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power suply unit

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by Jonnycarter, 5 Oct 2009.

  1. Jonnycarter

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    this 800w psu is avalable from another well know retailer and i would like to know is thease specs any good it is a value psu but would it be able to handle say an am3 system with a nvida 975gt

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    Features

    Silent and Better Ventilation

    ATX 12V V2.2 Compliant for all Types of CPU and Mainboard

    Automatic Fan Speed Control to keep balance and noise control

    Separate 12V rail supply to mainboard and drives

    12cm Green Silent Fan

    Quad 12v Rails

    CE & PFC Approved

    Connections

    20+4 Pin Main Connectors: 1

    P4 4-Pin 12V Connectors: 1

    4-Pin Molex Peripheral Connectors: 7

    SATA Connectors: 6

    6-Pin PCIe Connectors: 2

    8-Pin 12V Connectors: 1

    Floppy Drive Connectors: 2
     
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  2. madindehead

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    A lot of people here will probably recommend the Corsair PSUs. Just a heads up. I don't know much about them, but never heard of that make.
     
  3. Jonnycarter

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    yeah i havent heard of them aswell mate i really would like to know if any one has had experiance or if the specs are decent ?

    i found this if this helps with determining weather or not itis a decent psu ??

    AC INPUT: 230VAC 10A 50-60Hz Model 800THE
    DC
    Output
    Max +3.3V +5V +12V1 +12V2 +12V3 +12V4 -12V +5VSB
    20A 20A 15A 15A 12A 10A 0.5A 2.5A
     
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  4. AMG

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    I wouldn't trust it never heard of them

    you want to be looking along the lines of corsiar, be quiet, ABS/TAGAN, silverstone, PC power and cooling, also antec do decent onces and a few others, also thermeltake do *some* decent onces but not all be careful
     
  5. Jonnycarter

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  6. AMG

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    probably be better than that what you was going to get, OCZ have got some great some bad onces, not sure if that is one, check the reviews and customer reviews on that ;)
     
  7. Jonnycarter

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    thanks AMG
     
  8. JonJ678

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    nvida 975gt is too badly mispelt for me to work out what you mean. OCZ will do you fine though.

    Absolutely don't buy the one you've shown a photo of. Whatever price. Even at a fiver it would be crap value around the time it killed your motherboard, processor, ram and hard drives...
     
  9. Jonnycarter

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