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Coolmax 700W Dual-Fan Power Supply CTI-700B

by Coolmax

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  • Dual PCI-E connectors
  • Dual 80 mm fans built for long life, durability, and fastest cooling time
  • Automatic fan setting available for most effective heat dissipation
  • Over voltage protection, short circuit protection on all output levels
  • Tube-Tied On The Main Connector For Clean Look And Feel
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Coolmax
  • Model: 14736

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001E01DDS
  • Item model number: 14736
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 6, 2008

Product Description

With dual 80mm fans cooling your system, the CTI-series keeps running smoothly. It comes with an automatic setting to adjust the fan speed according to the level of heat. The hotter your system, the faster the fan spins, and the faster your system cools. With great ventilation, you no longer have to worry about your system overheating. It is dual PCI-E connectors ready for your graphic rendered fun.

Customer Reviews

Good Power Supple !
Patrick :)
I would not order this unit if you are unsure the cables will be long enough for your case or unless you have extension cabling available.
bmoag
The fan is very quiet even when putting my computer to the pace.
Nuffster1010

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Nuffster1010 on September 30, 2010
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I changed out my existing power supply (300W) because I was upgrading to a PCI-E video card. The Coolmax 700 is well packaged and fit perfectly in my "Acer Aspire" case. All the instructions are online so you may want to check that out before proceeding... However, like most men I prefer to use chance!!! LOL. I removed my 300W PS without disconnecting any wiring from the motherboard and sat it to the side, at the same time installing the Coolmax 700. I simply removed each cable of the 300W (one at a time)and replaced it with like wiring from the Coolmax 700. The total install took less than 10 minutes from start to finish... It was super easy, even for a novice like me. The fan is very quiet even when putting my computer to the pace. I cant brag enough about this power supply, I have several more computers in the house that I plan to upgrade. I will install the Coolmax 700 in all of them too! I'm giving it an A+!!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Monika on September 7, 2011
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for the price, this psu is hard to pass up. Unfortunately is seems you get what you pay for, after installing this PSU my computer wouldnt even boot. Look up reviews on newegg, its 2 stars for a reason almost all the reviews have mentioned a DOA and have had to return the product.

Spend a little more if you really need 700w, i only needed 600w in the first place and should have gone for the 600w for the same price, quality matters in power supplys.

why i think people are getting DOA unites? first of all , the packing is horrible, no extra packing , just the box, and about 5 inches of free space for the psu to bounce around during shipping.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bmoag on May 8, 2011
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I repeat: the cables are very short. Most motherboards require an accessory power input at the top of the motherboard. If your case mounts the power supply at the bottom, e.g. Antec, you will have to get an extension cable to power the motherboard. This is for the standard mid-tower size case. It will also be a stretch to run the power cables to the optical drive, usually seated at the top of the tower. If your PSU is mounted at the top of your case you may have problems extending cables to the bottom of the case. I would not order this unit if you are unsure the cables will be long enough for your case or unless you have extension cabling available. In the many years I have been buidling/upgrading I have never seen a power supply at this wattage, which is aimed at experienced users, with such short cables. I would have had to return the unit if I did not have years of computer detritus piled in boxes. As a generic power supply it seems to work adequately enough.
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By Kamikazi2142 on December 30, 2010
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opened the package, and a nice looking new box saying 700W sits within. Pull it out, nice black box, perfect length of cables, the 20+4 mobo cable was perfect in length for my rig, so far so good. didn't need the extra PCIe power cables, or that many Molex connectors. Everything installed greatly, the unused cables i stuffed in the extra optical bay, two fans makes it great for ventilation, its somewhat bulky, but nothing too serious. Just got it in today, not sure how long it will last, i chose this model over others because of the name, and the fact that no one had any issues.

Will comment when and if it dies early.

Plenty of power for my demand.
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By Patrick :) on December 24, 2013
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Good Power Supple ! The one I bought worked for a long time. Coolmax has pretty good power supply .
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I purchased this PS to replace the one in my system that failed, a 700 w ps should be plenty for my system, The first started over heating due to the Fans not working, at the time I thought the fans had failed I have since discovered the Fan control on the PS PCB failed. when this PS was installed it worked Flawlessly, After about a week I could smell the ever so specific burnt electronics smell. If you work in Electronics you know the smell. I thought it was the New Video card I had installed. But discovered it was the PS. I removed a older GTX260 and installed a newer GTX 660ti, the 660 has a lower power draw than the old one. Changed nothing else and the power supply Failed. Thinking the old one had just a Fan problem I swapped the Fans from new to old and found the Fan controller bad, main board differences in the new Ps to the Old Ps preclude any other swaps. So I went to the Local computer store and picked up a bit of a overkill PS 1000w. Now my computer runs very cool. Go figure..
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