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Sparkle Power Inc. 400 Watts ATX12V V2.3 EPS12V V2.92 Switching Power Supply

Sparkle Power Inc. 400 Watts ATX12V V2.3 EPS12V V2.92 Switching Power Supply

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Controls/Indicators Interfaces/Ports Receptacles: 1 x 24-pin ATX Motherboard Plug/Connector: On/Off Switch Environmental Conditions General Information Product Type: ATX12V & EPS12V Power Supply Manufacturer Part Number: R-FSP400-60ETN Manufacturer Website Address: http://www. sparklepower.com Manufacturer: Sparkle Power, Inc Product Name: 400 Watts ATX12V V2.3 EPS12V V2.92 Switching Power Supply Brand Name: Sparkle Power Miscellaneous Green Compliant Yes Green Compliance Certificate/Authority RoHS Physical Characteristics Form Factor: Internal Height: 3.4" Width: 5.9" Depth: 5.5" Power Description Input Voltage: 110 V AC Output Power: 400 W Output Voltage: 3.3 V DC @ 16 A Input Current: 6.30 A @110 V AC/3 A @220 V AC Input Voltage Range: 90 V AC to 264 V AC Number of +12V Rails: 2 Input Voltage Type: AC Reliability MTBF: 100000 Hour Technical Information Efficiency: 92% Protection Type: Over Voltage Number of Fans: 1 Power Factor Correction (PFC): Active Warranty Limited Warranty: 5 Year see more...

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Sparkle Power Inc. 400 Watts ATX12V V2.3 EPS12V V2.92 Switching Power Supply
Sparkle Power Inc. 400 Watts ATX12V V2.3 EPS12V V2.92 Switching Power Supply
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Wayne B.
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I personally wouldn't recommend anyone buying this if you are building a PC or game on the computer. The reason being is because I had a decent branded 500 watt and I did some gaming and it literally blew up on me. Luckily nothing was damaged but I had to go out and find a even higher in watt power supply. Therefore recommend at least 700+ watts the more watts the better as you can have more stuff inside the computer running at once. I have LEDs, graphics card etc in there all running perfectly fine now on 750 watts
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