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Seasonic S12II-330 Bronze 330W PSU just £23.99 @ scan today only

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great price for a very good psu made by the best brand there is!!! in the PSU section of today only page. yes 330W is low, but being a seasonic, it is probably fine for much higher loads!! has … Read More
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
great price for a very good psu made by the best brand there is!!!
in the PSU section of today only page.

yes 330W is low, but being a seasonic, it is probably fine for much higher loads!! has 17A on each 12V rail which is very respectable! and says straight away that is should be able to supply over 350W easily!
probably fine for a rig up to a quad core and 6850 :O!

add something really cheap like a SATA cable to get it to £20 ex VAT and free delivery :)!

80 plus bronze
1 x 4pin ATX 12V
6 x 4pin Molex
1 x 6pin PCI-E Power
2 x FDD Power
4 x SATA Power

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/330w-seasonic-s12ii-330-bronze-80-plus-bronze-82-eff-120mm-fan

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#2
says 41.26..?
#3
u have to add it to ur basket in the today only section to get £23.99 price
#4
lucas4
u have to add it to ur basket in the today only section to get £23.99 price

ah k, thanks
#5
no problem :)!
#6
Basket is not showing "free delivery"

any help?

ps; thats with a added lead to take it over £20

Edited By: Pigbristle on Jan 14, 2011 16:18
#7
Pigbristle
Basket is not showing "free delivery"

any help?

ps; thats with a added lead to take it over £20

Someone said on another scan post that free delivery is now over £25 so try taking ur basket over £25 see if that does it. Nice PSU for a HTPC.
#8
Nope! Just took my net total to £33 & still says £7.99 for carriage?
#9
Pigbristle
Nope! Just took my net total to £33 & still says £7.99 for carriage?

Are you a member of AV forums the free delivery is tied to memebership but its free and very easy to do. No minimum post or anything.
#10
have u linked ur scan account with avforums account??
have u used their free delivery before?

i did an order for £46 yesterday and free delivery showed up even when only £36 was in my basket :|
#11
I am a member of avforum & no I have not had free delivery from Scan before.
Do I need to do anything to "tie" my memebership with Scan/
#12
Just read this!

SCAN & AVForums loyalty programme

Free delivery for AVForums members when you order from SCAN!
Loyalty Programme
Requirements of participation
* must be a registered member of AVForums for at least a week and with at least[u] 20 posts.

Obviosly, my 4 post on avforums just doesn't cut it! :o(
#13
Just did a quick check on google and it looks like they've changed it to a 20 post minimum on av forums.
#14
Nevermind, It's not like I really needed one anyhow, just thought it was a good buy to have as a spare for problem solving.
1 Like #15
Brilliant PSU for a HTPC!
banned#16
what is it?
#17
£21.59 gets you a FSP 450w PSU if you want a bit more power :)
Looks like it's £20 excl VAT will get you free delivery (AV forum members)

Edited By: stamfordblue on Jan 14, 2011 18:29: Comment added
#18
stamfordblue
£21.59 gets you a FSP 450w PSU if you want a bit more power :)

In fact you can get more for even less, but is it as good, and will it give you 87% efficiency? If you only need 300W, this is probably the best power supply you can get, and for a really good price. I am getting another one :-).
#19
ive never had much luck with FSP power supplies. They just make it past 12 months and die !!
i opt for PSU's with a longer warranty now.The antec has 30months RTB warranty
#20
In reality 300w is pretty enough to power decent system.
This PSU with 2 rails at 17 amps would be able to power my p4 3.2 + 2.5 ram + 5 hdds + hd3850+ coolers blah blah blah. p.s. for anybody who think, thank p4 is old, and +100 reasons, TDP for mine is 90 W.
#21
This PSU comes with a 3 year warranty.
#23
Vegeta
Brilliant PSU for a HTPC!


Great price for a Seasonic too!
#24
Who is going to upgrade to 330W exactly?
#25
CoenFan
Who is going to upgrade to 330W exactly?


I agree it's a better option for those looking to build a modest system using a quality PSU.
#26
mumbojumbo
CoenFan
Who is going to upgrade to 330W exactly?


Me.
It replaced a 180w unit in a HTPC. This one is a bit noisy at first though - sounds like a power drill (albeit through earmuffs :D ) - and there's palpable vibration if you place your hand on the case.


That's quite disappointing to hear. I use a Seasonic X-650 in my rig and it is completely silent, I have never heard or seen the fan even spin. Granted it cost rather more than this.
#27
HOT!

Seasonic make the best PSU's. So much so that even Corsair's extremely highly rated HX series are made by Seasonic. You can spend £20 on a cheap 500W that cannot deliver anywhere 500W or you can buy a Seasonic 330W that does what it says on the tin and will not go pop and take out half of your PC components with it.

This is a bargain for anyone building a mid-spec PC. Here is a thorough review.
#28
If you want a higher end graphics card 330w will just not do the job
#29
Great PSU, HTPC or modest PC suitable.
1 Like #30
mcintg
If you want a higher end graphics card 330w will just not do the job


Obviously. But who spends £200 on a graphics card and £20 on the power supply? Only a fool.
#31
stellar deal
#32
Will this be fine for a gts250?

Also how noisy is this?
#33
Expired now?

Link shows 41 quid.
1 Like #34
CoenFan
Who is going to upgrade to 330W exactly?


Somebody who isn't a gamer that has a crappy noisy OEM supply fitted?
#35
kawsar17
Will this be fine for a gts250?

Also how noisy is this?


Well depends on the rest of your system, mainly the cpu and if you are overclocking.


kawsar17
Expired now?

Link shows 41 quid.


No, buy off 'today only' page. :)
#36
Exactly the same deal was posted a few days ago. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seasonic-s12ii-330-bronze-330w-powe/848460#comments

That got to 79 degrees, and yet this time it's gone way hotter. What a fickle bunch you HUKD people are. :)
#37
GAVINLEWISHUKD
kawsar17
Will this be fine for a gts250?

Also how noisy is this?


Well depends on the rest of your system, mainly the cpu and if you are overclocking.

AMD Phenom quadcore 9500 2.2ghz, 2gb ram and a gts 250, Is this decent enough for gaming?


kawsar17
Expired now?

Link shows 41 quid.


No, buy off 'today only' page. :)


Can't seem to find it any help guys? Found it now, has this got all the right connections for everything?I'm a beginner in all this.

Edited By: kawsar17 on Jan 15, 2011 11:39: Found specified item
#38
kawsar17
Found it now, has this got all the right connections for everything?I'm a beginner in all this.


Yes
#39
BTW, a GTS 250 uses 230w at fgull load. That is unlikely to leave enough over for the rest of your system, although it depends what you are running I guess.
#40
GDB2222
BTW, a GTS 250 uses 230w at fgull load. That is unlikely to leave enough over for the rest of your system, although it depends what you are running I guess.

That's in Furmark, total power consumption from the socket meaning that the PSU outputs even less than that (depending on what PSU it was tested with, let's assume it was 85% efficiency unit thus just below 200W at full load). How much of this is used by other components? Probably a half.

This PSU will easily cope with Radeon 5850 and Core i7 CPU, should have no problems with any CPU on the market and a mainstream single GPU card (below £160 or so).

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