|Item model number||PS480E12|
|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 5.8 x 3.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.5 x 5.75 x 3.25 inches|
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Logisys Corp. 480W 240-Pin 120MM Ball Bearing Switching Power Supply PS480E12
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- 120MM Ball Bearing fan
- Low Noise and Ripple
- Short Circuit Protection
- Over Voltage Protection
- Over Power Protection
- 480W Total
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Logisys PS480E12 480W ATX Power Supply 480 Watts
--480 watts total power
--120 mm ball bearing fan
--1x 15-inch 20 + 4-pin ATX power connector
--1x 15-inch 12V ATX power connector
--2x 15-inch SATA connecters
--4x Large 4-pin power connectors
--1x Floppy power connector
---Low noise and ripple
--Short Circuit protection
--Over Voltage protection
--Over Power protection
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
+ Has one dual ball bearing 120mm cooling fan (verified by the label of the fan itself). Ball bearing fans are a must in power supplies because a bad fan will cause the power supply to cook itself to failure shortly (if you don't notice that the fan has failed). A ball bearing fan has superior lifespan over the cheaper sleeve bearing fans that are used on most power supplies. Anyway, the fan in this supply has an RPM of 1600 and is not adjustable or temperature controlled. Note the difference in RPM compared to the specs on the product page (claimed 2000RPM but actually 1600RPM in my supply).
+ Has physical on/off switch.
- The wires to the Molex/floppy/SATA connectors are thinner compared to previous power supplies that I've used. Wire gauge appears to be 22 AWG.
- There is no nylon sleeve on cables to keep wires neat and tidy. Because of this cabling is somewhat "messy" when installed (a couple of cable ties will help).
- Some people may be disappointed that there are no fancy LEDs or that the case doesn't have shiny colors. (These things don't mean much to me anyway, I prefer a reliable plain-looking power supply over a fancy looking one).
- I have examined the capacitors used on this supply.Read more ›
Weaknesses: The only weakness that I have encountered is the length between the sata connectors. If you are connecting two drives that are stacked, you'll be fine. But if you are trying to connect a hard drive that is perpendicular to a dvd drive, you will need to purchase an extension or a sata converter for one of the molex connectors.
Summary: I read several product reviews on the web and had a few concerns. Many complained the noise was excessive, but overall felt it was a good power supply. I would disagree with them in regards to the noise. This power supply can be heard, but it is far from noisy.
I am pleasantly surprised with how easy it was to install. No need to ship your computer off or pay extra for a special power supply.
The only issue was the short length between the sata connectors. However, an extension or conversion plug is an easy fix for that. Just order one with the power supply and save on shipping and down time.
20+4 is configurable, can remove the 4 by sliding it off the 20.
4 molex connectors (old ide)
2 sata connectors (unneeded for my pc)
sufficient cable length.
molex connectors are cheaply made, the metal clips wiggle in the plug, requiring one to hold the wires just right in order to line up with the pins on the receiver.
Not as quiet as some reviewers seem to think.
My power supply was complaining for a while when starting up, then it stopped actually turning off when I told the pc to shut down. Then suddenly it quit working all together. I had a 450 watt power supply that lasted 10 years on this old pc so I can't complain. But I have software on this machine that I need, that wont carry over on a machine upgrade, so I need it to continue working for a while yet.
I bought this unit, felt it was a good power output for a good price. So far I am not disappointed. I would give it a 5 star if it weren't for the cheaply made molex connectors.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This power supply is advertised to have a 4-pin ATX 12-volt power connector. The unit that I received had a 6-pin connector which turned what should have been a five minute job... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MW in CO
This power supply doesn't have the 4-pin power connector that is needed to connect to the mother board.Published 4 months ago by James
The power supply does just what it is supposed to. Hook up was a piece of cake. I needed an older style 4 pin ATX 12 volt plug. Read morePublished 7 months ago by William
any problems with this product . 3 months working
7 hours per day . average wattage using real 300w !!! thats a good product and cheap . Read more
This is a great buy, it is quiet and powerful, I would purchase it again.Published 11 months ago by Gary W. Herlocker