FSP Everest 1010 Everest 1010W Modular Power Supply £88.13 @ scan today only - HotUKDeals
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Been this today only price a few times so i figured i should post it because it seems a great deal!
seems like a good PSU for £88 or a good price for a ~ 1000w decent brand PSU.
yes its pretty old but it doesnt mean it can handle the task its set :)!
free delivery via avforums or hexus.
its right at the bottom of the today only page.


• Modular cable management
• Humidity: 5-95% non-condensing
• SLI certified
• Over voltage output protection
• Short circuit output protection
• Over current output protection
• Thermal control system linked to fan
• Energy saver
• Thermal coating casing
• 100% HI.POT tested
• Quad PCI-Express power support
• MTBF: 100,000 hours @ 25c ambient
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#1
Do they actually have stock of these? ;)
#2
it looks like. they say it is delivered by monday
#3
You could power MINI with this one LOL
#4
DownHill911
You could power MINI with this one LOL


lol :D! i like that one! im going to steal it for future use :p
#5
heat added, good find
1 Like #6
Could have done with one of these to power a pair of 4870s, luckily scan saved me the cost ;)
#7
tek-monkey
Could have done with one of these to power a pair of 4870s, luckily scan saved me the cost ;)

lol! the 4870's arent that much of a power hog (at least i hope not). i've got a corsair tx650 and i was lucky enough to recieve the 4870 from scan, so im hoping they dont drain too much power! this PSU is more towards the overkill / 3 way xfire/sli guys :)
#8
Seems like a really good price, anyone know if its noisy or not?
1 Like #9
scan can kiss my bum after the 4870 flop =[
1 Like #10
I fail to see the need for a KW, My computer has five hard drives, beefy graphics card, two HD satteliite cards, xonar d2x as well as many other things, when measured on full wack it wasn't half that. Devices are much more efficient than they used to be..
#11
titanwars
I fail to see the need for a KW, My computer has five hard drives, beefy graphics card, two HD satteliite cards, xonar d2x as well as many other things, when measured on full wack it wasn't half that. Devices are much more efficient than they used to be..


+1 Would love to know the specs of anyone who actually needs this much power...

Most people that buy these probably just think they need it!
#12
Is this PSU as good quality as say a corsair or a coolmaster? Anyone know
#13
#14
VN125250
Is this PSU as good quality as say a corsair or a coolmaster? Anyone know


FSP is a very reputable manufacturer ,making PSUs for other branding companies such as Corsair,Coolermaster,OCZ and many others :)

toaster


All tests but one went smoothly, did not burn anything so it still could be a good PSU, not 1kW, though (unless it was just a bad unit)

Edited By: 7777777 on Nov 13, 2010 16:57
#15
i know this is powerfull, but is this better than my corsair 750w modular, in terms of quality?
#16
tee_tee
i know this is powerfull, but is this better than my corsair 750w modular, in terms of quality?

I bet it's just about as powerful as your PSU in real terms..

I was told never to scrimp and scrape with a power supply, which is why I wouldn't have this. It's a decent deal but 1kw is overkill for most machines these days (I have ATI 5870, i7 2.8 and 600w is more than enough)
1 Like #17
derrycityboy
titanwars
I fail to see the need for a KW, My computer has five hard drives, beefy graphics card, two HD satteliite cards, xonar d2x as well as many other things, when measured on full wack it wasn't half that. Devices are much more efficient than they used to be..


+1 Would love to know the specs of anyone who actually needs this much power...

Most people that buy these probably just think they need it!

anybody running OC'd GTX 480/580 SLI and a core i7 highly OC'd would be very smart to go for 1KW! the 480/580's take around 250-300 watt EACH!

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