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Seasonic 450 Watt FOCUS Gold Semi Modular ATX PSU/Power Supply £49.99 delivered @ Scan
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Seasonic 450 Watt FOCUS Gold Semi Modular ATX PSU/Power Supply £49.99 delivered @ Scan

£49.99£7937%Scan Deals
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Posted 29th Nov 2019

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High quality and performance, Tier A (High-end) PSU low priced.

3350834.jpgFeatures
• High Efficiency, 80 PLUS® Gold Certified.
• Semi-Modular.
• Compact Size (140 mm).
• 120 mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) Fan.
• Smart and Silent Fan Control [S2FC].
• Conductive Polymer Aluminium Solid Capacitors.
• Highly Reliable Japanese 105 °C Aluminium Electrolytic Capacitors.
• Tight Voltage Regulation (12 V, 5 V and 3.3 V) [± 3%].
• Active Power Factor Correction up to 99 %.
• Ample +12 V Output.
• DC to DC Converter Design.
• Gold Plated High Current Terminals (MB, CPU & PCIe).
• Multi-GPU Technology Support.
• 7 Years Warranty.
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12 Comments
Great deal
Nice deal, but why do you need a 450w gold psu. Wouldn't bronze do the job?
deankdhdd29/11/2019 20:10

Nice deal, but why do you need a 450w gold psu. Wouldn't bronze do the job?


It’s only efficiency of its rated power
deankdhdd29/11/2019 20:10

Nice deal, but why do you need a 450w gold psu. Wouldn't bronze do the job?


It’s more efficient and this model is very good quality which is just as important as wattage rating.
Good quality PSU that will last you a long time, 7 years warranty.
Now wait for the 650W or 750W model :P
Spot on - thanks. Building a PC for my daughter for Xmas and this is just what I need.

Bought Seasonic before - got a fault after 4 years (these things happen) - got it replaced with no fuss, so I trust their warranty.
Edited by: "notnowcraig" 29th Nov 2019
Superb
D Tier PSU.
scan.co.uk/pro…psu

Just spotted this looks like an incredible deal.
Hmmm. 450w is just a touch too low for future proofing.

550-650w would be the range to get so that you're covered for expansion, upgrades and future builds.
With pressure for the environment won't future PCs be more energy efficient?
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