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Antec EA-380GREEN 380W EarthWatts Green PSU - 80Plus Bronze

by Antec

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Antec EA-380GREEN 380W EarthWatts Green PSU - 80Plus Bronze + WD 1TB 3.5 inch Internal Hard Drive - Caviar Blue + LiteOn IHAS124-04 24x SATA Half Height Internal DVDRW Drive - Black
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Technical Details
BrandAntec
Item Weight1.6 Kg
Product Dimensions14 x 15 x 8.6 cm
Item model numberEA-380D GREEN
Wattage380 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB002UOR17Y
Best Sellers Rank 44,247 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.7 Kg
Date First Available16 Dec 2009
  
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Antec 0761345-27384-8 - ANTEC EA-380D GREEN 380w 80+ BRONZE PSU

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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By The bodgemaster general on 12 Jun 2012
Although there is plenty of information about the EA-380D Green on Antec's website (...), I thought it might be helpful to list the main specifications here.

The power supply unit I received has the following outputs:

One 24 pin main motherboard connector. The wires leading to this connector were 500 millimetres long. The 24 pin connector can be cut down to 20 pins if your motherboard only has a 20 pin socket, leaving a four wire separate piece which presumably does not get connected to anything.

Two 4 pin 12 volt motherboard connectors. The wires leading to these connectors were 500 millimetres long.

One 6 pin PCI card 12 volt power connector. The wires leading to this connector were 500 millimetres long.

One SATA power cable with three SATA power connectors, at 500 millimetres, 650 millimetres, and 800 millimetres.

One legacy power cable with three four pin Molex connectors, at 500 millimetres, 650 millimetres, and 800 millimetres, plus a legacy 3.5 inch floppy power connector at 990 millimetres.

One mixed power cable with SATA power at 500 millimetres, SATA power at 650 millimetres, and 4 pin Molex at 790 millimetres.

It appears that the SATA power connectors have all three voltages (12 volts, 5 volts and 3.3 volts) supplied to them.

The output ratings are:

+3.3 volts - 20 amps (current limit at 29 amps)
+5.0 volts - 20 amps (current limit at 35 amps)

maximum continuous power from +3.3 and +5.0 volt outputs added together is 115 watts.

+12 volts output 1 - 17 amps (current limit at 25 amps)
+12 volts output 2 - 15 amps (current limit at 25 amps)

maximum continuous power from the two +12 volt outputs added together is 336 watts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By AluCard IV on 8 July 2012
Bought this second hand from somebody as it was 80+ cert. It is also a branded name. I had read reviews of this power supply elsewhere and so far has it has lived up to the specs. I run 1 cpu C2d, DVD burner, 4850 gfx card and 3 hard disks and a TV tuner card. They are all quite happy with the juice supplied to them. This power supply has only one gfx card connection which is I suppose realsitic. It has, I think, saved me some money as it is far more efficient and quieter than my previous power supply. remember most PC's are in low power or idle mode most of the time. All in all four good stars.
PS Dont buy phillips DVD recorders they are rubbish.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeff on 18 July 2011
Unfortunately the unit that I received is relatively noisy unlike the unit received by a previous reviewer. I'd say it is slightly noisier than the Antec unit it replaced which is a bit disappointing. Other than that it operates fine, just thought I'd point out that my experience hasn't been as good as others.
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I put this in a modified PowerMac G4 Quicksilver case. Dead silent... My ear have to be less than 15 cm away from the fan in order to barely hear it...

System specs are:
Athlon 5350 AM1 APU.
Gigabyte GA AM1M-S2P motherboard.
EVGA Nvidia GT 640 2GB GPU.
8 GB.

Runs CentOS 6.5 fast and efficient! Great for an office/work PC.
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