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Sharkoon Announces SHA350M Bronze 350 Watt Semi-Modular PSU


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Sharkoon introduces a new power supply series for PC users and gamers, designed for budget-conscious customers looking to score points within the price-performance range. Starting off is the SHA350M Bronze 350 Watt PC power supply. Models in 450 Watt and 550 Watt will follow shortly. The Sharkoon SHA350M Bronze is equipped with a modular connector system, complies with ATX specification ATX 12V V2.3 and also supports the latest Intel and AMD processor systems. It provides an effectiveness of over 80 percent and is 80 PLUS Bronze? certified.

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Nice if it really is bronze certified. Still more interested in the 360 watt seasonic gold
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Yeah, but nice they're giving us a more low power, while efficient options! Perfect for the M-ATX Micro-Tower with APU builds. Interestingly it’s a dual rail? Corsair came out with their CX430M modular, it’s a little extra on watts (heat/noise), and pricey for what you need for such petite builds. If this comes in at the $45-50 USD, I’d get this over that Corsair.

I’ll say it again... Corsair needs a really nice Micro-Tower case that includes a quality modular 350W Bronze PSU that's silent. Tailored looms that are almost prearranged to tie-down in specific routes that work with most M-ATX mobo connector locations, all neat and tidy. Not a box for some supposed gaming card, but nice business class box that offer that little extra style/flair to make it not appear as you went with the stodgy corporate procured Dell or Lenovo. Something that stays in like a $60-75 price range, I think in the coming year(s0 there might be a boom for such machine from more boutique builders.