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Aero Cool Integrator 600W 80+ PSU

CCL Code: PSU0675
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Manufacturer Code: AI 600W
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Manufacturer: Aero Cool
Aero Cool Integrator 600W 80+ PSU

Key Features:

  • 4x Molex Connectors
  • 7x SATA Connectors
  • 2x PCIe Connectors (6+2-Pin)
  • 4 + 4-Pin CPU Power Connector
  • ATX Form Factor

Delivery Options (from £4.99)

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£36.94

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Aerocool launched brand new Integrator power supply series aim to mainstream computing systems. Numbers of SATA connectors for RAID storage, up to 85% efficiency for power saving, and single +12V rail for extreme CPU/GPU power consumption. Good DC quality with lower ripple and noise, and fully protect functions to guard your components in system. No more headache to install by long 20+4P and 4+4P up to 550mm

Features

  • Black Outlook - Elegant black PSU casing with fully black mesh cables.
  • ATX12V ver.2.31 - Compliant with ATX12V Ver.2.3.
  • High Efficiency - High efficiency PSU - up to 85% in efficiency.
  • Single 12V Rail - Single 12V rail for high compatibility and extreme high current output.
  • Long Cabling - Main cable length up to 550mm is easy for high-end tower chassis installation.
  • Two PCIe - Two PCIe 6+2pin connector for mid-range graphic card.
  • 7 SATA - Up to 7 SATA connectors supports for numbers of hard drives.
  • 12cm Silent Fan - 12cm silent black fan with smart thermal fan speed control circuit.
  • Fully Protection - Fully protection functions with OVP/UVP/OPP/SCP/SIP.
  • Fully Safety - Safety and EMC certified by CE and TUV.
  • ECO friendly - ECO friendly by RoHS and Erp 2013 directives.

PSU Specifications


AC INPUT: 100-240 VAC 4.5A 47-53Hz

DC
Output
Max

+3.3V

+5V

+12V1

-12V

+5VSB

20A

17A

46A

0.3A

2.5A

600W



Connectors




20+4 Pin Main Connectors:

1

4+4 Pin 12V Connectors:

1

SATA Connectors:

7

4-Pin Molex Connectors:

4

6+2 Pin PCI-e Connectors:

2

Floppy Drive Connectors:

1


Dimensions:

150mm x 85mm x 140mm (W x H x D)

Input Voltage:

100-240 VAC

Input Current:

4.5A

Input Frequency Range:

47-53Hz

PFC:

Active PFC (>.99)

Power Good Signal:

100-500 ms

Hold Up Time:

>17ms

Efficiency:

> 81% (85% max)

MTBF:

> 100,000 Hours

Protection:

OVP / UVP / OPP / OTP / SCP / SIP

Power:

600W

Operation Temperature:

0-40°C

Safety:

CE/FCC/TUV/CB

Cooling:

12cm Fan

Noise:

< 26 dBA


General Specifications




Manufacturer Part Number:

ACP-I600HG

EAN Number:

 

Has Mains Plug:

Yes

Unit (Product) Dimensions (mm):

150mm x 85mm x 140mm (W x H x D)

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Interfaces/Ports

SATA Connectors 7
CPU Connectors 1x 4+4-pin
PCI Connectors 2x 6+2-pin
Motherboard Connectors 1x 20+4-pin
Molex Connectors 4
Floppy Connectors 1

Electrical

Power Cord No

Physical

In The Box Power Supply

Item Details

Manufacturer Aero Cool
Manufacturer Code AI 600W
EAN 4713105953244
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the Aerocool Integrator 600W PSU?

Q: Will this work with an AMD A8-7600 CPU and an MSI A68HM-E33 V2 (MS-7721)(P0) motherboard and an Asus Nvidia Geforce GTX 760 graphics card?
Answer by Website User on 20th January 2017
Yes, this PSU will work fine with your setup.
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Q: Will this run a GTX 1070 Gaming X?
Answer by Dan on 29th December 2016
Yes, this would be able to run a GTX 1070 without issue. -Danlevan
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Q: Would this be able to run your CCL Alpha Bulldozer Motherboard Bundle & a GEFORCE GTX 670 windforce x3 2gb?
Answer by Dan on 8th September 2015
Yes, this would be fine for that motherboard bundle and graphics card. -Danlevan
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