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450W EVGA 450 BR, Fully Wired, 80PLUS Bronze, Single Rail, 37.5A, 120mm Fan, ATX PSU £29.99 + £3.99 del at Scan
Posted 3rd MayPosted 3rd May
2 to 5 day delivery. Combining 450W of continuous power with superior performance, seamless efficiency, and trustworthy quality, the 450W BR power supply is what you need to build… Read more


80 PLUS White certified, with 85% efficiency or higher under typical loads


80+ vs 80+ Bronze.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B085PGY4M8/ref=as_sl_pc_qf_sp_asin_til?tag=1919191919-21&linkCode=w00&linkId=54df505f17935bce9c6e6e6ed4672cfd&creativeASIN=B085PGY4M8 here is 500w evga for 27.5 gbp


Hmmm, box says it's 600W ???

EVGA 550 B5, 80+ BRONZE 550W, Fully Modular £37.60 @ Amazon
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Posted 30th AprPosted 30th Apr
Further price drop from original deal of £2. Savings may fund a pint... or a half pint...cannot recall as long time since I last visited the pub. 80 PLUS Bronze certified with 8… Read more

Running a 3090 which requires 2 8-pin.....this only has one VGA cable. Even though it splits a 3090 should always be run from 2 separate cables. 3080 and below you can kind of get away with a split one.


back up to £55.47 now, expired


I wouldn't trust the PSU reviews on hexus to be frank with you. There's no analysis on the internals, missing out some other details etc. It was tier B on LTT because there was no details on where they should place it. They assumed that it was based on a HEC platform that had good ratings. This was actually based on a superflower platform, according to hexus anyway Quite a few DOAs reported on Amazon US Get a gold rated PSU. Look at the XPG reactor 650w that was on offer here. For £15 more you have something that is more powerful, presumeably more reliable and was actually taken apart for the review.


£55 now :(


Gets decent reviews especially for this price https://m.hexus.net/tech/reviews/psu/144901-evga-550-b5-psu-550w/?page=8

EVGA 600 W1 80+ WHITE 600W Power Supply Unit 100-W1-0600-K3 £35 at Amazon
Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
EVGA 600W – “Unbeatable Value” 80 PLUS White certified, with 80% efficiency or higher under typical loads Fan Size / Bearing: 120mm Sleeve Bearing. Operating Temperature : 0 de… Read more

All that assuming your computer uses 600w all the time, which is just not the case. An average mid-range gaming pc (say ryzen 3600 & rtx 2070) will use 350w on average ( with peaks well below 500w) when playing graphically demanding games and probably below 100 in windows which makes the whole calculation pointless. Bronze and Gold PSUs can really be good value, but they don't pay for themselves in efficiency for vast majority of users and i'd personally much rather have 80+ white EVGA than a bronze firecracker like aerocool or kolink.


Good shout, we can visualize the advantage of using a better quality psu :)


None! That's what these are made for, infrequent light use.


Its fine for an old PC that gets used infrequently, i have 3 old machines that have similair PSUs to this in them. Whats the point in paying for a Gold/Platinum PSU in something like a Core2Duo PC that only gets used infrequently for retro Gaming?


80% is not really very good at all! It means that 120 Watts are lost in operation which is 1KWh every 8 hours of use this is going to cost you 20p. It might not seem like much but if this is used for 8 hours a day it's going to add up, to £73 a year in wasted energy you will never see the benefit of. A Gold or Platinum rated PSU will cost you more money but will quickly pay for itself with 90% or greater efficiency it will reduce wasted energy costs down to £36.50, and that's every year! That's besides them being better built quieter and more reliable. This is one example where you do get what you pay for.

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EVGA 550w fully modular bronze certified psu £41.72 @ Amazon
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Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
EVGA fully modular 550w psu. It has black ribbed cables and is bronze certified in regards to power. Also has a 5 year warranty.

Reading through the Amazon US reviews, there appears to be quite a few DOA with these units. Good price but some Q about reliability. For another £15 I think the XPG reactor for £57 is a better choice


Got a good tan from the salon.


Bronze? What is it fed with coal??


Dropped to £41.02 now.


Plus this 550w is pretty sturdy at handling loads

EVGA White 600 Watt 80+ Wired ATX PSU/Power Supply Black, £33.98 delivered at Scan
Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Decent offer. FEATURES- Quiet and Intelligent Auto Fan for near-silent operation - 3 Year Warranty - Heavy-duty protections, including OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under … Read more

I just sent a PSU back to EVGA in Germany which was DOA out of the box. Cost me 11 quid (mad)


If you value your pc parts spend more and get a decent unit. This one is only really suited to powering an office desktop or very minor gaming. Aim for tier 1 or 2 on the psu hierarchy folks.


damnit, sorry about that will remove I think Google foo failed me!


I thought I overpaid then checked your link is for the 500w model.


Only better deal at the moment is the Aerocool Aero Bronze 550w at £29.99 delivered from Amazon which is rated as Tier C but yea aren't gonna get a better deal for a name brand 600w PSU