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CIT M-500U Micro ATX 500W PSU @ Currys £9.97 + 3%Quidco

£9.97 @ Currys
CIT M-500U Micro ATX 500W Power supply, online deal (maybe some in stores too) £9.97 so maybe limited stock as will be a clearance line. Freepost too :) Limited connectivity but decent spec for… Read More
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7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago
CIT M-500U Micro ATX 500W Power supply,
online deal (maybe some in stores too)
£9.97 so maybe limited stock as will be a clearance line.
Freepost too :)

Limited connectivity but decent spec for under £10 (£20-£30 elsewhere):
4 molex connections, so could always use an adapter if u need extra SATAs, good for basic/budget builds.

Salvage your PC from over-heating with the affordable Colors It M-500U Micro ATX 500w PSU an ultra quiet power supply unit, which incorporates a temperature control fan. Based on 25°C operation, it possesses a 50,000-hour life expectancy.

Thanks to the CiT M-500U Micro ATX 500w PSU's ATX 12V compliancy, this power unit is also suitable for a whole host of motherboards and CPUs.
* Silent PSU with Temperature Control Fan
* ATX 12V Compliant for all kinds of CPU and mainboard
* MTBF 50,000 Hours @ 25 degrees C
* Connections:
* 20+4 Pin Main Connectors: 1
* P4 4-Pin 12V Connectors: 1
* 4-Pin Molex Peripheral Connectors: 4
* SATA Connectors: 1
* Floppy Drive Connectors: 1
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#2
Only 1 SATA, not PCI-E 6Pins, pretty poor....
#3
That's cheap but recommended for very low-end,old or worthless rigs only !

http://www.aone.co.uk/ProdInfo.ASP?ProductID=2462

The spec is not impressive and decent manufacturers would not dare to rate it even as 300W.
#4
Well you can use a molex to PCI-e converter. I've got the opposite problem - my DELL PSU only has Sata connectors, you can't convert that to PCI-e using any converter
#5
ro888
Only 1 SATA, not PCI-E 6Pins, pretty poor....


Was posted as 'recommended for budget or basic builds' not for top spec PCs.

Good deal for what it is. You dont vote cold on a 1/2 price VW Polo because its not a BMW.
I thought if u voted cold it was on the price and not that there are better ones out there.
I just thought some folks might not need a high end system so for them it's a good deal.
#6
Sorry, this product is currently not available.
#7
gary_rip
Sorry, this product is currently not available.


It was 15 minutes ago cause i ordered one. Must have been VERY limited i suppose, definately showing out of stock online, maybe be the odd one in stores who knows.
#8
alfreer1;8864344
It was 15 minutes ago cause i ordered one. Must be VERY limited i suppose

Im not saying it wasnt in stock... was just posting the reason why I was expiring it.
#9
for power supplies you better get a branded decent one, you don't want it to mess up with your cpu , mb and display cards.
#10
dunno why you guys are arguing over the spec, this is a mATX PSU, not really designed for standard desktops at all.

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