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500W - ATV500 80+ Bronze Cert Power Supply

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• CIT ATV-500W RTL • Single Rail • 1x 6Pin PCie • 4x SATA • 3x Molex • 120mm Silent Fan • 85% Eff • 1Yr Warranty.

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Stock code: POW-TO650-PSUCIT500A
Manuf. code: CIT ATV-500W RTL
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Description:

500W - ATV500 80+ Bronze Cert Power Supply

Designed to conform to the new EuP Lot 6 laws, The CiT Active 85 500W PSU is an 80+ Bronze Certified unit that offers a minimum of 85% performance at 50% load. Ideal for system integrators, this unit features a low noise 12cm fan, a black coated chassis and sufficient cabling to support most entry to mid level system builds.

Features:

• Compatible with Intel ATX 12V v.2.3 and EPS 12V v.2.92 standards
• Single +12v rail provide more stability and safer power output
• Silent FDB 120mm fan for best overall airflow and heat dissipation
• Over voltage protection, Over power protection, Short Circuit protection, Thermal overload cut-off protection
• Safety agency approval: CE, CB
• Low noise and ripple
• This 12V ATX PC Power Supply is the best choice for your Desktop Computer
• 80+ Bronze Certified

Technical Specification:

• Manufacturer: 500W - ATV500 ( CIT ATV-500W RTL )

• Internal +12V Rails: Single Rail
-Rail 1 +12V: 36A
-Rail 2 +12V: N/A
-Rail 3 +12V: N/A
-Rail 4 +12V: N/A
-Rail 5 +12V: N/A
-Rail 6 +12V: N/A
-Rail 7 +12V: N/A
-Rail 8 +12V: N/A
-Max. Combined Output +12V: 36A

• Modular: No
• SLI/CrossFire: No

• Connections:
- 20+4 Pin Motherboard Connector: x1
- 4+4 Pin CPU Connector: x1
- 6 Pin PCIe Graphics card Connector: x1
- SATA Power Connector: x4
- 4 Pin Molex Connector: x3
- FDD Power Connector: x1

• Dimensions (W x H x D mm): 151 x 86 x 141

• What's in the Box:
- Power Supply
- Mounting Screws
- Manual

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer arianet
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website http://www.aria.co.uk
Manufacturer Phone 0906 47 00 309
Warranty Period (yrs)1
PSU Wattage0
SATA Adapters11
4-Pin MOLEX Adapters12
CPU Power Adaptor4+4
Depth0

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Question  Would this PSU be enough? by Fahad

Hi, I wanted to know if this PSU could power an FX-6300 CPU and a GTX 580?

Answer by matthewh on Saturday, April 9, 2016
Hello Fahad, I would personally recommend looking at something a bit higher. nVidia recommends that you use a 600Watt power supply if you were to use that graphics card. If you include your chosen processor you have a potential output of 339Watts.

Question  Can this power supply run this build by Liam

500GB Seagate barracuda 7200rpm sata 3
Gigabyte R7 360 OC 2gb
hyper 212 evo
Amd Athlon 4X 860k
2x 4gb Kingston HyperX Predator
Gigabyte F2A68HM-HD2 AMD FM2+ Micro ATX Motherboard

Answer by shaund on Friday, January 15, 2016
Hi Liam,

Yes that power supply would be fine for those components.

Question  Good replacement ... by Niall

Would this unit be a good replacement for a 500W ATX Win Power SL-8500BTX Switching PC power supply? Thanks in advance.

Answer by shaund on Monday, November 16, 2015
Hi Niall,

Yes this would be a good replacement for that.

amd a6 6400k by leo1827

would this psu work with the amd a6-6400k?

Response by shaund
Yes.

Question  compatibility by Ethanos

Hello, will this psu fit in a Micro ATX Case.
Thanks in advance.

Answer by shaund on Monday, April 13, 2015
Certain Micro ATX Cases have support for a standard sized PSU, it really depends on which case it is.