Coolermaster Centurion 5 II Case with Coolermaster GX 550W PSU *Special Offer Bundle* £69.99 @ ebuyer.com (free 5 day postage) - HotUKDeals
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Coolermaster GX 550W PSU is worth £49.91 without the case

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Overview
Product Description
Another great bundle deal from Coolermaster and Ebuyer. The brand new Coolermaster Centurion 5 II case, bundled with the Coolermaster GX 550W PSU


The all new Centurion 5 II has been vastly improved from the inside. This mid-tower chassis is designed with increased drive bay capacity, more airflow thanks to the enhanced ventilation and fan options and easy-to-install features. This is a multi-purpose chassis that you cannot go wrong with.


Coolermaster Centurion 5 II Features:
Supports up to five fans and provide extreme airflow with substantial performance
Removable I/O module for flexible adjustment to your PC placement
Adapter for 2.5” / 1.8” HDD
Front 140 mm Blue LED on/off fan provides excellent cooling to HDDs
CPU retaining hole for easy CPU cooler installation
Cable management for quick cable routing and neatness
PSU bottom fan can be setup facing upwards / downwards (filter included)


Specifications

Material Body: Steel
Bezel: Aluminum, Mesh and Plastic
Dimension (W / H / D) 202 x 440 x 485 mm
8.0 x 17.3 x 19.1 inch
Weight Net Weight: 7.5 kg / 16.5 lbs
Gross Weight: 9.2 kg / 20.28 lbs
M/B Type Micro-ATX / ATX
5.25" Drive Bay 4 (without the use of exposed 3.5”drive bay)
3.5" Drive Bay 5 Hidden (one could be converted to two 2.5” /1.8“ HDD / SSD)
1 Exposed (converted from one 5.25” drive bay)
I/O Panel USB 2.0 x 2 , eSATA x 1 , MIC x 1 , Audio x 1 (supports HD / AC97 audio)
Expansion Slots 7
Cooling System
Front: 140 x 25 mm Blue LED on /off fan x 1 / 1200 RPM / 19 dBA (included)
Rear: 120 mm fan x 1 / 1200 RPM / 17 dBA (included)
Top: 120 / 140 mm fan x 1 (not included)
Side: 120 / 140 mm fan x 2 (not included)




Coolermaster GX 550W PSU Features:

The Cooler Master GX range of power supplies feature a single powerful +12V rail that has been designed to deliver more than ample power to dual graphics card systems, no matter if you use SLI or CrossFireX. On top of this you also get a wide range of other high-quality Cooler Master features which makes the Cooler Master GX range the ideal solution for your system. Designed for dual GPU systems All of the power supplies in the Cooler Master GX range have been specifically designed for dual GPU systems and the 750W model also carries SLI certification for high-end Nvidia GTX graphics cards, as it offers four PCI Express power connectors. Up to 85% efficiency All of the power supplies in the Cooler Master GX range features up to 85% power efficiency and are 80 plus rated. This means more power goes where it’s needed and less power is wasted in heat. Advanced features The Cooler Master GX series comes with a range of advanced features such as a powerful single +12V rail, huge bulk capacitors with a >17ms hold up time which means that the power supply will be able to handle peak loads better, low noise dual layer EMI filters that reduces noise in the power lines, an energy efficient dual mode Active PFC/PWM controller, an efficient transformer that reduces the 5Vsb power loss when the system is in standby mode and a wide range of protection designs that will prevent damage to the system in case of a malfunction.

Features

* Compliance with the latest Intel standard ATX 12V V 2.31

* Single 12V rail for most demanding SLI configurations

* High efficiency design that meets 80plus requirements (85% typical)

* Ultra-silent operation with intelligent 120mm fan speed control

* Multiple protection design

* High reliability

* Huge bulk capacitor for hold time up >17ms at full loading

* Integrated Active PFC with PWM

* Efficient transformer

* Five year warranty


Specification

Model RS.50-ACAAE3-UK

Type Intel Form factor ATX 12V V2.31

Dimension (W / H / D) 150*140*86 mm

Input Voltage 90-264Vac

Input Current [email protected], [email protected]

[email protected], [email protected]

Input Frequency Range 47-63Hz

PFC Active PFC

Power Good Signal 100-500ms

Hold Up Time >17ms

Efficiency 85% Typical

MTBF > 100000 Hours

Protection OVP/UVP/OPP/OTP/SCP

Output Capacity 550W/650W/750W

Max. Output Capacity 660W/780W/900W

Operation Temperature 0-40 Degrees

Regulatory TUV/CE/UL/FCC/BSMI/GOST/C-tick/CCC/KCC

Fan 120mm

Certifications 80 Plus

750W: SLI and 80 Plus

Connector 20+4 Pin MB*1

4+4 Pin CPU 12V*1

6+2 PIn PCI-e*2

SATA*6

4Pin Peripherial*3

4 Pin floppy*1
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banned 1 Like #1
wow great deal
#2
Fantastic deal when you see the price of the psu alone.
#3
Smoking hot!
#4
My brother purchased the 550w coolmaster a couple of weeks ago for £50. For this and the case for 70 quid it is a mega hot deal for me.


Edited By: VN125250 on Oct 09, 2010 09:35: .
#5
Can't seem to find hardly any pictures of this case anywhere! Only trying to see what it looks like on the inside!!
#6
http://www.gadgetfolder.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/cooler_master_centurion_5_ii_2.jpg

Good job I checked - my graphics card would never fit in there! Looks like a rubbish design considering you would expect a gamer to buy this case with a full sized graphics card. My power connectors are on the end of the card.

Hot deal considering price of case/graphics card alone elsewhere - but not a case for me. I was looking at buying the case and selling the PSU on ebay - don't think I'll bother.

Edited By: willgimmence on Oct 09, 2010 10:01: .
banned#7
willgimmence
http://www.gadgetfolder.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/cooler_master_centurion_5_ii_2.jpg

Good job I checked - my graphics card would never fit in there! Looks like a rubbish design considering you would expect a gamer to buy this case with a full sized graphics card. My power connectors are on the end of the card.

Hot deal considering price of case/graphics card alone elsewhere - but not a case for me. I was looking at buying the case and selling the PSU on ebay - don't think I'll bother.


Thats one BIG GPU in there!!!!!
#8
A GTX 460 would probably fit wouldn't it? Plus the description says Intel Form factor ATX 12V V2.31. This won't pose a problem for AM3 CPUs/MBs will it?
#9
Hmm interested in this but worried about what people are saying re the GPU, my power connector is also on the end of my card and while I've got a Centurion 2 case and it fits fine in there, it does look a cramped in the image.
#10
no worries
get your junior hacksaw and dremel out!
should fit a treat then!
#11
great deal.
couldn't be bothered anymore with graphics cards. on-board do the job for me!
#12
Superb deal. Annoyingly, Ive waited for deals like this for a month, end up buying a complete deal, then all the deals I WANTED come out into the sun !
#13
excellent heat added and as for the graphics it should fit fine the one thats in there on the picture is a huge one so most others will fit.
#14
If you got a Coolermaster 690 II and a modular power supply you'd have a much better and more flexible setup, but would have spent £40 more.
#15
any reason i couldnt combine this with this offer
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/237057

oh, and i feel like such a n00b asking.. could i use my old graphics card??
ati radeon HD4830 with the two
#16
jacthalad
any reason i couldnt combine this with this offer
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/237057


oh, and i feel like such a n00b asking.. could i use my old graphics card??
ati radeon HD4830 with the two



no it'll work... but 1 thing to think about is thats a Matx board.. (micro) so you cud get a matx case and it'll be a lot smaller...?
#17
montblanc
If you got a Coolermaster 690 II and a modular power supply you'd have a much better and more flexible setup, but would have spent £40 more.


Ah good - exactly what I opted for as a result of this thread!
#18
Excellent deal! But beware about the power supply! I was gonna buy it a month ago but I heard really bad things about it, saying that it can't deliver its rated power of 550w and that ripple is too high! I decided against buying it then. Should be good to power single cards up to gtx 460 or 5850 but not much more!
#19
cigbunt
jacthalad
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http://www.ebuyer.com/product/237057



COOL AND THE MUDDY FUNKIN GANG!! Im not worried about it being smaller, i like a bit of room to work with! ...... NOW all i have to do is confince that an almost totally new system is a good buy!! (that or wait for the late night vodka fuel credit card angel to take over hahah)

thanks for the info!
Thanks

oh, and i feel like such a n00b asking.. could i use my old graphics card??
ati radeon HD4830 with the two



no it'll work... but 1 thing to think about is thats a Matx board.. (micro) so you cud get a matx case and it'll be a lot smaller...?

cigbunt
jacthalad
any reason i couldnt combine this with this offer[url=%3Cbr%20/%3E%3Ca%20class=]
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/237057[/url]" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/237057


oh, and i feel like such a n00b asking.. could i use my old graphics card??
ati radeon HD4830 with the two



no it'll work... but 1 thing to think about is thats a Matx board.. (micro) so you cud get a matx case and it'll be a lot smaller...?
#20
Anyone know who actually makes the psu?
#21
Why is 750w mentioned ?
#22
http://www.coolermaster.com/product.php?product_id=6641

For anyone that needs more info on psu
#23
I'm looking at building a PC and wondering if this case and power supply would be suitable. The spec will be :

Intel i7 930
Asus P6X58D-E
Corsair 6GB DDR3 (3x2GB)
1TB HDD
Asus NVidea GTX 460 Graphics

Any ideas?
#24
Expired, and I was hoping to order this week :(
#25
Certifiable
I'm looking at building a PC and wondering if this case and power supply would be suitable. The spec will be :

Intel i7 930
Asus P6X58D-E
Corsair 6GB DDR3 (3x2GB)
1TB HDD
Asus NVidea GTX 460 Graphics

Any ideas?


be fine

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