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Arctic Power 600W PSU - With PCI-E, 3x SATA, 20+4, ATX12V, 8pin +12V Connectors - Retail Boxed £25.00

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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
This PSU is brand new and comes with original shrink wrap still intact, only opened to check contents. Bought in error I was after a modular PSU. The PSU is piano glossy black.

This unit is £34.99 on ebuyer (http://www.ebuyer.com/product/124926...oduct_overview)

Also comes with a brand new, still sealed, 4 Link SATA Power Supply Cable for HDD from Maplins, worth £5.99 (http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?...20SATA%20Power))

The specs:

Arctic 600TD 600w PSU ATX 12V and AMD 20 4 pin 80mm fan

Features:

* Support latest Intel ATX 12v and AMD

* 24 (20 4 pin

* 6 pin power adapter for PCI express

* Support NVidia SLI Technology

* 8 (4 4) pin supports two sockes server

* Super Quiet Technology: Smart fan control function

* Over Voltage Protection (OVP)

* Over Power Protection (OPP)

* Short-Circuit Protection (SCP)

* Dual 80mm fan to maximise airflow

* 100% Hi-pot, Chroma and Burn-in function


Connectors:

Universal 24pin (20 4pin) Main ATX power

4 pin and 12V power connector x1

4 pin (for HDD, CD-ROM) x6

Floppy connector (4pin) x2

Serial ATA Power connector x3

4 pin Molex to 6 pin PCI-Express Adapter x1

4 pin Molex to 8 (4 4) pin 12V Power Adapter

Velcro Cable Tie x2

ebuyer link - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/124926/show_product_overview
maplin link - http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=98961&C=Froogle&U=98961&T=Product&MA=4%20Link%20SATA%20Power%20Supply%20Cable%20for%20HDD%20(4%20link%20SATA%20Power)
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Shipping should be around £7.00
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7y, 10m agoPosted 7 years, 10 months agoFeedback:0 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Where do you live,Dont really need it but if you are close i will buy it for a spare,
#2
Do you have a receipt for it? :thumbsup:
#3
ill offer £15 delivered ?
#5


Great I have just been on the site and...

Yes, £27.26 incl VAT + Delivery charge £12.00 = £39.26....and your point is? Didn't bother looking for the cost of the SATA cable but I am sure you will trawl the internet and come up with one.


tonyg1962 - where are you?
#6
esq3585
Do you have a receipt for it? :thumbsup:


Sorry no receipt.

scott160592 - I certainly believe in: if you don't ask you don't get but there are limits :roll:
#7
Bellerophon
Great I have just been on the site and...

Yes, £27.26 incl VAT + Delivery charge £12.00 = £39.26....and your point is? Didn't bother looking for the cost of the SATA cable but I am sure you will trawl the internet and come up with one.


tonyg1962 - where are you?


my point is £7 more than your asking price gets you a new unit with a warranty :thumbsup:

ps sata cables are only a pound or 2
#8
bellamy_47
my point is £7 more than your asking price gets you a new unit with a warranty :thumbsup:

ps sata cables are only a pound or 2


Got a link for the cables and a total price including VAT & postage please?

£7 on £39 is a decent saving in my book, not accounting for the sata cable thrown in which costs £5.99 @ Maplin or can you get a cheaper one from Maplins?
#9
Bellerophon
Got a link for the cables and a total price including VAT & postage please?

£7 on £39 is a decent saving in my book, not accounting for the sata cable thrown in which costs £5.99 @ Maplin or can you get a cheaper one from Maplins?


point is i just brought a thermaltake 470w power supply for £22.50 delivered off here which is better then this power supply
#10
west yorkshire
#11
Bellerophon
Got a link for the cables and a total price including VAT & postage please?

£7 on £39 is a decent saving in my book, not accounting for the sata cable thrown in which costs £5.99 @ Maplin or can you get a cheaper one from Maplins?


http://www.dealextreme.com/details.dx/sku.731 £1(ish) delivered
#12
scott160592
point is i just brought a thermaltake 470w power supply for £22.50 delivered off here which is better then this power supply


IYO it is. Try running an SLI setup with your PSU or even a half powerful pc setup with 470W.
#13
tonyg1962
west yorkshire


Sorry, same county but south, shame.
#14


That's an American site and the cable is not the same.
#15
Bellerophon
IYO it is. Try running an SLI setup with your PSU or even a half powerful pc setup with 470W.


well im running a quite powerfull system on a 450w cheap power supply now it only uses about 330 watts

AMD Athlon 7750 Black Edition Overclocked to 2.9Ghz With A ZeroTherm Nirvana Cooler
2GB 1066Mhz Ram
250 Sata HDD
Ide Dvd-rw
XFX 8800GS
6 80cm Fans (4 LED 2 UV LED)
3 Cathodes


and that more then a half powerful PC
#16
Bellerophon
That's an American site and the cable is not the same.


and Sata cables are next to nothing you get them free with motherboards, power supplys, cases, hard drives i have loads
#17
Bellerophon
That's an American site and the cable is not the same.

actually it's hong kong, the site is used by many posters on here including myself. price is what you pay $1.36 inc del via paypal.
scott160592
and Sata cables are next to nothing you get them free with motherboards, power supplys, cases, hard drives i have loads


I got 9 with my mobo :thumbsup:
#18
scott160592
well im running a quite powerfull system on a 450w cheap power supply now it only uses about 330 watts

AMD Athlon 7750 Black Edition Overclocked to 2.9Ghz With A ZeroTherm Nirvana Cooler
2GB 1066Mhz Ram
250 Sata HDD
Ide Dvd-rw
XFX 8800GS
6 80cm Fans

and that more then a half powerful PC


Try putting another GFX card in and see how it performs. BTW - what a low clock for the a black edition athlon, even my 5000 black edition is running stable at 3.3GHz.
#19
Bellerophon
Try putting another GFX card in and see how it performs. BTW - what a low clock for the a black edition athlon, even my 5000 black edition is running stable at 3.3GHz.


i dont plan on putting another graphics card in because i dont even game and thats why i brought a new power supply i have a cheap nasty one in atm which only delivers 120w to the 12v rail so when i get a new power supply i will have it clocked to 3.2ghz
#20
wow, can't believe how much thread spoiling is going on in this thread. This thread is for the sale of something, if you are not interested in buying then you should not be posting.

You guys have more than likely shattered any chance of me selling my psu, hope you are proud. I am not working and my disposable income for 2 weeks is £40 so thanks for that.

Mods - any comments?
#21
I've been using this power supply for the past year or so in my rig and it's been faultless so far.
The only downside is a slightly noisy fan but overall an excellent PSU for the price.
#22
Bellerophon
wow, can't believe how much thread spoiling is going on in this thread. This thread is for the sale of something, if you are not interested in buying then you should not be posting.

You guys have more than likely shattered any chance of me selling my psu, hope you are proud. I am not working and my disposable income for 2 weeks is £40 so thanks for that.

Mods - any comments?


its not thread spoiling you said i would struggle to run a half powerful computer on 470w when you could and i was interested in buying it but you price was way too high :thumbsup:
#23
Bellerophon
wow, can't believe how much thread spoiling is going on in this thread. This thread is for the sale of something, if you are not interested in buying then you should not be posting.

You guys have more than likely shattered any chance of me selling my psu, hope you are proud. I am not working and my disposable income for 2 weeks is £40 so thanks for that.

Mods - any comments?


If anybody would like to check for a recommended wattage for a power supply have a look here.

http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/

I just put my rig in and it has suggested 553W.

As already stated this PSU works perfectly.
#24
morrk
If anybody would like to check for a recommended wattage for a power supply have a look here.

http://www.thermaltake.outervision.com/

I just put my rig in and it has suggested 553W.

As already stated this PSU works perfectly.


thats what i used to check my wattage and it said 330W
1 Like #25
scott160592
thats what i used to check my wattage and it said 330W


Well my pc does make the street lights flicker when I turn it on. :thumbsup:
#26
morrk
Well my pc does make the street lights flicker when I turn it on. :thumbsup:


lol :thumbsup:
#27
scott160592
lol :thumbsup:


In all seriousness though, this is a very good PSU that is beyond the monetary value of it tbh.

I researched it a lot before buying and this that whoever buys this will be very happy with it.
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