KENTEK 800 Watt 800W 120mm Fan ATX 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 matel gurad grill Mash cable sleeve for easy cable management
- SLI ready SATA 20/ 24 Pin ATX 4+4 Pin
- Short circuit and over voltage protection
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|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 5.9 x 3.4 in||5.9 x 6.2 x 3.4 in||5.9 x 6.5 x 3.15 in||5.91 x 5.51 x 3.4 in||5.9 x 6.2 x 3.4 in||6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 in|
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Newly redesigned!! *Quiet Performance *120mm/4.72 inch large fan design for optimal system cooling and maximizing performance *Matte black color coating *mesh cable sleeve for easy cable management *Short circuit and over voltage protection *Ball bearing fan and metal guard grill *High energy efficiency Condition: Brand New Brand: KenTek Item included: One PC Power Supply with AC power cord Dimension: 5.9 W x 3.4 H x 5.5 D Inch fit ATX / PS2 form factor casing. Input / Output: Input: 115-230V 60/50hz 10-6A Output: +3.3V 27A, +5V 28A, +12V1 25A, +12V2 26A, -12V 0.6A, +5VSB 3A Connectors: 24/20-pin x1 (20pin convertible), ATX 4+4 pin X 1, PCI-Express 6 pin X 1,PCI-Express 6+2 pin X 1, SATA X 5, Molex 4 pin X 5, Floppy X 1 Safey Approved and warranty Approved by TUV, RU & CE
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The reason it got only three stars is that it isn't a top-of-the-line product; it's cheap for what it does, but being non-modular it was a bit difficult to work with, and the resulting rat-nest-looking pile of wires in my computer made cooling a bigger issue than it could have been.
The only thing is that the PS just didn't work after installation. Double checked all cable connections and I managed to get it to power up my computer for 5 minutes before it cut off. After that it barely stayed on for 20 seconds before the computer turned off by itself. Removed this PS and installed my older (and louder) PS I had laying around. My computer powered up no problem and has been on all night, so I'm pretty sure it was the Kentek unit that is faulty and not my other components.
Not sure if I just got shipped a faulty unit, but I'm guessing it's going to be a hit or miss proposition for a cheaply-priced PS. At least the fan was pretty quiet for the brief time it was working.
For the first few months it worked flawlessly but then my computer started shutting off randomly repeatedly before dying all together.
This last time it turned off it tripped the circuit breaker in my house and has not powered up since. At the time it tripped the breaker I only had the machine, 2 monitors, speakers and one light turned on in the whole house.
Very cheap, but very inexpensive. I will be spending about twice as much now for a more quality brand.