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Antec VP450 450W Negro unidad de - Fuente de alimentación (450 W, Sobreintensidad, Sobretensión, Sobrevoltaje, 12 cm, PC, cUL,FCC,CB,BSMI,Gost-R, Negro)
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 86 mm
Ancho: 150 mm
Color del producto: Negro
Dimensiones del embalaje (alto x alto x peso): 230 x 170 x 110 mm
Diámetro de ventilador: 12 cm
Indicadores LED: Si
Peso: 1,5 kg
Peso del paquete: 1,8 kg
Potencia total: 450 W
Profundidad: 140 mm
Utilizar con: PC
Versión ATX: 2.3
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Anyway, the new ANTEC power supply is a very good buy at 40 bucks. Dell and other sites will sell you a wimpy 350 watt power supply for 60 bucks or more. This power supply comes with a 2 year warranty and is quiet and smooth and gives you 450 watts of power. There are two pairs of cpu power connectors, but the Dell motherboard only has room for one. Other than that, replacing the power supply was pretty straight forward. Rather than run the cables back under the tabs in the Studio 540, I opted to use the locking plastic tie that came with the new power supply to bundle them in an out of the way location. The hardest part is removing the old power supply as all of the cables are secured in 3 different tabs/grooves. Once you find all those and release them, you are home free.
ANTEC power supplies have been around for quite awhile and as long as you don't buy a bargain basement model, you will probably have good results with them.
Most power supply units have better efficiency in the idle, and about 80% usage ranges. When a higher efficiency PSU says it is 90% efficient, you can read further to find that this rating is compared to other PSU's standards of efficiency... generally only resulting in that high advertised efficiency when it is above a specific usage level. They usually show that a lower usage will result in similar efficiency to a simple 80+ or 80+ Bronze (or anything lower than the comparison).
For instance, if we install an 800W 80+ Platinum efficiency PSU in a system that consumes only 350W max, the PSU isn't even stretching its legs out. This low usage means the efficiency of a 450W 80+ Bronze would be comparable (potentially better) in this use-case. If you are using more than 80% of that 800W version though... You would experience better efficiency during that above 80% usage. When below that, efficiency drops a decent amount. Read the PSU boxes and look at this on your next PSU purchase.
We purchased these PSUs b/c we wanted to power simple workstations, Pf-Sense boxes, and even with NAS PC designs often constructed for clients. The low power is still more than enough to run 1 SSD, 3-4 HDDs (larger than 2TB ea) an Athlon II x4 630 and an old 6850: 2GB GPU in a Windows Server 2012 or OpenMediaVault environment w/o any issues.
Please ppl... Read more about PSU's when purchasing. We may be tempting to buy the biggest and baddest, but your system and electric bill can benefit significantly from a properly matched PSU. If you are going to underutilize a large wattage, high efficiency PSU under 70% of it's capability... Money is being wasted along with electricity. What is the point of purchasing an expensive, high efficiency PSU if it is not going to fully use its abilities.
Overall, these PSUs are great for simpler, smaller builds. They are not modular, but they deliver solid power at a very reasonable price. I would definitely recommend to those who need a PSU for applications like listed above.
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