EZCOOL 600W GAMING PSU with PCI-E, SLI & 2 x SATA £28.33 after Google Checkout
EZCOOL 600W GAMING PSU with PCI-E, SLI & 2 x SATA £28.33 after Google Checkout

EZCOOL 600W GAMING PSU with PCI-E, SLI & 2 x SATA £28.33 after Google Checkout

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600W Ez Cool Gaming PSU

Supports 24 pin eATX 775 mainboards

2 x SATA
6 Pin PCI-e
SLI Ready
Dual +12V rail Supports 24 pin eATX 775 mainboards
1 x 120mm low noise fan

Retail Boxed

Special Skew Aluminium heatsink

More Information:

The Infinity was brought in to realise the powerful demands of todays technology by providing superior tri-side airflow. By opening up the ventilation three sides maximum cooling and airflow is afforded around the PSU and surrounding components. The honey comb air vents offer best thermal performance design over alternative methods.

Compatible for Intel P4 and AMD/ XP , meets Intel v.2.2- Enhanced +12V for PIV 1 x 120mm Ball bearing fan and noise killer for quiet PC exhausts larger volume of hot air Super silent operation with Intelligent Fan Speed Control230V, rear power on/off, power down Nylon Sleeve Shielded CablesOver voltage and circuit protection +3.3v,+12V,+12V 100% burn in and Hi pot tested CE/TUV/FCC/UL approval


Had one of these in a PC for a couple of years and then it failed. IMHO you'd be better with paying slightly more for a better brand, no point risking your system with a cheap PSU.

Echoing what Tickedon said, the PSU is one area you really don't want to skimp on, if building your own PC. If it goes, it tends to take most of the PC with it, so spend £40+ on a decent named PSU and safeguard your investment.

I think using this would be fine in a standard web-surfing, office user computer, though I wouldn't trust them on using this for hardcore gaming. Cheap PSU's say "600W" when they can barely get to 200W under stress before dying. Anything less than £40 and 430W should be avoided. Seasonic, Antec, Enermax Liberty, Fortron (FSP Group), OCZ, PC Power & Cooling, Silverstone Tagan, Cooler Master, Enermax, Thermaltake, Corsair are the brands to be looking at.
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