Corsair TX950W, 950 watt power supply (5 year warranty) just £99.99 @ play - HotUKDeals
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a great price for one of the best psu's on the market! about £27 cheaper than ebuyer and scan!

Guaranteed to sustain its full rated wattage at an ambient temperature of 50°C
Up to 85% energy efficiency under real-world load conditions
Single +12V rail design providing up to 78A
Multi-GPU ready
105°C solid-state capacitors
Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) with PF value of 0.99
Supports ATX12V 2.2 and EPS12V 2.91 standards. Backwards compatible with ATX12V 2.01
Auto switching circuitry for universal AC input from 90-264V
Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection and Short Circuit Protection provide complete component safety
Dimensions: 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 160mm(L)
MTBF: 100,000 hours
Industrial Components for Higher Performance
High Efficiency Circuitry Design
5-Year Warranty
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#1
You might just be able to run 2x5970s with this bad boy!
#2
Voted hot, as its a brilliant price for such a good Corsair psu
However, I'd much prefer to have a modular psu, especially when theres as many cables as this
8 PCI-e power connectors is a bit much for most!
#3
HX is my preferred choice due to it being seasonic and not CWT.
#4
mj3270
Voted hot, as its a brilliant price for such a good Corsair psuHowever, I'd much prefer to have a modular psu, especially when theres as many cables as this8 PCI-e power connectors is a bit much for most!
yep if i was buying i would prefer the modular HX aswell but for a saving of around £60 i would definately get this and put up with cable clutter, or the extra unused pcie cables is a good excuse to buy an extra graphics card :P
#5
Even though the 5 year warranty is nice, it required international postage to the Netherlands if the retailer fobs you off after one year of ownership. But that may have changed since I last searched for information about Corsair PSU's last year. So worth checking postage rates and factoring that into any saving compared to buying from a different supplier such as Scan.

I suggested Scan as certain retailers provide the full 5 year warranty direct with them (avoiding international postage rates). Only one I know of is Scan, but might be others.
#6
Arstar
Even though the 5 year warranty is nice, it required international postage to the Netherlands if the retailer fobs you off after one year of ownership. But that may have changed since I last searched for information about Corsair PSU's last year. So worth checking postage rates and factoring that into any saving compared to buying from a different supplier such as Scan.I suggested Scan as certain retailers provide the full 5 year warranty direct with them (avoiding international postage rates). Only one I know of is Scan, but might be others.
yep unfortunately corsair is also one of the companies (along with OCZ and a few others) that force us british users to ship a broken psu to netherlands :(.

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