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ePower 1,000W PSU-Modular $79.99 shipped

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by Flyordie, Dec 7, 2009.

  1. Flyordie

    Flyordie New Member

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    Output +3.3V@28A, +5V@28A, +12V1@20A, +12V2@20A, +12V3@20A, +12V4@20A, +12V5@20A, +12V6@20A, -12V@0.8A, +5VSB@3.5A
    Features
    Connectors 1 x Main connector (20+4Pin)
    1 x 4+4-Pin ATX 12V
    8 x Peripheral
    4 x SATA
    2 x Floppy
    4 x PCI-E
    Features Compatible issue with EVGA X58 MB
    Super Quiet Technology: Smart Fan Control Function Keeps Noise Level Under 22dBA
    Excellent Protection Functions Provide Maximum Reliability: OVP (Over-Voltage Protection), UVP (Under-Voltage Protection), OPP (Over-Power Protection), SCP (Short-Circuit Protection)
    High Energy Power With Low Ripple Noise
    100% Hi-Pot, Chroma & Burn-in Function Tested



    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817101045
     
  2. slyfox2151

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    lol awsom feature :D
     
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    Jump on it guys, it is a Topower. Good quality PSU manufacturer.
     
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    I'm interested in this.
    Going to have a look for some reviews when I get home.

    I'm not commiting to buy yet, but how much shipped to Limerick, Ireland?

    Thanks
     
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    JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting ...

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    Sorry to tell you this ....

    NewEgg is a Canada and US only site. Now I haz a sad. :( Unless you can get someone to drop ship for you!! :D


    I can also vouch for ePower. very good manufacturer and would rate them around the same "quality"-wise as Seventeam.
     
  7. Jstn7477

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    Newegg is also in China. :D

    http://www.newegg.com.cn/
     
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    Do they boast any efficiency rating with this?

    In any case, great price for a modular 1000w power supply from a MFG I have no clue about :laugh: ...but I trust the comments made.
     
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    No review yet for this PSU. How can you tell that it's Topower under the hood?
     
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  10. Jstn7477

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    Newegg says >75%, so I guess it isn't 80PLUS certified. However, Topower makes very good PSUs. I have a Mushkin 800w (Topower) that has been driving >400w contimuously for the last several months, still running great.
     
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    Topower/Epower was originally an OEM manufacturer, and one of the best. I currently own a 2 Topower Zumax PSU's. One a 850w, and a 750w. Very solid power supplies.
     
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    Oh dear! I thought i was in the Buy/Sell forum!

    My bad! :D
     
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    UL file number E130843 = Topower.
     
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    damn, that is a deal!
     
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    Ejunk?
     
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    Nope. I'd say it's just as good as my Silverstone strider and Antec earthwatts, but of course with better amps/watts.
     
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    That looks extremely tempting... If I knew someone in the states, I would try and get someone to buy it and ship it over here. My current power supply makes a horrible noise from the capacitors when I'm Folding full force on my GTX285!
     
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    Your Corsair 650 is making noise?
     
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    Yes indeed.
    It just seems to be strain on the capacitors apparently.
    The GTX285 spec sheet says it needs 42A on the 12V rail in order to function correctly.
    I cant remember exactly what my 650w has on the 12V rail, but its 10-15A less than what the GTX285 apparently requires.
     
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    My previous PSU was an ePOWER 550. Great little PSU for 25 lol. Ran an 8800GTX and e2180 for 7 months with no problems. Replaced it with something modular as the box had quite a few cables running around.

    I only had user errors with it lol
     
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    Nice specs except for efficiency. Rigs running 24/7 is a must and 80+ is required. Nice deal though.:rockout:
     
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    it is 99.99 not 79.99 I am checking it now.
     
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    Still not a bad deal ;)
     
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    Hell yeah. If I had the cash Id snag one up. Not much keen on the 6 12V Rails with 20A on each rail. Wish they had a combine feature like ABS' do.
     
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    Why in the world does it need 6 12v rails?
     

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