A high performance and reliable upgrade or replacement power supply for desktop PCs.
The StarTech.com Professional series of power supplies provide a high-quality and reliable upgrade or replacement option for a variety of Intel or AMD-based ATX desktop computer systems. Compliant with the industry standard ATX specification and using the standard ATX form-factor, this power supply (PSU) can be used as a replacement or upgrade in a variety of popular OEM desktop systems.
Conforming to ATX revision 2.03, this power supply features a 20-pin ATX power connector and 6-pin AUX power connector, for support for older, legacy computer systems, as well as some newer, low powered systems with it''s ATX12V connector. High quality components and a built in 80mm dual ball-bearing cooling fan lend to a durable, heavy duty and reliable power supply, while being backed by StarTech.com''s 3 year warranty and free lifetime technical support.
Week two and still fine.
Does what it is susposed to do7/18/2007
Out of the box it took less than 5 mins to install. It actually runs cooler than the original power supply that came with my generic case so my bedroom stays cooler. It also seems just a tad bit more quiet as well. I replaced a 350 watt with this 300 watt but see no differnce.
MODIFICATIONS ARE SOMETIMES NECCESSARY1/22/2007
My orignal power supply was only 120 watts...I knew it would be a tight fit...it was too big, so I created an "external" power supply with two 2" velcro stips and mounted it on top of my tower case...it works great...note: even though the 3-pin socket is missing (normally plugs into the motherboard for temperature control), it is not needed because the 300 watt power supply has its own built in temperature control for its 3-speed fan.
Fits many systems10/6/2006
This unit will fit in a wide variety of cases and comes with wiring to supply nearly all hardware. Includes 24/20 pin adapter and SATA terminal. I have purchased and installed several of them, all with very satisfactory results.
Seems solid enough...8/23/2004
Being in a small town with a less than excellent power grid, we've replaced probably a half dozen power supplies. This is our usual go-to model and we've not had any problems with it.