Seasonic Platinum Fanless Series 400W Modular PSU - £106.34 Delivered @ cclonline
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Seasonic Platinum Fanless Series 400W Modular PSU - £106.34 Delivered @ cclonline

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Found 17th FebEdited by:"masai"
Seasonic Patented DC Connector Panel with Integrated Voltage Regulation ModuleSeasonic’s

Patented Fully Modular Design while minimizing voltage drops and

impedance, it greatly maximizes efficiency and cooling to enhance

overall performance and reliability.

80+ PlatinumThe

Platinum Series, certified in accordance to the 80PLUS highest

standards, offers the newest technology and innovation for performance

and energy savings with up to 92% efficiency and a true power factor of

greater than 0.9PF.


Main Features:
  • 1. 80PLUS© Platinum Certified Super High Efficiency
  • 2. Full Modular Cabling Design
  • 3. Fanless- 0dBA
  • 4. Patented DC Connector Module with Integrated VRM [Voltage Regulator Module]
  • 5. DC to DC Converter Design
  • 6. Conductive Polymer Aluminum Solid Capacitors
  • 7. Highly Reliable 105øC Japanese Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors
  • 8. Tight Voltage Regulation [ñ2%]
  • 9. Active Power Factor Correction [99% PF Typical]
  • 10. High +12V Output
  • 11. Gold Plated High Current Terminals
  • 12. Dual Sided PCB Layout
  • 13. Ultra Ventilation [Honeycomb Structure]
  • 14. Multi-GPU Technology Support
  • 15. All-in-One DC Cabling Design
  • 16. Easy Swap Connector
  • 17. Universal AC Input [Full Range]
  • 18. 7 Years Warranty
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400w.. £106... That's a bit much for 400w
Utterly nutty money for a 400watt PSU IMHO, for this price I'd expect the entire thing to be made of platinum.

You don't need to spend anything approaching this for a decent PSU.

I know it's fanless but unless the rest of your system is too it isn't going to help much with noise. Plus many modern PSUs keep the fan off below a certain loading so you could be better going for a higher wattage unit that doesn't have to work so hard....
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I was sold on the “Highly Reliable 105øC Japanese Aluminum Electrolytic Capacitors“

Seriously though iv’e had great experience with Seasonic PSU’s in the past and the 7 year warranty is handy. Last time I had a problem with with one the whole process was painlesss.

Appreciate not a deal for everyone but its the cheapest its been in a while and worth it IMO.
ST312316 m ago

Utterly nutty money for a 400watt PSU IMHO, for this price I'd expect the …Utterly nutty money for a 400watt PSU IMHO, for this price I'd expect the entire thing to be made of platinum. You don't need to spend anything approaching this for a decent PSU. I know it's fanless but unless the rest of your system is too it isn't going to help much with noise. Plus many modern PSUs keep the fan off below a certain loading so you could be better going for a higher wattage unit that doesn't have to work so hard....


But high power PSU's are far less efficient when run at low loads.
Personally 396w on the 12v+ rail is plenty for somebody wanting a low noise system. It's enough for a i7 with 1080ti system.
You are paying a premium price for a premium product. If you are paying over £1k for your system I don't see spending 10% on a PSU as a massive ask. You would spend that on a £400 system?
Unless I'm mistaken, the power requirement for a 1080ti is 600w? That's taken from the Nvidia website

nvidia.com/con…pdf
if you're building anything that would require modular PSU I would be surprised to see a build need as little as 400, I think im pushing my luck running 600 D:
Tiny252 h, 20 m ago

Unless I'm mistaken, the power requirement for a 1080ti is 600w? That's …Unless I'm mistaken, the power requirement for a 1080ti is 600w? That's taken from the Nvidia website http://www.nvidia.com/content/geforce-gtx/GTX_1080_Ti_User_Guide.pdf


That’s recomended by nvidia , the 1080ti would never draw more than about 350-400w and much less most the time .
still voted cold tho as you could get a decent 650w Seasonic psu for less than this and psu noise has never bothered me at all (never even noticed it over system fans
So if a platinum 400W PSU is £100, and a gold 400W PSU is £60, then you run them both at full power continuously... It will take 7 years for the platinum power supply to make up the difference in price.

(89% efficiency at 100% load for gold, 90% for platinum so about 5W difference at 100% load, 15p/kwh)

Now extra warranty length? That may be worthwhile.
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