Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
AeroCool Integrator Mod Xt 750W Power Supply, Semi-Modular, 80 Plus Bronze Black £62.54 at Amazon
228° Expired

AeroCool Integrator Mod Xt 750W Power Supply, Semi-Modular, 80 Plus Bronze Black £62.54 at Amazon

20
Posted 2nd May

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Great price for this given the shortages at the moment, I ordered it from the warehouse like new last week for 70 :/
Integrator MOD XT 750W Semi-Modular PSU - Aerocool's Integrator MOD XT series is the 2015 latest 80Plus Bronze certified Semi-Modular power supply The most valuable and suitable PC energy component for gamers and system integrators is featuring a 12cm thermal control silent fan clean DC quality with low ripple noise and a number of connectors with cable mesh
Community Updates

Groups

Top comments
Wouldn't trust this
Edited by: "deankdhdd" 2nd May
20 Comments
Wouldn't trust this
Edited by: "deankdhdd" 2nd May
Also available at Novotech for £51.98 with delivery options starting from £4.99.
deankdhdd02/05/2020 15:40

Wouldn't trust this


If your going to make a statement like this you need to back it up & say why?
doylie198402/05/2020 16:35

If your going to make a statement like this you need to back it up & say …If your going to make a statement like this you need to back it up & say why?


Indeed ..this brand is cheaper than others but seems to be ok... So would love to see in depth reviews. My last build I went 2nd hand on ebay but that is not easy! US youtubers get evga deals!
jameshothothot02/05/2020 17:24

Indeed ..this brand is cheaper than others but seems to be ok... So would …Indeed ..this brand is cheaper than others but seems to be ok... So would love to see in depth reviews. My last build I went 2nd hand on ebay but that is not easy! US youtubers get evga deals!


Multiple places saying this one is from HEC

If it be the 750 TB then that is on the hierarchial list as a Tier 6
This is a great power supply for the money, I picked one up as new for £50.32 from the warehouse a few weeks ago.
jameshothothot02/05/2020 17:24

Indeed ..this brand is cheaper than others but seems to be ok... So would …Indeed ..this brand is cheaper than others but seems to be ok... So would love to see in depth reviews. My last build I went 2nd hand on ebay but that is not easy! US youtubers get evga deals!



Read the 1 star reviews they are pretty damning and with 13% of the ratings being 1 star I would be wary. Personally, the one thing I never cheap out on building a PC is the PSU. Firstly, if you require a 750w PSU in 2020 that would be a high end build, so go for a known good brand such as Seasonic, etc.
blaser02/05/2020 17:50

Read the 1 star reviews they are pretty damning and with 13% of the …Read the 1 star reviews they are pretty damning and with 13% of the ratings being 1 star I would be wary. Personally, the one thing I never cheap out on building a PC is the PSU. Firstly, if you require a 750w PSU in 2020 that would be a high end build, so go for a known good brand such as Seasonic, etc.


Any other brands you recommend?
TomSz02/05/2020 18:21

Any other brands you recommend?


Corsair, be quiet, seasonic, xfx, thermaltake to name a few
deankdhdd02/05/2020 15:40

Wouldn't trust this


Nothing wrong with it you donut. Had mine for over a year now on a gaming pc. No problem at all
blaser02/05/2020 17:50

Read the 1 star reviews they are pretty damning and with 13% of the …Read the 1 star reviews they are pretty damning and with 13% of the ratings being 1 star I would be wary. Personally, the one thing I never cheap out on building a PC is the PSU. Firstly, if you require a 750w PSU in 2020 that would be a high end build, so go for a known good brand such as Seasonic, etc.


Thanks! Fakespot also has it as a D.
fakespot.com/pro…ply

Good marketing strategy to be cheaper than the pro brands but more expensive than the trash to make it look like a quality bargain.
But alas seems too good to be true.

The reviews seem for different PSUs wattage but one 500w only had 1 6+2pin which seemed a bit fishy.

even an EVGA white 500w has 2 x 6+2 pin which suggests the aerocoll brand aren't very confident about you using a beefy GPU!

from review:

Style Name: Integrator 500wPattern Name: SingleVerified Purchase
......
This PSU has the following connectors (shown on the box)
One 20+4 PIN
One 4+4 PIN
Six SATA
Three 4 PIN Molex
One PCIe 6+2 PIN
One FDD 4 PIN
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 2nd May
TomSz02/05/2020 18:21

Any other brands you recommend?


I always use things like this and go for tier 3 or 4 (each guide has different tiers but they discuss theirs below)
nb it's not just brand but also product

e.g. Tesco premium sausages vs tesco essentials sausages might have different amounts of meat

gamingscan.com/psu…hy/
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 2nd May
Aerocool are known to be garbage. They only made one good PSU and it's called Project 7. I've had one (non modular) and it felt very cheap. I suggest spending 10-15 quid more and get something from a trusted brand.
doylie198402/05/2020 16:35

If your going to make a statement like this you need to back it up & say …If your going to make a statement like this you need to back it up & say why?


As above has said

Its not even in this list of PSU's so its garbo
edd66699902/05/2020 21:41

These are garbage. This is help info for psu …These are garbage. This is help info for psu purchase:https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1116640-psu-tier-list-40/


Nothing wrong with it?
brendanb58102/05/2020 23:18

Nothing wrong with it?


Are you're entitled to that opinion. From my experience, push this anywhere near its rated output and you're not going to have a good time. Any machine that requires 750w will have had a large chunk of cash spent on it, its like buying a Ferrari and putting £20 part worns on it.
edd66699902/05/2020 23:23

Are you're entitled to that opinion. From my experience, push this …Are you're entitled to that opinion. From my experience, push this anywhere near its rated output and you're not going to have a good time. Any machine that requires 750w will have had a large chunk of cash spent on it, its like buying a Ferrari and putting £20 part worns on it.


I can agree partly with your comment. I think most systems running an average mid range gpu and cpu would not push near the 750w limit.

If you're talking super high end or extreme overclock I'd also be expecting the user to be buying a more high end PSU.

This fits perfectly for a mid range system. I'm running a ryzen 7 with an RX 580 with some slight overclocks and this has been running fine for well over a year now.

But for the price this will be satisfactory for most builds..
Trash PSU. Doesn't even rank on the PSU list on Linus forum. Google psu rankings. Look at the available modular slots. A 750w PSU should have more than enough power for 2 pcie slots not 1
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text