KENTEK 850 Watt 850W 120mm Fan ATX Flat Wire Power Supply 12V 2.3 EPS12V 2.92 SLI-ready PCI-Express SATA 20/24 PIN Intel AMD by KENTEK
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- 120mm large fan Quiet Performance and High energy efficiency
- ATX 12V version 2.3 and EPS12V version 2.92 Spec Intel AMD Spec
- Matte black color coating and Ball bearing fan and flat wire cable for easy cable management
- SATA 20/ 24 Pin ATX 4+4 Pin Molex SATA Pci-e 6/8 Pin
- Short circuit and over voltage protection
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- Powers my 7950 and 7770 under full load 24/7
- Doesn't run hot.
- Good construction
-It seems lite, compared to my Corsair and OCZ power supplies in the same range.
-Not Bronze, silver, or gold certified. *Although, I'm sure that cost a good bit of money to get certified*
For the money and the features.It is hard to beat. The voltages look stable. I will check the voltages in a week from now, if they start to degrade I'll post the results here.
rails rated at 27 and 28 amps? SLI Ready is what I am now. For another thing my gpu isn't struggling just to get its well earned and well deserved power, it now has all of it that it needs! Like everyone else here I was very skeptical about getting this power demon, and I'm glad I chose it in the end.
NZXT Phantom 410
Intel Core i5-2500k
Gigabyte AMD Radeon 6950 1 GB
Gigabyte GA-Z68A-D3H-B3 motherboard
Corsair Vengeance Blue 8 GB
I've had no problems so far, and will update if I do.
The downsides are that it is not modular, so the cables do easily get in the way if using a smaller case (like what I am using it with). And even though it may be rated for SLI, only two 8-pin and one 6-pin connectors are actually available--one 8-pin being meant for the motherboard.
The upsides are that for a low price you get a lot of power, definitely enough for a modern SLI or Crossfire setup. It has a switch, which may not seem all that important, but on cheap PSU's, it is common to leave this seemingly dull feature out. Beyond the GPU connectors, there are plenty of SATA connectors, and an average amount of Molex connectors.
In summation, it leans towards a high-end PSU, but at a fraction of the price!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Died in less than one year. I had blamed my CPU fan for making my new tower noisy but it was actually this power supply. My tower is almost silent now that it has been changed. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Brian C
Don't buy this cheap power supply my computer needed only 500w and I bought a 850w just to be sure and after two months it blew upPublished 4 months ago by Xhefri Toro
I've had two of these power supply's fail on me soon after buying them. I had one that came to me that was no good from the time I had out of the box, I also used one in my... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joseph Corbett
bought one of these in 2010 for a pc build. Ive been using this computer with the power supply for gaming since then. Still working great!Published 6 months ago by Matt Brown
Works as advertised, fast shipping, time will tell about reliability.Published 9 months ago by Bruce Swenson