|Brand Name||Diablotek Inc.|
|Item model number||PSDA500|
|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.8 x 3.3 x 5.5 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.8 x 3.3 x 5.5 inches|
Diablotek DA Series 500-Watt ATX Power Supply PSDA500
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- Form Factor: ATX
- Wattage: 550-Watt
- Motherboard connector: 20+4 Pin
- Fans: 80mm fan
- Input Voltage: 115 to 230
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The fan is not too noisy. It's a basic background hum that I can't really distinguish from the hum of my other fans, so I'm quite happy with that.
There are plenty of plugs that come with it, most of which I didn't use. Better to have too many than not enough. There are two cable ties that came with it to control the clutter.
What's in the package?
- 2 cable ties to control wire clutter
- 4 screws to secure the power supply to the ATX case
- one 20/24 pin motherboard connector
- one 4 pin +12V motherboard connector
- four 4 pin molex connectors
- one 4 pin floppy power connector
- 4 SATA connectors
- one 6/8 pin PCI-Express connector
- 1 power cord
- one power supply (500W maximum combined wattage)
- 3 year limited warranty
So far, so good. I am happy with this purchase.
They seem to work fine, but in a few months they die with a loud pop. Going with a OCZ600MXSP.
PSU died after only four months of light use. Computer only has a 9600GT(green) video card.
Many complaints about no support from Diablotek on their forum, I have Emailed them 3 times and they have not responded.
The bad part is that I have 2 other ones, I hope they don't suffer a similar fate.
I wonder if anyone has ever gotten a replacement from Diablotek.
It includes tons of connectors (too much for some people), and it has two fans.
The fans are a little loud in the first couple weeks you use the PSU, but it gets quieter after a period of time; I don't know if the fans are breaking-in (not "breaking") or my ears are adjusting to it.
The power supply is working great for being 4 months since I have purchased it.
I am using this with an AMD Radeon HD6850 and it is performing well.
I play Crysis, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Bulletstorm, and Grand Theft Auto IV on high settings and the PSU performs without a hitch.
I was also running extremely intensive GPU tests with FurMark and Unigine Heaven(for GPU overclocking) and the PSU still delivered.
This PSU is also powering 4 hard drives (two 3.5 inch and three 2.5 inch drives), 3 fans, a Wifi adapter, and an Intel Core i5.
Well, I took a chance, because I was low on cash, and I've just installed it. My graphics card requires two six-pin connectors, and this PSU provided 2x2, so I've got juice for SLI if my motherboard had room. The fan is whisper quiet (I don't know if the free shock absorber is having any effect, but I'm not taking it off) and the molex connectors are as slick as I've seen.
Plenty of molex and sata connectors, and the cables are plenty long for my desktop tower, might be a little short for a server.
Still - at $30.00? Unbelievable. If it fails in a week, I'll update this review, otherwise it's a great buy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The absolute worst PSU you could possibly purchase. Died within a month.Published 4 months ago by Sketchup
Brought my computer back to life! Thank goodness. Arrived in the box just like a new one.Published 5 months ago by Patcake
Mine failed at just under 2 years with more than a year to go on the warranty. It took weeks going back and forth for me to finally be able to produce a copy of my Amazon invoice... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ruth T
Bought this power supply over two years ago (2014) to replace a failed one in my HP Pavillion. It is still running strong, so it was great buy at a great price!Published 5 months ago by DavidV