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Cooler Master GM-Series G550M 550W PSU - 80+ Bronze £35.46 + £1.48 Postage or Collect for Free! @ SCAN

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Cooler Master G550M comes with 80 Plus Bronze certified and a single +12V rail. The intelligent 120mm fan speed controller with honey combo mesh increases airflow for better heat dissipation. • Uni…
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Cooler Master G550M comes with 80 Plus Bronze certified and a single +12V rail. The intelligent 120mm fan speed controller with honey combo mesh increases airflow for better heat dissipation.

• Unique 3D circuit design offers high efficiency and improves the heat dissipation. It reduces the unnecessary cables which results in much lower crosstalk, signal noise and improves airflow
• Powerful Single +12V rail for superior load balancing and VGA compatibility. All series supports VGA up to Nvidia Titan.
• Modular cable designs for better cable management
• Custom DC-DC module design offers higher efficiency and voltage stability
• Haswell C6/C7 support & zero load operation
• 80 PLUS Bronze certified: up to 88% efficiency @ typical load

Review - http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolerMaster/G550M/
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1 Like #1
That's a good price that, as I nearly bought a 400watt PSU before Christmas for a bit more than that price. I'm glad I didn't now.
#2
Looks good. Any thoughts or experience on this vs the Silverstone ST30SF for a Haswell mitx build (no dedicated GPU)?
#3
great price.
#4
logy
Looks good. Any thoughts or experience on this vs the Silverstone ST30SF for a Haswell mitx build (no dedicated GPU)?

Id go with the Cooler Master.

550W and Modular cables. For less.
#5
£4.57 delivery should be in title.
#6
toaster
£4.57 delivery should be in title.

£1.48 for standard shipping
#7
It's been £32.39 on Today Only a number of times in the last week as I bought one for a family member.
It's Hybrid Modular not Full Modular.
The review I read suggests it's very quiet and that the efficiency is better than you'd expect from a Bronze unit especially at lower wattage levels:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolerMaster/G550M/

Edited By: Agharta on Jan 05, 2015 12:41: Review added
#8
MrCollective
toaster
£4.57 delivery should be in title.

£1.48 for standard shipping

Tried the cheapest option for standard 2-5 day shipping and it comes in at £3.33 at checkout.
#9
Agharta
It's been £32.39 on Today Only a number of times in the last week as I bought one for a family member.
It's Hybrid Modular not Full Modular.
The review I read suggests it's very quiet and that the efficiency is better than you'd expect from a Bronze unit especially at lower wattage levels:http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolerMaster/G550M/
Aye, I picked one up when it was that price last week. It's fine for the most part, but the combined PCIe cable with two connectors was extremely hard to hook up on my GTX 570, since the offshoot cable is really short and not very flexible. Bending it enough to get it into the second socket on the card almost split the sleeving.
#10
Showing as £49 now :(
#11
Bought this in September from Amazon for 47 pound
#12
Is this okay for gtx 970, i5 4th gen and 8gb ram? I don't know how much wattage thing I need
banned 1 Like #13
eloo
Is this okay for gtx 970, i5 4th gen and 8gb ram? I don't know how much wattage thing I need


Easily enough yes.
1 Like #14
eloo
Is this okay for gtx 970, i5 4th gen and 8gb ram? I don't know how much wattage thing I need

yeah you'd probably get away with 450W but I'd definitely recommend 500 or 550 to be on the safe side
2 Likes #15
wow that was cheap for a modular psu
1 Like #16
Agharta
It's been £32.39 on Today Only a number of times in the last week as I bought one for a family member.
It's Hybrid Modular not Full Modular.
The review I read suggests it's very quiet and that the efficiency is better than you'd expect from a Bronze unit especially at lower wattage levels:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolerMaster/G550M/

Missed this but hope it comes back on Today Only deals. Good spot OP btw.
#17
veedubjai
Agharta
It's been £32.39 on Today Only a number of times in the last week as I bought one for a family member.
It's Hybrid Modular not Full Modular.
The review I read suggests it's very quiet and that the efficiency is better than you'd expect from a Bronze unit especially at lower wattage levels:

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/CoolerMaster/G550M/
Missed this but hope it comes back on Today Only deals. Good spot OP btw.

T'was a bargain indeed.
#18
hugobosslives
eloo
Is this okay for gtx 970, i5 4th gen and 8gb ram? I don't know how much wattage thing I need

yeah you'd probably get away with 450W but I'd definitely recommend 500 or 550 to be on the safe side

xela333
eloo
Is this okay for gtx 970, i5 4th gen and 8gb ram? I don't know how much wattage thing I need

Easily enough yes.

many thanks :3

Edited By: eloo on Jan 05, 2015 20:15
#19
shame i missed this
#20
Mine arrived today and used it to test a problem with a system that I thought might be P/S related so only used it outside the case.
Impressed so far how quiet it is but hard to know until it's been installed in the machine I'm building for family.
For £32.39 delivered via DPD a bargain I think.
I might compare the efficiency against my PicoPSU as it seems to do well at lower loads.
#21
Nice one mate. Lucky to get one
#22
Agharta
It's been £32.39 on Today Only a number of times in the last week as I bought one for a family member.

Thanks, I'll keep an eye on that page.

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