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Yes it is powerful enough just make sure the case for the pc is big enough as there is a large amount of stray cables
By Chris Lever on 27 December 2014
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It comes with 2 eight pin pci's
By Desmond J. on 15 February 2016
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Semi modular comes with a few non removable cables. usually the 24 pin connector and a few sata . as for modular it usually comes with no cables in the slots but you can buy the cables you need or sometimes they'll come with the psu. modular also means that you'll save a lot of space by not having cables in your case t… see more Semi modular comes with a few non removable cables. usually the 24 pin connector and a few sata . as for modular it usually comes with no cables in the slots but you can buy the cables you need or sometimes they'll come with the psu. modular also means that you'll save a lot of space by not having cables in your case that you don't need. make it more neat. see less
By nathan watts on 25 February 2014
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Yep it did
By Ben gooding on 03 November 2014
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I don't see why not, however, it depends on what else you have in your system. I recommend you use this site for a more accurate answer: http://powersupplycalculator.net/
By Levente P. on 10 March 2015
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As standard it comes with six. That's two cables with three on each. Plus there is a cable with four Peripheral four pin outlets which can be converted with adaptors at extra cost from else where.
By Graham A. Traves on 17 May 2014
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Yeah it does have two 6 pin PCI-E connectors which are required for an R9 270X. I have an R9 290 running off it right now.
By H.P. on 10 February 2015
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Should be fine mate. I'm running an FX 8350 @4.62GHz with the dual x model of your card without any trouble
By Amazon Customer on 08 December 2014
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Hello there, I'm from the US and I am sure this PSU will work on 110V. Read on to understand why: A switching-mode power supply does not need a switch to accept a range of power, in fact it does not need a switch by design. Switching-mode means the power supply automatically switches the input on and off to provide a c… see more Hello there, I'm from the US and I am sure this PSU will work on 110V. Read on to understand why: A switching-mode power supply does not need a switch to accept a range of power, in fact it does not need a switch by design. Switching-mode means the power supply automatically switches the input on and off to provide a consistent output. For efficiency the supplies can already switch fast enough to accept the higher voltage at the similar frequency (230V at 50Hz AC). If the power supply has a switch it is a different kind of power supply called a linear power supply. Linear power supplies are much less efficient than switching-mode for most applications so you likely do not want one of those. The UK in the model number is because it comes with a cord with a UK plug. You can plug a NEMA plug (US plug) and use it with this supply. While this is pretty much the rule for all computer power supplies if you want to make sure you can then look at the specs printed on the side of the supply or find its specs. see less
By Karen Kent on 26 February 2016
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I would have recommended a EVGA SuperNova 850W G2 as an alternative to this psu. ^_^
By Swatarianess on 22 August 2015