Seasonic X-560 unidad de funte de alimentación - Fuente de alimentación (560W, Over current, Over power, Over voltage, Cortocircuito, Under voltage, ATX, Negro)
Descripción del producto
Color del producto: Negro
Conector de energía EPS (8-pin): Si
Conector de poder ATX (20 pin): Si
Conector de poder floppy: 1
Conector de potencia ATX (24 pines): Si
Conectores de poder (4 pin) periferales (Molex): 5
Conectores de poder PCI Express (6 pin): 2
Conectores de poder PCI Express (8 pin): 2
Factor de forma: ATX
Número de conectores de energía SATA: 8
Potencia nominal: 560W
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Seasonic has a reputation of reliable and good PSU designs and the X-560 continues that path. They also manufacure PSUs to other brands like Corsair. Though not all Corsair PSUs are from high quality manufacturers like Seasonic. I have had the Corsair 650TX (not the v2 model though) made by Seasonic for 2 years and is a well performing device. If you want to check who is the likely manufacturer of your PSU or the one you are thinking of buying then Google "tomshardware psu manufacturers" and you should get the first hit as a link to the article showing the real manufacturers of the PSUs.
While being a bit modest on the power rating compared to many other >700W models this is a high quality and high efficiency device suitable for systems with a single graphics card. Seasonic has also higher rated systems (better suited for dual or higher graphics card solutions) but if there is no need for it then it does not give the optimum bang for the buck for your hard earned money.
The removable cables help the assembly in a chassis with limited space. Still almost all cable connections are needed if the system housing is such that the hard drives and the optical devices (SATA or PATA) are located on the upper and lower side of the system. The PFC requirement also makes sure that this device works both in 110V and 230V range without manual switches (and it surely works in 230V) . The length of the warranty is a good bonus also indicating the high quality although I hope I do not have to use it ever.
Based on the own Seasonic experiences and also the internet reviews this model has good price/performance ratio at the time of writing this review and therefore highly recommended. To be sure of your own choice, search the internet with "Seasonic X-560 review".
The box is very elegant as is the velvet bag that the power supply comes in and the bag the cables come in. I do, however, feel like they did not need any of this and it would have saved the consumer a few bucks.
Now onto the unit itself, it powers an overclocked (power hungry) i5-760, a GTX 560, one ssd, one hdd, and one dvd drive. I know for a fact that this is not stressing out the unit at all as the fan rarely spins (it say when the total load is at about 20% of the rated wattage the fan will spin), but I know that this unit could power almost any single GPU setup with ease. The power supply feels heavy and like it is made of very high quality materials, which is the reason I like it more than the NZXT, which the outer casing in the front seemed too flimsy for my tastes.
The amount of cables it comes with for a 560w power supply seem more than adequate, aside from pci-e it has about the same number of molex/sata connectors as my 750w PSU. I really like that it comes with a variety of the same cables (it has a 2-molex cable and a 3-molex cable) because they help reduce cable clutter in the case.
Overall I am extremely pleased with this unit, except for one (small) thing:
The 20+4 pin connection that goes into the power supply is weird, I plugged it in and it locked, but when I turned on my PC for the first time with this PSU only the fans would spin. I thought that I had killed something so I started troubleshooting. The problem was being caused by that 20+4 pin connection not being all the way in. I wound up unplugging everything and then re-plugging every thing back into the unit and the PC fired right up.
Seasonic makes some of the best power supplies
5 year warranty
Nice variety of cables
Silent under light loads (great for HTPCs)
Extremely quiet when fan is spinning
Price, but for what you get I think it is worth it.
Plugs might not be all the way in (which could have been me just being too afraid to push hard).
For the review I read before purchasing this unit, google "Jonnyguru x560"
The computer has also had occasional reboots while I'm not using it. I don't know whether they're caused by power supply issues or something else.
Not the most eco-friendly. Those ballistic nylon bags? In the trash. They're of little use after installation.