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Seasonic Prime Ultra Snow Silent 750w 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply 12 Year Warranty £139.99 + £10.50 P&P @ Overclockers
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Seasonic Prime Ultra Snow Silent 750w 80 Plus Titanium Modular Power Supply 12 Year Warranty £139.99 + £10.50 P&P @ Overclockers

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"SEASONIC PRIME ULTRA SNOW SILENT 750W 80 PLUS TITANIUM MODULAR POWER SUPPLY"
Its ultra-high efficiency and outstanding performance are the fine results of Seasonic’s continuous commitment to innovation and advancement. Improved low-load efficiency, highly suppressed ripple noise and a generous 12-year manufacturer’s warranty are just some of the characteristics that set these series apart from other power supplies on the market.

Seasonic has included a PSU tester in the box that will let consumers perform a quick and easy jump start on the power supply. Each PRIME Ultra Snow Silent Series power supply will also ship with a SATA 3.3 adapter to support the “Power Disable” (PWDIS) feature of the newer, high-capacity hard drives. The inline capacitors on the cables were removed, which takes away the bulkiness inside the system. To maximize flexibility, the 180-degree SATA connectors ensuring more flexibility and easier installation.

Seasonic’s latest design keeps the output voltage within a very tight range, achieving under 0.5 % load regulation. This impressive electrical performance and stability makes this power supply an ideal choice for high-performance systems. Seasonic’s vast experience in designing the most silent and efficient power supplies on the market was translated into the development of Hybrid Mode; a state-of-the-art fan control that enables users to keep the overall fan noise at the lowest possible level.

High performance Fluid Dynamic Bearing (FDB) fans are designed to take advantage of the impact absorbance effects of oil. They are extremely reliable and generate considerably less operating noise and heat than ball bearing fans. The lubrication of the bearing surface reduces friction and vibration and therefore lowers overall power consumption. Due to the effortless, quieter rotations and its robust construction, this reliable fan technology also greatly increases the lifespan of the fan. When the fan shaft rotates, high pressure oil drifts along the grooves of the bearing sleeve to generate a thin layer of lubrication between the bearing faces. As the speed increases, so does dynamic oil pressure and the shaft is lifted from the bearing to create smooth, effortless rotations. The herringbone shape of the groves helps to efficiently channel the lubricant and avert leakage.

Seasonic’s engineers have implemented a new design feature, where instead of cables; the back panel and the PCB (Printed Circuit Board) are connected by a copper plate. This breakthrough solution not only lowers the chance of production errors during manual insertion but it also improves output power quality.

Key Features
- 80 PLUS® Titanium certified
- Micro Tolerance Load Regulation (0.5 %)
- White PSU Casing. - Cable-free Connection Design
- Premium Hybrid Fan Control - Fanless until 40 % load
- Multi-GPU setup
- Gold plated connectors
- 12 years warranty

Specifications
- 80PLUS®: Titanium
- Wattage: 750W
- Cybenetics Efficiency Level: TBA
- Cybenetics Noise Level: TBA
- Form Factor: Intel ATX 12 V
- Dimensions: 170 mm (W) x 150 mm (L) x 86 mm (H)
- Fan Size - 135 mm
- Fan Control: Premium Hybrid Fan Control
- Fan Bearing: Fluid Dynamic Bearing
- Life Expectancy: 50,000 hours at 40 °C, 15 % - 65 % RH
- Modularity - Fully Modular
- Cable type: Flat black cables
- Operating Temperature: 0 - 50 °C (derating from 100 % to 80 % from 40 °C to 50 °C)
- MTBF @ 25 °C, excl. fan: 150,000 hours
- AC Input: Full Range
- Protection: OPP, OVP, UVP, OCP, OTP, SCP
- Safety and EMC: cTUVus, TUV, CB, CCC, BSMI, EAC, CE
- Environmental Compliance: Energy Star, RoHS, WEEE, ErP Lot 6, REACH
- Warranty: 12 Years

Connectors
- 1 x 20+4-Pin ATX12V/EPS12V
- 2 x 4+4-Pin ATX12V/EPS12V
- 4 x 6+2-Pin-PCIe
- 10 x SATA
- 5 x 4-Pin-Molex
- 1 x Floppy
- Warranty: 12yr
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21 Comments
Waste of money, I got a 750 watt gold for £65 with a 10 year warranty, also with Hybrid Fan Control, better to shop around
A fusion reactor in a box?
PaulsGamingLive08/01/2020 15:14

Waste of money, I got a 750 watt gold for £65 with a 10 year warranty, …Waste of money, I got a 750 watt gold for £65 with a 10 year warranty, also with Hybrid Fan Control, better to shop around


why not help the community and post it then?
Bit expensive tbh lol... get a PSU that will last 10 years for like 80 quid no need to spend this much on a PSU
Weehamish08/01/2020 15:48

Bit expensive tbh lol... get a PSU that will last 10 years for like 80 …Bit expensive tbh lol... get a PSU that will last 10 years for like 80 quid no need to spend this much on a PSU


You could say that about anything though. A fiesta will last you 10 years but people will still buy an A class.
LazybeatX08/01/2020 15:52

You could say that about anything though. A fiesta will last you 10 years …You could say that about anything though. A fiesta will last you 10 years but people will still buy an A class.


What? You cant compare a PSU to a card mate this does nothing special compared to a corsair PSU for 80 quid
Weehamish08/01/2020 15:54

What? You cant compare a PSU to a card mate this does nothing special …What? You cant compare a PSU to a card mate this does nothing special compared to a corsair PSU for 80 quid


I wasn't I was comparing a car to a car. Is the Corsair a 750w fully Modular PSU, titanium rated with a 12 year warranty for £80 if not then it's just simply a different product that's cheaper, not a better deal.
LazybeatX08/01/2020 16:00

I wasn't I was comparing a car to a car. Is the Corsair a 750w fully …I wasn't I was comparing a car to a car. Is the Corsair a 750w fully Modular PSU, titanium rated with a 12 year warranty for £80 if not then it's just simply a different product that's cheaper, not a better deal.


No it does the same thing and will last about the same time for basically half the price... this is a waste of money. Simple.
Weehamish08/01/2020 16:04

No it does the same thing and will last about the same time for basically …No it does the same thing and will last about the same time for basically half the price... this is a waste of money. Simple.


Yea it's really not that simple. You do know that to meet the titanium efficiency they have to use better components to meet that efficiency. Better efficiency = less heat, less heat = less power used. Less power used = cheaper to run, all that = better for the environment and your electricity bill. You know that if you plan to keep your Gold rated PSU for 10 years like your warranty has you will end up paying about the same over that time as you would have if you just bought this in the 1st place, except you get an extra 2 years warranty with this. But you will have saved more money using this and had a more efficient PSU that's been better for better for the environment for the last 10 years you've used it for.
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 8th Jan
Weehamish08/01/2020 16:04

No it does the same thing and will last about the same time for basically …No it does the same thing and will last about the same time for basically half the price... this is a waste of money. Simple.



So you would rather a Fiesta than a Ferrari?
TristanDeCoonha08/01/2020 16:43

So you would rather a Fiesta than a Ferrari?


Well, I'd say this is not a correct comparison. Fiesta would be a cheap (£20) and crap PSU, but Corsair is more like BMW M5. Yeas, this Sesonic is fab but not a year ago I bought Seasonic Focus Plus Platinum 750W for £120. Difference in efficiency between Platinum and Titanum is 1-2%. Assuming I was using my PSU with 500W constant load for 10 hours a day, 2% difference would mean I saved ~£70 after 10 years. So on paper it is worth to buy Titanium for £150 but not £220. But personally it is not this simple, as simply by buying too small/too big PSU you can save/lose pennies same way as by buying more/less efficient PSU.
LazybeatX08/01/2020 16:22

Yea it's really not that simple. You do know that to meet the titanium …Yea it's really not that simple. You do know that to meet the titanium efficiency they have to use better components to meet that efficiency. Better efficiency = less heat, less heat = less power used. Less power used = cheaper to run, all that = better for the environment and your electricity bill. You know that if you plan to keep your Gold rated PSU for 10 years like your warranty has you will end up paying about the same over that time as you would have if you just bought this in the 1st place, except you get an extra 2 years warranty with this. But you will have saved more money using this and had a more efficient PSU that's been better for better for the environment for the last 10 years you've used it for.


Again, not that simple - efficiency depends on the load and the sweet spots seems to be around 50%. So it is not just about efficiency but also knowing, what sort of load to expect and get the right PSU. In this case bigger is not always better
LukeMB08/01/2020 17:06

Again, not that simple - efficiency depends on the load and the sweet …Again, not that simple - efficiency depends on the load and the sweet spots seems to be around 50%. So it is not just about efficiency but also knowing, what sort of load to expect and get the right PSU. In this case bigger is not always better


Agreed but going by an average load of around 50- 70% for day 6-7 hours a day for the next 10 years. You will most definitely be saving money. And the other guys argument was simply just " it's a waste of money" err yea ok, for who though?
TristanDeCoonha08/01/2020 16:43

So you would rather a Fiesta than a Ferrari?


Derp? a ferrari does more than a fiesta this PSU doesnt :\ clever boi jesus
LazybeatX08/01/2020 17:19

Agreed but going by an average load of around 50- 70% for day 6-7 hours a …Agreed but going by an average load of around 50- 70% for day 6-7 hours a day for the next 10 years. You will most definitely be saving money. And the other guys argument was simply just " it's a waste of money" err yea ok, for who though?


I agree. Wheeras the difference between Platinum-Titanium is not so big, the gap starts getting bigger, lower you go. So in 10 years time, gold may cost you more - but, if you paid less you are more likely to not bother with sending it back if it fails, and simply getting a new one. I n my case I cannot imagine removing my PSU, sending it back and waiting for 2-3 weeks, so I am more likely to pay £70 than £150, not to mention £200+ for 0.75kW PSU
LazybeatX08/01/2020 15:26

why not help the community and post it then?




I found it on the this site lol was on CCL, think it was a 650 on hot UK deals for 59.99, then on the site I was able to get 750 at £65, gold fully modular
The prices people pay to get their all white build lmao
Remus8108/01/2020 20:02

The prices people pay to get their all white build lmao


That's a true statement I have to admit.
Wish i had bought the 650Watt version back in November, it was only £94.99
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