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October 17, 2006 3:18:52 AM

Mushkin HP-550 Enhanced 550W Modular Power Supply

Manufacturer: Mushkin
SKU: 8763
Part No: 550200

Our Price:
$89.95

Product Info

* Mushkin's Enhanced Power Supply line offers the capacity and stability to feed the latest generation of computers with clean, reliable power. With very tight voltage regulation and low ripple, Mushkin power supplies provide the reliability you would expect from a performance leader.

Features

* - Advanced Thermal / Acoustics Design
- RailFusion Technology
- Power Conditioning
- Dual 12V Rails
- VersaPlug Modular Design

Specifications

* Output Voltage: Min. Current / Max. Current +12V1 DC: 0.1 A / 20.0 A
+12V2 DC: 0.1 A / 20.0 A
+5V DC: 0.5 A / 30.0 A
+3.3V DC: 0.3 A / 24.0 A
-12V DC: 0.0 A / 0.8 A
-5V DC: 0.0 A / 0.5 A
+5VSB: 0.0 A / 2.5 A

Total Power:
+12V DC Total: 336W
+5V DC & +3.3V DC Total: 250W
-12V DC / -5V DC / +5VSB: 25W
Total Output: 550W






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SilverStone ST50EF 500W Element Power Supply

Manufacturer: SilverStone
SKU: 7937
Part No: ST50EF

Our Price:
$109.95

Product Info

* Equipped with a new generation of design and components, the Element ST50EF continues SilverStone’s stride toward more efficient power supplies. With higher than 80% efficiency, the ST50EF produces less wasted heat than typical power supplies and allows the included 120mm fan to operate at very low speeds, ensuring quietness at all times. This stable output and efficient characteristics are packed inside an environmentally-friendly casing that is compatible with nearly any ATX casing on the market. If strong power for dual core/dual video card processing and quietness are the main priorities, the Element ST50EF is for you.

Features

* - Efficiency over 80%
- Dual +12V rails for advanced systems
- Dual PCI-E connectors (SLI & CrossFire ready)
- Silent running 120mm fan
- Support for ATX 12V 2.2
- Active PFC

Specifications

* Load Range: Max.(Amps) / Peak (Amps) / Min.(Amps) / Range(%) / Ripple (mVp-p) /
+3.3V: 30A / - / 0.5A / +/-5% / 50mV
+5V: 30A / - / 0.3A / +/-5% / 50mV
+12V1: 18A / 19A / 1.0A / +/-5% / 120mV
+12V2: 18A / 19A / 1.0A / +/-5% / 120mV
+12V3: - / - / - / - / -
+12V4: - / - / - / - / -
+5VSB: 3.0A / 3.5A / 0 / +/-5% / 50mV
-12V: 0.5A / - / 0 / +/-10% / 50mV
-5V: - / - / - / - / -
Combined +3.3, +5V: 210W
Combined +12V: 35A/420W (peak 38A)
Max. DC Output: 500W

Input Voltage: 90V ~ 264V (Auto Range)
Input Frequency Range: 47Hz ~ 63Hz
PFC: Active PFC (PF>0.95 at full load)
Efficiency: Typical >80%
MTBF: 100,000 hours at 25°C, full load
Operating temperature: 0 ~ 50°C
Protection: Over current protection, Over voltage protection, Short circuit, No load operation

Connectors:
- 1 x 24/20-pin motherboard connector (550mm)
- 1 x 4-pin ATX12V connector (550mm)
- 2 x 6-pin PCI-E (550mm)
- 2 x dual SATA power connectors (500mm + 250mm)
- 6 x 4-pin IDE power connector (500mm + 250mm + 150mm)
- 2 x 4-pin floppy power connector
(500mm + 250mm + 150mm +150mm)

Color: black (lead-free paint)
Cooling System: 1x 120mm fan
Noise Level: 21 dBA minimum

Dimension: 150 mm (W) x 86 mm (H) x 140 mm (D
Weight: 2.5 kg

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October 17, 2006 5:27:36 AM

Fortron makes the best power supplies for the money.
All power supplies will blow, get a nice Fortron and save $$$
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