circuit
Complies with EN61000-3-2
AC input full range"

Looks like a damn good PSU for £27.59.

I believe there is also a way to get free delivery.
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#1
any reviews for this?

Hot!!
#2
Hi,
Do you need a code or something,as its showing as full price for me?
#3
I wonder why they don't list how many SATA, Berg or Molex power connectors it offers... good reduction on normal price tho
#4
chell71
Hi,
Do you need a code or something,as its showing as full price for me?


On the todayonly page http://www.scan.co.uk/TodayOnly/Index.aspx
#5
[email protected]
any reviews for this?


I could only find one.

It's powering the PC i'm posting from atm, which has had an overclocked Core 2 Quad, 6GB of RAM, 4xHDD's, 2x Optical Drives and an 8800GTX running just fine. Nice replacement for my dieing Hiper 580w Type-M.

Most cheap PSU's are **** - but FSP are a very very good name and this PSU rocks.
#7
Bought this last year for around £27 .
It's a bargain at this price.
My CPU now runs 8C cooler :)
Check out the other threads and you'll see it's a good PSU
#8
Good price, pity no connetor listing, but voted hot anyway.




Personally would say that a 700w PSu with the following connectors is a little limited.

24pin +4 pin +12V | 1 x PCI-e; 2 x SATA | 4 x 4 pin power | 1 x floppy connectors

only 1 PCI-e is forgivable as not many use multiple graphics cards but with only 2 SATA many people will be having to use converters on those 4 MOLEX connectors.
#9
Great price for a reasonable fan
#10
Found a link with connector listings

http://forums.hexus.net/scan-care-hexus/153389-700w-fsp700-80gln.html

FSP 700-80GLN

Rating (700w)
+3.3v (36A)
+5v (30A)
+12v (60A 15+15+15+15)
Max 600W (12v)
Max 155W (3.3+5v)

(approx lengths)
2x 2xSATA both @ 40cm + 15cm
2x 2xmolex + 1xFDD @ 32cm +13cm + 13cm @ 26cm +13cm +13cm
2x 1xPCIE 6 pin both @ 35cm
1x main 24 pin (not splittable down to 20 pin) @ 35cm
1x 4pin CPU @ 39cm
The leads are not modular nor mesh bound.
suspended#11
That storm PSU is junk, do not buy it please. This is a great deal, the reason why this PSU is so cheap is because its OEM and the only difference from retail is the externals. The changes are just non sheethed cables(cable tied instead) and the colour is bland silver, the retail version which is blue and sheethed calbes(i think) is £70. Its a solid and quiet power supply, very good buy aswell.

This is probably the only exception for cheap PSU's, a PSU should be 10% of your budget(generall rule) and you wont get a good 700w psu for <50 (highly unlikely anyway).
#12
For those who don't know FSP are an excellent brand. They make power supplies for many well known enterprise server sellers, which are then just re-badged. For this price it would suit a wide range of builds from the most basic to all but the extreme high-end. Voted hot.
#13
As others have said, FSP make there own PSU's unlike other brands ( I believe Corsair PSU's are actually Seasonic PSU's?)

Bargain price btw, scan is also a pretty decent company and they have also started offering PayPal as a payment type, which is big plus for some.

Voted hot.

Tim
#14
Excellent deal, cancelled my 850W NorthQ unit for this at half the price!

Heat and rep.
suspended#15
timothyw9
As others have said, FSP make there own PSU's unlike other brands ( I believe Corsair PSU's are actually Seasonic PSU's?)

Bargain price btw, scan is also a pretty decent company and they have also started offering PayPal as a payment type, which is big plus for some.

Voted hot.

Tim


Your 50% right, made by Seasonic and some are made by CWT(channel well technology,) which is why their psu are quite good as the builders are. FPS are great aswell :).

Scan is good(ebuyer/scan best tbh) but remember even the most reliable companies sell ****, e.g. Q-tech PSU on scan or EZCool or something which are incredibly ****(they blow up often and take the rest of the pc with it) so make sure you research what you buy.
#16
This obviously sounds like a stupid question, but is this really "today only", or will the offer still be on tomorrow/
suspended#17
not stupid but you mostly correct, it changes midday the following day i.e todays listing will change tomorrow between 12-2p,(depends when they get round to it, normall 1pm now).
#18
GOOD find!
The one thing no mater what spec your pc is, is to not to skimp on the psu.
good spec very nice deal..
#19
Thanks for that - will buy in the morning :)
#20
can somone advise me on this, will this constatly run at 700 watts or will it depend on the hardware ur using which affects the consumption of watts?


cheers
#21


I'm not an expert but I would not trust a 700W PSU that cost £26 the one posted is half price so its a good deal. You really need to ensure you get a good quality PSU as a bad one can wreck your system. The other thing I would ask is what spec pc will you put it in because 700w is alot of power and unless your running 2 graphics cards and aload of hard drives you won't need 700w.
#22
Hudson92
not stupid but you mostly correct, it changes midday the following day i.e todays listing will change tomorrow between 12-2p,(depends when they get round to it, normall 1pm now).


This was posted up on the Scan website under Today Only on Friday.
The date shows up on the site as 13 03 2009
Probably still be available up to around 1pm on Monday as I don't think they change it over the weekend :)

I haven't seen it as low as £27.59 for months.
It does appear frequently in Today Only deals, but it's usually £34 ish.
#23
I want to buy it!!
but its just showing up as £69, someone help me out preferably before midnight lol.
#24
abs7786
can somone advise me on this, will this constatly run at 700 watts or will it depend on the hardware ur using which affects the consumption of watts?


cheers


It'll use as much power as your components need, it won't run at 700Ws constantly. Its also pretty efficient at 83% plus, so its not going to hit you electricity bill hard.
#25
phatboy123
I want to buy it!!
but its just showing up as £69, someone help me out preferably before midnight lol.


Add it to your basket from the today only page, don't go through to the items main page.
#26
Cheers
#27
RATS - paid about 33quid for this a couple of weeks ago. No complaints so far. This is a hot hot price at 27 quid.
#28
>> This obviously sounds like a stupid question, but is this really "today only", or will the offer still
>> be on tomorrow/

bar last weekend, it's been on every weekend for the entire year, but the price varies. last year it was always ~£28, most of this year it's been ~£35, but all of those have been when it's bundled with a psu port tester which is why i still haven't bought it (really want to, but waiting til next wekend to see if it's bundled with one and retains price < £30).

as for reviews, it's generally well received by everyone who's purchased it, and...
http://www.xbitlabs.com/articles/coolers/display/psu-roundup_6.html
that's for the retail version, so it has different cable lengths, paint job, and possibly a different fan, but other than that should be identicle.
#29
got mine last year for £28.69 with the psu port tester
#30
Pretty good price for a decent PSU.
Btw, what you guys shouldn't really be looking at is the wattage but the manufacturer, efficiency, 12v ampage, cables, etc.
#31
abs7786
can somone advise me on this, will this constatly run at 700 watts or will it depend on the hardware ur using which affects the consumption of watts?


cheers


It depends on what hardware you are using and whether your PC is Idle or at full load.


Tim
#32
Just ordered

heat & rep
#33
Cracking PSU for the money, ordered one as it's always handy to have a decent spare PSU if your a system builder/repairer.
Cheers to the OP :-)
#34
will this psu work on a v2.2 motherboard ?
#35
Had to order one of these at this price. Those 12v rails look splendid and I'm liking the comments and reviews. Heat and rep added for such a great bargain.

You guys and this site have saved me a packet but I'm probably ordering more than I would, what geek can resist a tech bargain? ;-)
suspended#36
stamfordblue
This was posted up on the Scan website under Today Only on Friday.
The date shows up on the site as 13 03 2009
Probably still be available up to around 1pm on Monday as I don't think they change it over the weekend :)

I haven't seen it as low as £27.59 for months.
It does appear frequently in Today Only deals, but it's usually £34 ish.


Sorry thought it was sunday xD. Weekends its does not change hence why theres normally more items on special for the weekend, changes monday miday.
#37
Billy Bargain - ordered. Free Delivery as well through AV Forums.

Cheers!

H&R given.
#38
buckiebull;4642973
will this psu work on a v2.2 motherboard ?
If you mean ATX 2.2, then yes as it has a 24-pin power cable.
#39
Looks like a good deal, especially with free delivery.

Voted hot.
#40
Ordered :)

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