Fractal Design Integra R2 500W, 80+ Bronze £29.04 (£33.99 with delivery) @ Wildarc.co.uk
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Fractal Design Integra R2 500W, 80+ Bronze £29.04 (£33.99 with delivery) @ Wildarc.co.uk

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Found 4th Jul 2015
Fractal Design Integra R2 Series power supply units (PSUs) provide stable power at an entry-level price. The Integra R2 is a great choice for medium-performance gaming computers and workstations.
The visual appearance of Integra R2 Series PSUs is proof of Fractal Design’s commitment to providing innovative computer components infused with stylish, elegant, contemporary Scandinavian design.
The key features
- 80PLUS® Bronze.
- Silent, temperature controlled fan.
- Impressive protection suite.
- Extremely compact case.
80 PLUS® Bronze certified efficiency
Integra R2 PSUs meet the 80 PLUS® Bronze specification for providing power with an efficiency that is typical of PSUS with much higher price points. Additionally, because Integra R2 PSUs generate less heat, they provide power at lower fan speeds, which results in reduced noise levels.
Excellent Electrical Performance
Fractal Design Integra R2 Series PSUs feature excellent DC voltage regulation and ripple suppression: they can deliver their full-rated wattage continuously even with an intake temperature as high as 40°C.
Compliant with the latest standards
Integra R2 PSUs are compliant with the latest PC PSU standard: ATX12V 2.31.
Extremely short 140 mm case
Integra R2 PSUs are only 140mm long, which accommodates the smallest ATX-compatible computer cases on the market.
Silent, temperature-controlled 120mm fan
Generally, larger fans move more air with less noise than smaller fans: Integra R2 Series PSUs are equipped with a large, low speed, temperature controlled 120mm fan, which keeps noise level down.
Extra-long ATX12V cable
Integra R2 PSUs are equipped with a 650mm long 12V ("P4") connector cable, which accommodates bottom-mounted-PSU computer cases.
Computer protection
Integra R2 PSUs feature an impressive suit of computer protection, including: Over Power Protection, Over Voltage Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Under Voltage Protection and Over Current Protection.

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19 Comments

Integra type R? Should be good then

I was expecting a car.

Good price.

I have the 750w version of this PSU and its a rock solid piece of kit and this one would be great for a lot of people.

never heard of wildarc, anybody used them before?

sorry, what is this product?

39wizball

sorry, what is this product?


It's a power supply for a computer

Hot as a vindaloo

Same level as CX, won't be going in any of my PCs no matter how cheap it is. For PSUs, don't compromise. Choose optimax

I have a Tagan been rock solid

AliveGhost13

Same level as CX, won't be going in any of my PCs no matter how cheap it … Same level as CX, won't be going in any of my PCs no matter how cheap it is. For PSUs, don't compromise. Choose optimax



What? who are they? the R2 750W gets good reviews made by HEC, as is this, just no reviews on it,well one gives it a good score.

AliveGhost13

Same level as CX, won't be going in any of my PCs no matter how cheap it … Same level as CX, won't be going in any of my PCs no matter how cheap it is. For PSUs, don't compromise. Choose optimax



CiT make good ones too.

AliveGhost13

Same level as CX, won't be going in any of my PCs no matter how cheap it … Same level as CX, won't be going in any of my PCs no matter how cheap it is. For PSUs, don't compromise. Choose optimax



You are kidding, right? I tried my best to find out anything I could about Optimax and came up with nothing but more people questioning who they are. Likely meaning of that? Cheap, Chinese made generic crap with an unknown brand sticker on it. Out of interest if you have one of these, could you post what the amp distribution is on each rail?

This unit reviews all say the same - within the necessary tolerances but hardly industry leading, which is to be expected from something at this price point. A decent unit for a budget build, unlike what you are suggesting

Retify

You are kidding, right? I tried my best to find out anything I could … You are kidding, right? I tried my best to find out anything I could about Optimax and came up with nothing but more people questioning who they are. Likely meaning of that? Cheap, Chinese made generic crap with an unknown brand sticker on it. Out of interest if you have one of these, could you post what the amp distribution is on each rail?This unit reviews all say the same - within the necessary tolerances but hardly industry leading, which is to be expected from something at this price point. A decent unit for a budget build, unlike what you are suggesting



You seem passionate about PSUs. Can you recommend me a nice one for a small PC. Won't be playing games, just reading Hot UK Deals and 50 Shades of Grey forums.

This isn't modular is it?

I meant the optimax as a joke from the TV advert

Seasonic is the big daddy of PSUs if I remember correctly.
Edited by: "Present" 5th Jul 2015

AliveGhost13

I meant the optimax as a joke from the TV advert



I don't watch TV which would explain why the joke went over my head :p. You did coincidentally choose an actual PSU brand though

Present

Seasonic is the big daddy of PSUs if I remember correctly.



Basically any "higher end" unit will be decent, the old adage you get what you pay for applies. SeaSonic make some solid units, but are not the only player by any means, and aren't the only ones selling SeaSonic units since they are the OEM for a lot of other "manufacturers". Channel Well, Super Flower, Andyson, HEC, Enermax, to name a few, all make some excellent power supplies as well, you just have to not skimp to get a good piece of hardware

Too many folks buy some nice components only to go for a dirty cheap PSU. They fail to realise the potential dangers of using cheap units less the fact the advertised wattages are anything but.
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