|Item model number||HCG-520M|
|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
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Antec High Current Gamer HCG-520M, 80 PLUS BRONZE, 520 Watt Modular Power Supply
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- 520W Continuous Power - Guaranteed 520W of Continuous Power from Antec
- Thermal Manager - An advanced low voltage fan control for optimal heat
- 10-pin sockets -Special 10-pin modular sockets for High Current flexibility
- 92.3% +12V - Output for maximum CPU & GPU support
- All high-performance Japanese capacitors
- Power distribution as follows; +3v 24A, +5v 24A, +12v 48A, -12v 0.8A, -5VSB 2.5A
- Safety Approvals: UL, cUL, CE, TÜV, CB, FCC, CCC, C-Tick, BSMI, GOST-R
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100% of what the product says it has, it has, no hassle.
Cons: As stated above, but I cannot fault this product for the design of the motherboard, as its (at least in my experience) a unique design that I have yet to see.
What this is powering for me.
6x 120mm Fans. (Antec 1200 Case)
1x 200mm Fan.
Asus Formula V Motherboard
AMD FX-8150 (8 Core)
Nvidia GTX 275 Graphics card
3 Hard Drives
2 CD Roms
When you compare the price to others out there, its a no-brainer. Antec reliability and durability with a good price compared to others of similar wattage.
It had more than enough plugs to power my three sata hard drives, 1 data dvd burner, two plugs for my ATI HD7950 video card.
I chose this because it provided me more power at a lower price compared to Corsair. If choose to go SLI or Crossfire, I am certain that this will be able to handle the job. The accessories that came with it had plenty of reusable zip ties, and the psu size fit perfectly inside the AZZA Hurrican 2000R. Because of it's right size for my case, I was able to install an optional case fan (140mm/120mm). Another reviewer said that the cables are a bit stiff, and they are partially right. I adjusted the zip ties that were originally placed on the cables, and separated sections to make the cables more convenient and flexible for my build. I would only recommend purchasing this if you have a full tower case. Installing this PSU was simple and so far I have not encountered any problems.
Long story short- Go modular, and go with something that will last longer than this. Even if you have a modular system fail, all you should have to do is disconnect it, and throw in a new one, not re-invent the wheel like I had to do today. It took a solid two hours re-wiring the entire system.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Came when promised and works great. Bought again for a different build..Published 2 months ago by Thomas Donovan
I've always loved Antec's products. Solid performance parts at decent prices. This is a replacement power supply for a new PC build and as expected worked flawlessly. Read morePublished 4 months ago by MtnGirl
I like the semi-modular design and the price was right, but the fan was defective and customer service has been atrocious. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andrew Wilson
iVe had this for 2 years I run 2 r9 290x s with a triple monitor set up with 2 1080 p monitors one 120 hz and a 2560x1440 center monitor at 144 hz and 4 hard drives and it has... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Roben Ann Wigle
TL;DR: Two out of three of these identical PSUs I've gotten have failed within 2 days.
I bought a pair of all of the parts to build two PCs (let's call... Read more