Hiper 580W Type-M Black PSU - SLI Certified with APFC £49.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Hiper 580W Type-M Black PSU - SLI Certified with APFC £49.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer

Hiper 580W Type-M Black PSU - SLI Certified with APFC £49.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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HPU-4M580 sets a class of its own from HIPER?standard series. It?really wallet friendly. It a non-modular solution but still offers the same power output specification of the award winning Type R- 580 series, the same amount of exTender?just like Type R 580 series, not to mention the meshed body for excellent ventilation and it?SLi certified.

Nvidia SLI Certified

ATI Crossfire Certified

All PSU come with 3-Year RTB warranty

Unique user friendly modular design to reduce excess cables.
Patented design device extension cables.
Supports ATX up to v2.2 & Intel BTX configuration.
Complies with all Intel & AMD CPU specification requirement.
Gold Plated connector, preventing rust & bad connection.
High efficiency APFC (Active Power Factor Correction).
Connects up to 4 SATA HDD + 8 other component devices.
Dedicated PCI-E connector.
EZ-Grip Molex connector.

Power Train:
580Watt continuous output. (Peak Load 630 watts)
Newest ATX 2.2 with 2 x 12V connection

Includes P8 ATX12V connector for motherboards that support dual core processors

Full 1.0 mm Japanese Steel
Complete Mesh Body

Cooling System:
Active Thermal Controlled Circuitry
120 mm Long Life Fan
Power-Off Component Protection design

Power Delivery:
Aviation Type heavy duty Enamel Modular Connector (Patent Pending)
exTension Device Connection Cable(Patented Design)
UL/CE/TUV Grade Cables
Gold Plated Connector Pins.
Braided Power Cables.
EZ On/Off Connectors.
Serial ATA Connector.

Stability System:
Active Power Factor Correction.


I have this power supply, nothing wrong with it

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i have this power supply as well

just ordered my bf one as his original type r died after 3.5 yrs use he had a type r 530watt

I had use to have the Hiper Type-R version when I was new to PSU and it gave out bad odor smell. Not a good brand when your paying for this kind of price. The ones manufactured by FSP Group are alot better, OCZ use them re-branded as OCZ of course on their high end models.

I got this 580 no problems with mine either, looks like a good price. Modular design keeps cables to a minimum too. (Have had mine 8 months now and only turned my pc off twice).

I have one and it's noisy as hell - Still working though unlike my m8s which went bang
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