Novatech 750W ATX Power Supply for AMD and Intel Motherboards 20Pin + 4Pin £33.99 @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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Power
AC Input 115-230V ~ 7A 50/60Hz
DC Output +3.3V +5V +12V4 -12V +5Vsb
Max Load 36A 35A 21A 0.3A 2.0A
Max Combined Wattage 150W 530W 6.5W 12W
Total Power 750W


Connectivity
ATX 24 pin & 20 pin compatible x1
EPS/ATX12V 4 pin x1
SATA x1
4 Pin Molex Peripheral x4
Floppy x2


Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support 2 Year Warranty


Features Dedicated single +12V rail offers maximum compatibility with latest components
Quiet 120mm fan delivers excellent airflow
Load condition for less heat generation
Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection, and Short Circuit Protection provide maximum safety to your critical system components.
Extra long cables support full tower size chassis.
All power ratings indicate peak power.
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#1
Sorry to say but this is a poor PSU for a modern PC if the stats of it above are correct, it produces far too many Amps on the 3.3 and 5v rails and nowhere near enough on the 12v (21A on the 12v is very low), you would be much better off with something like http://www.ebuyer.com/product/185183. It may have half the watts but it produces 27A on the 12v which is much more important.
#2
Allways buy an 80+ PSU , it will save you money in the long run, and the planet too :)

http://www.80plus.org/images/b_calculate_f2.jpg

(this is not an 80+ Psu)
#3
Ugh. 21A on the 12v rail is terrible, that's just 250W of usable 12v power from a '750W' PSU. I have quality 350W PSUs that can do better than that!

I hope that spec is wrong, but the lack of a PCI-e power connector suggests it isn't. What a cheap, nasty pile of rubbish. Pay the extra and get a quality brand like Antec or Corsair, PSUs are not the place for penny pinching.
#4
It says +12V4 so I assume it's actually four 12V rails providing 21A each (although presumably a maximum of 530W/44A from the line below).

But yes, if you're spending enough money on a PC to actually require a 750W PSU then the extra £50 to get a nice one is a tiny increase in your budget and this isn't an area to skimp on.
#5
EndlessWaves
It says +12V4 so I assume it's actually four 12V rails providing 21A each (although presumably a maximum of 530W/44A from the line below).

But yes, if you're spending enough money on a PC to actually require a 750W PSU then the extra £50 to get a nice one is a tiny increase in your budget and this isn't an area to skimp on.


Nope its a single 12v rail. This is from the link.

Dedicated single +12V rail offers maximum compatibility with latest components
Quiet 120mm fan delivers excellent airflow
Load condition for less heat generation
Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection, and Short Circuit Protection provide maximum safety to your critical system components.
Extra long cables support full tower size chassis.
All power ratings indicate peak power.


Bold is proof its a poor PSU, as the decent PSU manufacturers use the sustainable power rather than the peak.

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