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Gladiator Computers

450W ATX Power Supply

Stock may vary from item pictured. Retail pictures do not guarantee retail products.

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 24484  
Stock code: POW-ATX-450W
Manuf. code: na
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This 450 Watt PSU features an 8cm fan to help keep your system cool and can simply be installed in almost any casing.
Provides an excellent price to performance ratio enabling the manufacture of reliable systems at a highly affordable price. Specifications: - Switching power supply - Maximum power output: 450W + +3.3V: 18A + +5V: 22A + +12V: 25A + -12V: 0.3A + +5Vsb: 2A - Fans: 1x 80mm
Connectors: - 1x 20 + 4-Pin Molex ATX Power - 1x 4-Pin Molex ATX 12V Power - 4x 4-Pin Molex Peripheral Power - 1x SATA - 1x 4-Pin Berg Connector
Model Number: ATX-450

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer arianet
Warranty Type Aria Warranty Only
Manufacturer Website
Manufacturer Phone 0906 47 00 309
Warranty Period (yrs)1
Aria Warranty Only? Yes

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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brilliant by Cpt. winky

This is another super deal from Aria,it`s basic but does the job brillianty. I have had two Hyper PSU`s fail in the past and this, for less than a tenner is remarkably quiet.

Ideal PSU by Chris W.

An excellent value PSU. Contains a single silent 12cm fan which draws air from the top of the case.

Item covers support for Latest Intel Core2 Duo & AMD Athlon 64/64FX.
Supports Dual Core Systems (Pentium D EE and Athlon64x2) & Dual CPU systems also.

Has the following connectors -

20+4 pin Main Connector.
+12v 4pin Connector.
4x Molex Connectors.
1x SATA Connector.
1x Floppy Connector.


is this psu ok to use with am2 duo core 4800+ processor / motherboard etc,



Response by paulc