PCIe 6+2-Pin Connectors
PCIe 6-Pin Connectors
Molex 4-Pin Connectors
+3.3V@18A, +5V@17A, +12V@30A, +5VSB@2A, -12V@0.3A
- 46 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build The "I work for minimum wage" Gaming PC
It works. It's cheap. No problems.
- 31 points
- 17 months ago
from completed build Super Budget HTPC
Aside from being the most expensive part and not having a power switch, this is a high quality PSU!
- 25 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Little Boy Blue - 1080p for under $500 with monitor and peripherals
Works, quiet and stable. Tier 7 but it works when Ocing.
- 20 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build Low budget/ghetto gaming PC
Before I get complaints about using a low quality PSU that will blow up my PC, I'll say one thing- it'senough. 360W on the 12V sounds pretty anemic, but according to PSU calculators and tests of a very similar system (860K, 270X) I would still have about 50W of headroom at full load. There's also the fact that it was $16 :)
- 20 points
- 43 months ago
from completed build Shyanne
A cheap, yet reliable brand that I trust. Virtually silent!
- 19 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build $270 Pentium Office Budget Build for Gma
This is a reputable brand and in this case was extremely cheap. Nearly every other brand around this price range is a cheap off brand with nightmarish reviews of PSU failure. Also, it is not a very good idea to skimp out on the PSU, despite it being a budget build I was not going to cut this corner, as much. However, the thought did cross my mind. Sometimes its better to pay the extra money to save possible future headaches. This was one of the rare exceptions. Its non-modular, which makes no difference to me this case will not be opened for a long time, and the aesthetics mean very little . Of course its not modular so that makes cable management a little bit harder, but for the price it went nice with this build.
- 17 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Theseus' Paradox
This was the worst part of the build, DONT cheap out on PSU's, it works though...but thats it, it has no sleeves, looks ugly, and I had to figure out that my board had this had a 8pin ATX12v connector that your suppose you only plug in half if your mobo uses a 4pin ATX12v connection near the CPU, I do not know why I didnt spend 5$ more and got the 430w 80+ variant. My bad.
- 15 points
- 56 months ago
from completed build Budget Gaming PC (First Build)
Nice brand, supplies what advertised. CPU power cable was a bit short though. Had to run ut up under the GPU and WiFi card