Connectors: 1x 20+4pin Main Power, 1x 4+4pin CPU Power, 2x 6pin PCI-Express; 4x 15pin SATA, 4x Peripheral, 1x 4pin FDD
Dimensions (WxLxH): 5.50 x 6.00 x 3.50 inch / 14.0 x 15.2 x 8.89 cm
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Reviewed by Anonymous from Golden Valley, AZ on 04/07/10
Their customer support is fast to reply. Nice black matted finish. 12v power connector, and 12v main power connector wrapped in black, looks clean.
Get fluctuations in power, but was informed +|- 10% is acceptable for them. Thought that was a bit high myself. Fluctuations under load or idle, and every few cycles its doing it.
Go with a established psu provider within the same price range. Still iffy on this -|+ 10%
Reviewed by wendell a seawright from salome, AZ on 01/13/10
This Coolmax CTI-700B Dual-Fan works great on my Gigabyte GA-A785GMT-UD2H.
Plenty of power for all my games and runs cool.
This power supply will run most computers and all the great games.
Reviewed by Techside from Kent, WA on 09/24/10
Cheap, pretty good name, plenty of power. All the plugs i needed. Dual fan. Triple rail. It powered a 940 Quadcore, 4 gigs of ram, 4 hard drives and a GForce 260 oc and never hiccuped once.
Owned for almost a year to the date. Last night while idle i heard 2 very loud pops. System was completely dead. Swapped PS with other computer, and it all powered back up. Conclusion....PS is toast. Although no visible burns or exploded CAPS,
I baby my equipment, and constantly keep it dust free. Not sure why this PS went POP. Out of 10+ systems i have built, this is the only PS that ever failed. 10 cents a Watt is pretty good gauge for quality. This was a bit cheaper than that at $50 so i got what i paid for i guess.