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Cooler Master B Series B700 ver.2 PSU - £42.98 - Ebuyer

£42.98 @ Ebuyer
# 80 plus EU 230V certified # Silent 120mm HDB fan with intelligent fan-speed control , to enhance longevity and help reduce noise in power unit. # Green power design to meet ErP 2013 Lot6 & all new… Read More
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# 80 plus EU 230V certified
# Silent 120mm HDB fan with intelligent fan-speed control , to enhance longevity and help reduce noise in power unit.
# Green power design to meet ErP 2013 Lot6 & all new CE energy saving regulation
# Powerful +12V rail for strong resistance to any overloading
# Fully protection ( OCP/OVP/SCP/OPP ) with build-in Over Temperature Protection ( OTP )

Note: its not modular.
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#1
why cold?
1 Like #2
80 plus white isn't doing it any favours, also 700W output? Meaning it's putting out 150W of heat at that load? I really doubt the heatsinks are big enough to sustain that.
#3
some better alternatives gratefully received :)

Edited By: dt_matthews on Feb 14, 2017 10:45
banned 1 Like #4
Not even bronze rated ewwwww
#5
buy cheap buy twice
#6
CampGareth
80 plus white isn't doing it any favours, also 700W output? Meaning it's putting out 150W of heat at that load? I really doubt the heatsinks are big enough to sustain that.
Well, if it is exactly 80% efficient, that would 175W actually (700/0.80).
Can't find a review of this model in the usual PSU review database:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page364.htm
But this seems to be the one they have down as 'RS-700-ACAB-B1 (ver. 2)'. So that's CWT.
Closest one I can see reviewed is the 600W one from this Dutch site:
https://tweakers.net/productreview/111040/cooler-master-b600-ver2.html#algemenespecs
They got 82.5% at full load and had a few minuses at the end especially for the capacitors.
Even at £43 for 700W, I would rather buy a better quality 550-600W supply.
1 Like #7
dt_matthews
some better alternatives gratefully received :)
At this price it might be hard.
This is a Superflower 650W @ £43
https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Power+Supplies/Non-Modular+650W+or+less/SuperFlower+FX+650W+'80+Plus+Bronze'+Power+Supply+-+Black?productId=65815
This is a XFX (Seasonic made) 500W one at £49
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01AK9NPCA?SubscriptionId=AKIAIYZ32T5YJX5ONJ7Q&tag=geizhals-am-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=12734&creativeASIN=B01AK9NPCA

However, can't find reviews of either of them and I believe in both cases they are possible outsourced to a factory which is not the main SuperFlower or Seasonic factory. That is, the are built-down to a price


Edited By: Gkains on Feb 14, 2017 12:12
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Gkains
CampGareth
80 plus white isn't doing it any favours, also 700W output? Meaning it's putting out 150W of heat at that load? I really doubt the heatsinks are big enough to sustain that.
Well, if it is exactly 80% efficient, that would 175W actually (700/0.80).
Can't find a review of this model in the usual PSU review database:http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page364.htm
But this seems to be the one they have down as 'RS-700-ACAB-B1 (ver. 2)'. So that's CWT.
Closest one I can see reviewed is the 600W one from this Dutch site:https://tweakers.net/productreview/111040/cooler-master-b600-ver2.html#algemenespecs
They got 82.5% at full load and had a few minuses at the end especially for the capacitors.
Even at £43 for 700W, I would rather buy a better quality 550-600W supply.

The 80 Plus standards aren't actually certifications of 80% efficiency, well, they are in certain territories, here's a link:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/80_Plus#Efficiency_level_certifications

80 Plus white on 230V EU guarantees at least 82% efficiency at 100% load for example. I was using 82% then fudging it a bit.



Edited By: CampGareth on Feb 14, 2017 13:42: more correct
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Gkains
dt_matthews
some better alternatives gratefully received :)
At this price it might be hard.
This is a Superflower 650W @ £43
https://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Power+Supplies/Non-Modular+650W+or+less/SuperFlower+FX+650W+'80+Plus+Bronze'+Power+Supply+-+Black?productId=65815
This is a XFX (Seasonic made) 500W one at £49
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B01AK9NPCA?SubscriptionId=AKIAIYZ32T5YJX5ONJ7Q&tag=geizhals-am-21&linkCode=xm2&camp=2025&creative=12734&creativeASIN=B01AK9NPCA

However, can't find reviews of either of them and I believe in both cases they are possible outsourced to a factory which is not the main SuperFlower or Seasonic factory. That is, the are built-down to a price



The super flower one is a good buy
#10
Gkains
CampGareth
80 plus white isn't doing it any favours, also 700W output? Meaning it's putting out 150W of heat at that load? I really doubt the heatsinks are big enough to sustain that.
Well, if it is exactly 80% efficient, that would 175W actually (700/0.80).
Can't find a review of this model in the usual PSU review database:http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page364.htm
But this seems to be the one they have down as 'RS-700-ACAB-B1 (ver. 2)'. So that's CWT.
Closest one I can see reviewed is the 600W one from this Dutch site:https://tweakers.net/productreview/111040/cooler-master-b600-ver2.html#algemenespecs
They got 82.5% at full load and had a few minuses at the end especially for the capacitors.
Even at £43 for 700W, I would rather buy a better quality 550-600W supply.

Ideal for keeping the pizza slices warm then.

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