Aerocool Integrator MOD XT 750W Modular 80+ Bronze PSU on Amazon.co.uk for £53.68 shipped
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Aerocool Integrator MOD XT 750W Modular 80+ Bronze PSU on Amazon.co.uk for £53.68 shipped

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Found 8th Sep 2015
Sold by AeroCool on Amazon & fulfilled by Amazon ( not sure if this should be correct )... Link below for more detailed look at specifications...

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Features
• Semi-modular PSU - Semi-modular PSU, use only the cables you need, aiding in cable management.
• Mesh sleeving cables - All direct DC cables have mesh sleeving, and the flat modular cables help reduce interference to airflow.
• INTEL® ATX12V Ver.2.4 - Compliant with latest INTEL® ATX12V Ver.2.4 design guide.
• Support HASWELL CPU - Supports the latest INTEL® 4th generation “HASWELL” CPU with C6/C7 power saving mode.
• 80Plus Bronze - Up to 85% efficiency with official 80Plus Bronze certification.
• Powerful single 12V - Single 12V rail for high compatibility and extreme high current output.
• Low ripple noise - Clean and pure DC output quality with low ripple noise.
• Long cable length - 20+4P cable length up to 600mm and CPU 4+4P to 650mm - easy reach to all components.
• Four PCIe connectors - 4 PCIe 6+2pin connectors for high-end graphic card.
• Eight SATA connectors - Up to 8 SATA connectors supports multiple of hard drives
• Smart speed control 12cm fan - 12cm silent cooling fan with smart thermal fan speed control circuit.
• Safety and EMC - Safety and EMC certified by CE, CB and TUV.
• Latest ErP 2013 - ECO friendly with Active PFC, RoHS and ErP 2013.
• Fully protection circuit - Complete protections with OVP/UVP/OPP/SCP/SIP.
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"Sold by AeroCool on Amazon"
NO, sold by Amazon
PSU tier listing

I find that this link helps in terms of ranking the quality of the PSU, Aerocool is generally tier 4, the following PSU the integrator has not yet been professionally reviewed so is not tiered.
not a bad deal, I wouldn't worry about the PSU tier listing, had a 'dangerous, this will kill you' for years, and it is still giving out a safe steady current.
great if you are looking for a powerful PSU on a budget
Don't buy if you don't want a dead PC. This isn't even cheap, you can get far better, far more reliable supplies for around the same price.
Does anybody else think that PSU's have become more reliable and generic in the last few years? My CIT, "I wouldn't power my kids Tamagotchi with that" has been going for 4 years, is quiet and hasn't blown up and ruined my system. Neither has anybody elses I know, though I have heard of several just failing, all in cheap ready built systems, not in home builts in my experience.
feygor

not a bad deal, I wouldn't worry about the PSU tier listing, had a … not a bad deal, I wouldn't worry about the PSU tier listing, had a 'dangerous, this will kill you' for years, and it is still giving out a safe steady current.great if you are looking for a powerful PSU on a budget



Wow, this anecdotal evidence with a whopping sample size of 1 has completely changed my views on gutless wonder PSUs. Sod my corsair ax760, I'm going to power my £1000 system using the latest junk to roll out the CiT factory.

NO NO NO

Never cheap out on your power supply. They put far greater strain on your components and home's electrics, can cause system instability plus are far more likely to explode and take your parts with it.
Cheap brand, never ever cheap out on a PSU!
So you spend over a 1k on components and so you need a 750w psu and instead of using a renowned brand you skimp on some trash. Dumbfounded
patg2005

Does anybody else think that PSU's have become more reliable and generic … Does anybody else think that PSU's have become more reliable and generic in the last few years? My CIT, "I wouldn't power my kids Tamagotchi with that" has been going for 4 years, is quiet and hasn't blown up and ruined my system. Neither has anybody elses I know, though I have heard of several just failing, all in cheap ready built systems, not in home builts in my experience.


CE standards and enforcement has become more strict, so yes, even poor psus have become safer. As a side effect they've become somewhat better quality. Instead of blowing up they're more likely to spend months causing mystery errors before dying, usually the first time anyone remembers they saved a few quid on a cheap pos.

Dont cheap out on the psu. You can tweak most other components for reliability but not the psu.
£50 at CCL, but I'll pass due to unknow brand with no review / details
Optimus_Toaster

Wow, this anecdotal evidence with a whopping sample size of 1 has … Wow, this anecdotal evidence with a whopping sample size of 1 has completely changed my views on gutless wonder PSUs. Sod my corsair ax760, I'm going to power my £1000 system using the latest junk to roll out the CiT factory. NO NO NONever cheap out on your power supply. They put far greater strain on your components and home's electrics, can cause system instability plus are far more likely to explode and take your parts with it.


Fine to have that point of view, but I have to say you don't even provide an anecdote, just an opinion......
billyc74

Don't buy if you don't want a dead PC. This isn't even cheap, you can get … Don't buy if you don't want a dead PC. This isn't even cheap, you can get far better, far more reliable supplies for around the same price.

If you can find another 750w 80+ Bronze PSU for the same price point, then I'll eat my words!..
patg2005

Fine to have that point of view, but I have to say you don't even provide … Fine to have that point of view, but I have to say you don't even provide an anecdote, just an opinion......



Anecdotal evidence isn't evidence. Investing in a good psu isn't an opinion.
trueno2k

If you can find another 750w 80+ Bronze PSU for the same price point, … If you can find another 750w 80+ Bronze PSU for the same price point, then I'll eat my words!..



Why are you powering 750W of hardware with £50?
Optimus_Toaster

Why are you powering 750W of hardware with £50?


Likely to have blown budget on a £500 gpu
Edited by: "aceshigh" 9th Sep 2015
trueno2k

If you can find another 750w 80+ Bronze PSU for the same price point, … If you can find another 750w 80+ Bronze PSU for the same price point, then I'll eat my words!..



I had a look and found both the XFX TS 750W and the EVGA SUPERNOVA 750B2 for under £65. These are made by seasonic and superflower respectively, which should tell you all you need to know.
Optimus_Toaster

Anecdotal evidence isn't evidence. Investing in a good psu isn't an … Anecdotal evidence isn't evidence. Investing in a good psu isn't an opinion.


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