|Item model number||Glacier 850M|
|Item Weight||6.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.5 x 5.9 x 3.2 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.5 x 5.91 x 3.19 inches|
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Rosewill Glacier Series Continuous 80 Plus Bronze Certified Semi-Modular Design ATX12V/EPS12V 850W Power Supply Glacier 850M
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- Wattage: 850W. 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified
- Active-PFC with auto AC-input voltage adjustment(110-240V)
- Single strong 12V rail - ideal for gaming system
- SLI & Crossfire ready - 4x 6+2pin connector
- Silent 135mm fan with auto fan speed control
- Aero-diversion design on the fan further reduces the temperature inside of PSU
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Rose will Glacier Series 850W Continuous 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Semi-Modular Design Power Supply
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The power supply is really quiet. Basically silent in my setup. I can't hear anything. It might be my case, but even still, the thing is really awesome when it comes to the fan. I have a 4GHZ system, I have the Nvidia GTX1080, DDR3 RAM, M.2 flash drive, water cooler for the CPU, etc. This power supply has no trouble with my setup. I was worried that I needed 1000 watt+ supply, but this 750 Watt handles it without issue.
It really seems to be the Cadillac of power supplies. (That is meant to be a good thing)
Pros: Nearly silent, if not completely silent (at least in my setup). Individual cables connect and disconnect, so you only use the cables that you need. It comes with a case to hold the unused cables, and has several of every type of cable I have ever seen or imagined. You will have all the cables you need with this, that's for sure.
Cons: I haven't found a con yet, this is an awesome supply, really classy.
-Semi-modular. Use only the cables you need and avoid clutter.
-80-plus bronze. In my research before buying a PSU, 80-plus bronze seems to be the sweet spot where you get the most bang for your buck (or at least I did with my personal application). As you climb the 80-plus rankings, efficiency goes up, but cost goes up even more. Lower than 80-plus bronze, wasted power could cost you more money in the long run than upgrading the PSU to a more efficient unit.
-Very quiet, as in I can't even tell it's there. Unless you have an otherwise silent rig, there is no way you will hear this PSU over your other components.
-The cables, while having a very handy flat form factor, are a little stiff for my taste.
-SLI/Crossfire is probably not happening with this unit. Only 2x 6+2 PCI pins. I don't think there would be a problem with linking up two GPUs that only require one 6+2 connector, but I would venture to guess that most people interested in running a dual GPU setup are running power hungry cards. Overall, if you want to run dual GPUs, I wouldn't recommend this PSU.
MSI H81M‑P33 MoBo
Strix R9 390x
6 SATA drives
3 case fans
Bluray burning Drive
Never runs loud or hot, love the glow! More than enough for the high end of the Mid range tower, just under l33t status. Will be using it in my next SLI setup as well.
Moral of the story is that these 80+ certified power supplies with the fancy new bells and whistles do make quite a difference, so if you are sitting on a power supply from the Core2Duo days, you may want to look at upgrading. It will pay for itself.
-Quiet and Cool performance; the fan runs even when the power draw is very low but it is extremely quiet. When the psu is placed under 60% load the fan speed increases but the volume difference is not noticeable.
-6 X 6+2 PCIe power connectors; this was the main thing I was looking for to run all of my GPU's.
-80+ Bronze; I was looking at other 1000+ watt psu's and they were all double the price of this because of their 80+ Gold rating. For my needs I only need this PSU to run for a year before mining becomes too difficult and it is time to sell all my hardware.
-Black non see through cable sheathing; the sheathing looks very nice however I would still prefer flat black cables instead.
-The PSU in the first couple of days of operation made this non stop clicking noise when it was connected to wall power with and without load. I was kind of worried but it went away after a week. I would have returned the PSU but every day lost is potential money to be made.