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|Item model number||RD400-2-SB|
|Item Weight||4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.5 x 7.3 x 4.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||9.5 x 7.3 x 4.4 inches|
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Rosewill Stallion Series 400W ATX 12V v2.2 Power Supply ATX12V 400 Power Supply RD400-2-SB
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- Supports ATX12V v2.2 standard
- Supports both Intel and AMD Systems
- Dual 12V rails provide independent reliable power
- 120mm Single Fan with Smart Temperature Sensor
- 20+4 pin main connector for universal motherboard compatibility
- Mesh sleeving on all cables for easier cable routing and better ventilation
- Built-in inrush current, over temperature/current/voltage protection circuits
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In today's power hungry world you need a PSU that can deliver and the Rosewill RD400-2-SB does. With 400W of total output power there's plenty of juice for the most demanding situations. Dual 12V rails with 27 amps of power provide plenty of independent, reliable power. As in all cases, being well connected is of major importance, and sprouting from the housing are a multitude of mesh wrapped cables to connect all your components. The mesh wrapping keeps things neat and helps to promote better airflow and cooling. Universal motherboard connectivity is ensured with the 20+4 main connector and 4/8 pin EPS connector. All these are enclosed in a flat black housing with multitudinous ventilation holes and a 120mm cooling fan. The smart temperature sensor intelligently adjusts the fan speed according to the system temperature for minimized operation noise.
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My first custom PSU and it works well, gets the job done. Great solid PSU.
Like most, I probably would've bought an EVGA one but I told myself, "Why not?" and well here we are.
Had it running good for a few months, very quiet compared to everything else.
Installed fairly quickly and powered up instantly.
The amount of connectors is nice but anyone using a GPU that needs more than 6-pins may need to look elsewhere.
The power supply works, so I can't give it one star, but I really want to because this is ridiculous. Add an extra inch so I can plug in this one cable! Never buying Rosewill again!!
It bolted right into a standard size ATX case. But you want to check your case, and the necessary power supply size, carefully. You must have a power supply that fits your case--or do some difficult cutting and fitting.
The wiring harness has braided covers, which is nice, and the braid has some colored threads running through it, which is even nicer. Makes it easier to see what's what down in there.
The wires are long enough for an ATX case noprob, and there are enough connectors for, I think, almost any purpose. But of course the number and kind of connectors is something to check carefully. The Rosewill (.com) site is the place for this, they give full information about the size of the unit, and the connectors on the wiring harness.
I suppose the fan does make some noise. How could it not? But if it does it's the quietest fan in my case.
As it turns out, some gurus consider Rosewill power supplies to be a best kept secret. My experience suggests that's true. And by the way, the unit was well packed in a box with some other items, and arrived quickly.
It didn't align well with the cutout for my no-name case, but no deductions for that. Do wish the pictures amazon displays for all PSUs were more complete so you can put together a comprehensive 3D perspective of how the switches, fan(s), and cables will line up. Very much hit and miss. So mechanically, the mounting was a miss, but I drilled a new hole and in a stationary desktop will live with it.
Fan is reasonably quiet, as in normal sound/noise.
Knocking a star off because I had to buy an ATX12V 4-Pin P4 CPU Power Extension Cable because the supplied cable would not reach on a microATX motherboard... now that's to short!