Corsair 350 Watt VS350 Standard ATX PSU/Power Supply
CP-9020095-UK - 350W Corsair VS350 Series, 80PLUS Single Rail, 25A +12V, 1x120mm Fan, ATX PSU
Description:The Corsair VS350 is a great choice if you're building a home or office system with lower power demands, but you still demand the compatibility and reliability that Corsair is known for.
The VS350 delivers a guaranteed 350 Watts of continuous power. With 0.99 Active Power Factor Correction, you get the peace of mind from knowing that your components are protected from uneven power delivery. And, a dedicated single +12V rail saves you from the hassle of balancing your components across multiple power cables. The 120mm fan is thermally controlled, so it only spins at maximum speed when it's pushed hard - and even at full load, it's pretty quiet. Smart design features like this are why VS350 offers up to 85% efficiency. Your PC system will generate less heat, and you'll enjoy lower energy bills. The black powder-coated enclosure and the black-sleeved cables give any system a polished look.
You're building a PC, not a battleship, and with the VS350 you can avoid that look of unpainted steel that you'll find on so many entry-level power supplies. VS350 is backed with a three-year warranty, and you get lifetime access to Corsair's legendary technical support and customer service.
-Power Connectors: 1 x 20 +4 pin ATX
-SATA Connectors: 4 x SATA
-CPU Connectors : 1 x 4/8-pin
-PCI Connectors: 1 x PCI-E
-Molex Connectors: 3 x 4-pin
-Berg Connectors: 1 x 4 Pin Berg Connector
-Voltage: 200 to 240 V AC
-Power: 350 W
-Frequency Range: 47 to 63 Hz
-Operating Temperature: 0 to 50 °C
-Form Factor: Power Supply Unit
-Case Colour: Black
-Width: 15.0 cm
-Depth: 8.6 cm
-Height: 14.0 cm
-Warranty: 3 Years Warranty
-Part Number: CP-9020095-UK
|Warranty Type||Direct with Manufacturer|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
|4-Pin MOLEX Adapters||0|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Question by lewis bell
would this power supply be okay in a BitFenix Comrade Midi-Tower - Black Windowed? thk in advance!
Yes this PSU will be fine in that case, make sure you are getting enough wattage for what you are using though, a good resource for calculating PSU requirements is http://outervision.com/power-supply-calculator.