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800W Storm Computer Power Supply Unit (PSU) only £31.04 shipped at Scan! (With free AV Forum del.)
800W Storm Computer Power Supply Unit (PSU) only £31.04 shipped at Scan! (With free AV Forum del.)

800W Storm Computer Power Supply Unit (PSU) only £31.04 shipped at Scan! (With free AV Forum del.)

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Never used this brand before so not sure about sound and efficiency, but bargain basement price!

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Introducing Storm power supply. PSU units with 120mm fan, SATA and PCI support for Dual Core systems. Super silent Fan operation with noise level
Super silent 120mm fan +12V Technology | Version 2.0 PSU

Features:

24pin ready 6 pin PCII ready Sata ready
UK Power Plug included
120mm fan for quiet PC
Shielded cables for better airflow and cable management
Larger fan exhaust bigger volume of air
Rear on/off power down button
Over voltage and circuit protection +3.3,+5V,+12V
100% burn in and hipot tested, short circuit protection
CE/FCC/UL approved
EMI filter built in
Color Retail boxed
For Socket 775; AM2; and all backward compatible CPU?
ROHS Compliant
Dimensions 150 x140 x 86mm

9 Comments

Looks like a good deal, I'll give it a shot.

If it's lousy, it can replace the 400w in the kid's PC!

Anyone had any experience with these?

I hear that cheaper power supplies could fry the rest of your components.

Anyone voting cold for a particuar reason, or just because it's not branded??

My mate bought one of these about 3 weeks ago. blew the feck oot of his system and fired the Processor out of its socket. If you look closely above Edinburgh you can see on a clear night an AMD 4200 Socket 939 orbiting.

Pretty Pash make also.. Barge pole touch would not !.. Stick with Branded ones aleast you get some Guarantees

Hosain H;5249760

Anyone had any experience with these?I hear that cheaper power supplies … Anyone had any experience with these?I hear that cheaper power supplies could fry the rest of your components.



yes they can. and no i havent had any experience nor have i heard any1 using them. id rather go for brands like antec.

edit: however it does depend what you got in the pc. if u have a low end basic pc then it may be fine as the components of cheap pcs wont cost an arm and a leg to replace. if you have a high end gaming pc with expensive hardware. i wouldnt buy this thinking ur going to save a few pounds, since u might damage your components after long periods of use even if u dont realise it will effect the life of your components if your psu is not supplying enough wattage. if you use the psu to lets say 700-800w it may fry/explode depending on the qaulity of the psu.

stay away from this rubbish, do not waste your time and money.
I can bet the 800W is only peak power and the rails are pretty weak.Sorry OP but cold this time.

Computerman;5250305

eh its £16.09 on today only page!!!!!!!



Think you've looked at the 500w instead.

zygo;5250704

Think you've looked at the 500w instead.


yeah your right sry.

Original Poster

Fair enough, sounds like a bit of a dud then...
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