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Cooler Master B Series B700 ver.2 PSU - 700W - Ebuyer for £51.15 delivered

£51.15 @ Ebuyer
Normally £72.36 so just over £24 off, seems a good deal. Lots of good reviews here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cooler-Master-RS700-ACABB1-UK-80plus-efficiency/dp/B00MUKL0L6 Comes with a 3 year war… Read More
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Normally £72.36 so just over £24 off, seems a good deal.

Lots of good reviews here: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cooler-Master-RS700-ACABB1-UK-80plus-efficiency/dp/B00MUKL0L6

Comes with a 3 year warranty.

Never runs less than 82% efficiency and is very quiet.

OK so it is not bronze but for less than £50 try to find better for less.

Cooler Master B Series B700 ver.2 PSU Product Description:

Based on the new regulations in EU from 1st of July, the very successful B-series has been revised. A completely new circuit layout and new components make it compliant to the regulations. The biggest difference for the new B-series is that it now only has a single rail +12V DC out with a max current of 54A. This now means that all Cooler Master power supplies makes use of a single rail instead of multi rail.
• 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 )
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#1
But why does any modern PC need more than 400w? For SLI or xfire configurations. And would you want an entry level psu when you're throwing such an amount of power at it?

Cooler master make some excellent gold and top PSUs but they do not make their own PSUs. entry level is often subcontracted to inferior quality oem.
#2
voting cold. if you require 700w for your system you shouldnt be buying such a low grade psu
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uberjuba
voting cold. if you require 700w for your system you shouldnt be buying such a low grade psu


Agreed
#4
Voted cold too for the same reason.

Don't think customer reviews mean much for a PSU unless they are done by electronics hobbyists; you really want someone who can comment on the circuit design and the quality (or lack thereof in this case) of the capacitors etc.

Edited By: Gkains on Feb 25, 2017 09:39
#5
All of the negative comments on the previous deal still apply and its actually gone up in price since then:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/cooler-master-b-series-b700-ver-2-psu-42-98-ebuyer-2617957
#6
gowf
But why does any modern PC need more than 400w? For SLI or xfire configurations. And would you want an entry level psu when you're throwing such an amount of power at it?
Cooler master make some excellent gold and top PSUs but they do not make their own PSUs. entry level is often subcontracted to inferior quality oem.

Agreed as I have x2 430 watt power supplies in 2 desktops and a 350 watt psu in another desktop. All 3 machines run 24/7 without any problems over the last 2 years.
#7
gowf
But why does any modern PC need more than 400w? For SLI or xfire configurations. And would you want an entry level psu when you're throwing such an amount of power at it?
Cooler master make some excellent gold and top PSUs but they do not make their own PSUs. entry level is often subcontracted to inferior quality oem.

Because some people have systems with dozens of terabytes of disk drives which therefore eat into the PSU overhead. I'm currently running at the top end of the PSU limits within my fileserver at 430W and I'm certainly not the only one who's ditched the tv licence and gone fully digital in my media consumption.
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Astec123
gowf
But why does any modern PC need more than 400w? For SLI or xfire configurations. And would you want an entry level psu when you're throwing such an amount of power at it?
Cooler master make some excellent gold and top PSUs but they do not make their own PSUs. entry level is often subcontracted to inferior quality oem.

Because some people have systems with dozens of terabytes of disk drives which therefore eat into the PSU overhead. I'm currently running at the top end of the PSU limits within my fileserver at 430W and I'm certainly not the only one who's ditched the tv licence and gone fully digital in my media consumption.


Again the question is, if you're in need of such a high power input, are you willing to risk hundreds or likely thousands of pounds of equipment over a 50 quid psu?
#9
gowf
Astec123
gowf
But why does any modern PC need more than 400w? For SLI or xfire configurations. And would you want an entry level psu when you're throwing such an amount of power at it?
Cooler master make some excellent gold and top PSUs but they do not make their own PSUs. entry level is often subcontracted to inferior quality oem.
Because some people have systems with dozens of terabytes of disk drives which therefore eat into the PSU overhead. I'm currently running at the top end of the PSU limits within my fileserver at 430W and I'm certainly not the only one who's ditched the tv licence and gone fully digital in my media consumption.
Again the question is, if you're in need of such a high power input, are you willing to risk hundreds or likely thousands of pounds of equipment over a 50 quid psu?

No but you asked two questions and I answered the first as there are quite a few people in situations like me who have quite a lot of drives in file server type setups.

But why does any modern PC need more than 400w
#10
Astec123
gowf
Astec123
gowf
But why does any modern PC need more than 400w? For SLI or xfire configurations. And would you want an entry level psu when you're throwing such an amount of power at it?
Cooler master make some excellent gold and top PSUs but they do not make their own PSUs. entry level is often subcontracted to inferior quality oem.
Because some people have systems with dozens of terabytes of disk drives which therefore eat into the PSU overhead. I'm currently running at the top end of the PSU limits within my fileserver at 430W and I'm certainly not the only one who's ditched the tv licence and gone fully digital in my media consumption.
Again the question is, if you're in need of such a high power input, are you willing to risk hundreds or likely thousands of pounds of equipment over a 50 quid psu?

No but you asked two questions and I answered the first as there are quite a few people in situations like me who have quite a lot of drives in file server type setups.

But why does any modern PC need more than 400w


The question was rhetorical. The real point which multiple users have identified is that if you're using a lot of energy it's because you have multiple parts and they are often expensive or important, why use a cheap PSU? It's the one thing you don't skimp on.

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