Maximum Power!Give your PC the power it needs to run an extreme PCI Express video card so you can play all the "hottest" extreme PC games! This A-Power 900-Watt ATX power supply features PCI Express power connectors so you can provide the "juice" needed to run demanding video cards.With six SATA power connectors you can connect high speed SATA drives with ease! The large 140 mm fan quietly cools off the A-Power 900-Watt ATX power supply so you can keep going and going and going!Whether you're building a top-notch gamers system or looking for more power for your PC, you won't want to pass up on this A-Power 900-Watt ATX power supply!
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
A good bang for you buck.
from Montebello CA,
About Me Heavy Duty User
Comments about A-Power AK 900W 20+4-pin ATX Power Supply w/SATA, PCIe & 8-pin +12V Connector (Black):
I am not kidding this PSU has so much power. Make sure you have the corect Molex Power Adapter Cables that run to your gaming card cause this PSU has true power. I been running this PSU since 2/9/2011 and it is still running smoothly.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Central, NE
I do not recommend this PSU, I bought my first one and it worked great for about six months, then it stopped working and it would shut off and turn on several times (I could tell because my cathode lights flashed and my HDD would stop and start again, and my PC would stop working) in about five seconds, the power supply also would short out when you tapped on it. Then Geeks.com did a great job getting me an RMA replacement, but the next one just died last Friday and my PC will not boot now.I will mention that the first PSU I got had fried both my motherboard and RAM. So I had to get RMA replacements of 8GB worth of RAM and my expensive ASUS motherboard because of this PSU.I have nothing against Geeks.com, they did all they could (and needed to) with both PSUs.However tempting this PSU is to you, DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY! this PSU is not reliable and will most likely burn up you components and just turn into a hassle.I don't mean to rant, but this is very upsetting to go through two PSUs, and get my PC components burned up because of a cheap PSU. I am letting you know so you don't buy this and end up with a pain in the rear like I did.Don't cheap out on your PSU!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend