- Brand Name: Eagle Tech
- Model Number: ET-PSVT600E
Eagle Tech Voltas ET-PSVT600E 600Watt ATX12V Power Supply, 13 connectors, Crossfire & SLI ready
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- Connectors: 4xPeripherals (4pin), 4xSATA (15pin), 1xFloppy, 1xM/B (20+4pin), 1xP4 (4pin), 2xPCI-Express (6 and 8pin)
- Output: +3.3V@28A; +5.0V@34A; +12V1@17A; +12V2@19A; -12V@1.5A; +5Vsb@2.5A
- Over-current, over-voltage and short-circuit protection
- >73% energy efficiency and ultra quiet 12cm fan
- Package contains one power supply and AC power cord
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Top Customer Reviews
"Great power supply. So quite and inexpensive. I expected noise and annoyance instead I got easy to install and quiet."
The power supply died after 9 months of operations. I will give the company credit for replacing it. So, the warranty is honored. But, I'm going to have to report that the quality did not stand up to even one year of use. It is entirely possible that the product is good and that my experience is not representative (on-off experience) but I can only report on what I know.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Can't write a bad review.. When I got the power supply the cooling fan was broken the blades were free floating in PS.. Read morePublished on February 10, 2014 by lewis b chatellier jr
Purchased this as a replacement, it lasted about 1 year and died. Can't complain considering what it costs. Good for a backupPublished on December 22, 2013 by Sam Artino
I bought this because I had a gift certificate, but it has exceeded my expectation. Runs great and runs quietly.Published on June 4, 2013 by Bill Pemberton
Got this for my custom built PC and it works just fine. Have not had any issues with it as of yet.Published on January 4, 2013 by C. Phonasa
Worked great it seems for about 1 year then the fan started making a terrible noise. Not worth the money at all when you have to replace after 12 months.Published on July 23, 2012 by BA
I bought this unit in October 2010 and in March 2012 the unit failed. I was pretty impressed initially by how quiet the unit operated however I recently purchased a Corsair TX850... Read morePublished on March 13, 2012 by Suq Madeeq
Installed this unit went great. Everything worked just right. But after 2 weeks the fan inside started making noises. Had to pull out power supply and turn it over. Read morePublished on March 3, 2012 by jazzersize
This PSU took the place of my stock 305w PSU from my Dell Dimension E520. I upgraded my CPU and GPU and needed a boost. Read morePublished on February 1, 2012 by WolfeyDen
I took the power supply to computer tech. He instaled the power supply and it didn't work.
So he ran a series of tests on it. He determined the power suppy is burnt out. Read more