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Seasonic Focus Plus+ 850 Watt Platinum Modular PSU/Power Supply - £119.99 @ Scan + £4.57 Postage (Possible Free postage)
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Seasonic Focus Plus+ 850 Watt Platinum Modular PSU/Power Supply - £119.99 @ Scan + £4.57 Postage (Possible Free postage)

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Posted 14th Jul

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Feature Summary
  • 80 PLUS® Platinum certified
  • Compact Size - 140 mm deep
  • Tight Voltage Regulation
  • Cable-free Connection Design

  • S3FC - Fanless until 30 % load
  • Multi-GPU setup
  • Gold plated connectors
  • 10 years warranty

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Can't fault seasonic
Have Seasonic X-760 Gold since 2012, still working great. Quality PSUs!
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Beast of a psu!
I went onto seasonic website and did the calculator thing and i thought a 750w would do which it would but it recomended me a 850w which i was supprised at, I read that you'd want the psu to run at approx 60-70% for max efficiency so maybe thats maybe why they recomended a higher watt psu

what do you think ?

also you can get the Prime Ultra Gold 750w gold for the same price as this, seasonic seem to have a lot of overlap in the product line
Edited by: "meridiusuk" 14th Jul
meridiusuk14/07/2019 10:45

I went onto seasonic website and did the calculator thing and i thought a …I went onto seasonic website and did the calculator thing and i thought a 750w would do which it would but it recomended me a 850w which i was supprised at, I read that you'd want the psu to run at approx 60-70% for max efficiency so maybe thats maybe why they recomended a higher watt psu what do you think ?also you can get the Prime Ultra Gold 750w gold for the same price as this, seasonic seem to have a lot of overlap in the product line


Normally PSU calculators way over spec the needed PSU. What are your PC specs?
still looking on stuff for my new build but prob be

Vega 56 which I have
ryzen 3900
x470 or x570 board
32 gig ram
3 to 4 ssd hard drives
about 5 to 6 usb 3 devices
bluray drive
4 to 5 case fans

I had to put ryzen 7 2700x in as there is no ryzen 3900 and I put the voltage up to 1,45 for the cpu
on seasonic website it says something like


Results:Load Wattage: 606 W
Recommended PSU Wattage: 656 W
Recommended Power Supply:38061984.jpgSeasonic SSR-850TD Prime 850 W Titanium 80 Plus
Edited by: "meridiusuk" 14th Jul
meridiusuk14/07/2019 11:21

still looking on stuff for my new build but prob beVega 56 which I …still looking on stuff for my new build but prob beVega 56 which I haveryzen 3900x470 or x570 board32 gig ram3 to 4 ssd hard drives about 5 to 6 usb 3 devicesbluray drive4 to 5 case fans I had to put ryzen 7 2700x in as there is no ryzen 3900 and I put the voltage up to 1,45 for the cpu on seasonic website it says something like Results:Load Wattage: 606 WRecommended PSU Wattage: 656 WRecommended Power Supply:[Image] Seasonic SSR-850TD Prime 850 W Titanium 80 Plus


Unless you are doing some insane overclocking with the V56 (which is possible with power table mods) I reckon you'd struggle to overload a 450W unit. Of course I'd recommend something with a nice amount of headroom say 550W-650W. Seasonic Focus Plus Gold, Antec HCG Gold are very very very good units and come with a 10 year warranty. Have a shop around and read a review before buying.

FWIW the PSU calculator said i need a 593W unit whereas I draw about 400W from the wall whilst gaming (350W supplied) and the max it's ever drawn is 480W (430W supplied).
would it matter if I went over the top ? the price of this one is the same price as the 750w

focus Plus platinum 850w £120
focus Plus platinum 750w £120
PRIME Ultra Gold 750W £120
Edited by: "meridiusuk" 14th Jul
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