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CiT Active 85 500W 80+ Bronze PSU

CCL Code: PSU0743
Manufacturer Code: CIT ATV-500W
Manufacturer: CiT
CiT Active 85 500W 80+ Bronze PSU

Key Features:

  • 3x Molex Connectors
  • 4x SATA Connectors
  • 1x PCIe Connectors (6-Pin)
  • 4 + 4-Pin CPU Power Connector
  • ATX Form Factor


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Designed to conform to the new EuP Lot 6 laws, The CiT Active 85 500W PSU is an 80+ Bronze Certified unit that offers a minimum of 85% performance at 50% load. Ideal for system integrators, this unit features a low noise 12cm fan, a black coated chassis and sufficient cabling to support most entry to mid level system builds.


AC INPUT: 100-240 VAC 3.5/7A 60/50Hz
+3.3V +5V +12V1 -12V +5VSB
6A 8A 36A 0.5A 2A



  • 1 x 20+4-Pin ATX Motherboard
  • 1 x 4+4-Pin 12V CPU
  • 4 x SATA Connectors
  • 3 x 4-Pin Molex Connectors
  • 1 x 6-Pin PCI-e Connector
  • 1 x Floppy Drive Connector

Main Features

  • Compatible with Intel ATX 12V v.2.3 and EPS 12V v.2.92 standards
  • Single +12v rail provide more stability and safer power output
  • Silent FDB 120mm fan for best overall airflow and heat dissipation
  • Over voltage protection, Over power protection, Short Circuit protection, Thermal overload cut-off protection
  • Safety agency approval: CE, CB
  • Low noise and ripple
  • 80+ Bronze Certified


SATA Connectors 4
CPU Connectors 1x 4+4-pin CPU
PCI Connectors 1x 6-pin PCIe
Motherboard Connectors 1x 20+4-pin ATX
Molex Connectors 3
Floppy Connectors 1 x Floppy


Standards 80+ Bronze Certified
Safety CE • CB


Voltage 100 ~ 240 VAC
Power 500 W
Frequency Range 50 ~ 60 Hz


Operating Temperature 0 ~ 40 °C


Form Factor ATX Power Supply
Case Colour Black
In The Box 500W ATX Bronze Power supply
Width 150 mm
Depth 141 mm
Height 87 mm
Weight 1.3 kg

Key Features

PSU Form Factor ATX
PCI-E Connectors 1
Floppy Connector 1
Motherboard Power Connectors 4 + 4-Pin
PCI-E Pin Type 6-Pin
ETA Efficiency Cert. Not Rated
Lambda Noise Cert. Not Rated
80Plus Rated 80 Plus Bronze

Item Details

Manufacturer CiT
Manufacturer Code CIT ATV-500W
EAN 5055492412409
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the CiT 500W Active 85 80+ Bronze Certified PSU?

Q: Hi, i bought today power suply, but in order status is still Awaiting stock, can you explain whats meaing this word?
Answer by Website User on 6th November 2017
This is because we're awaiting delivery of this product from our supplier. Once this arrives your order would then be shipped.
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Q: Is the 4+4 pin CPU connector long enough for an ATX Casing like the CiT Prism?
Answer by Dan on 10th April 2017
Yes, the 4+4 pin cable will be long enough to use in a full ATX case. -Danlevan
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Q: Just want to clarify the 4 + 4-Pin CPU power will work with an 8-pin CPU power input
Answer by Dan on 7th March 2017
It will, yes. -Danlevan
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Q: Would this work with an MSI A68HM-E33 V2 (MS-7721) (P0) motherboard.
Answer by Dan on 9th January 2017
Yes, it should be fine with that motherboard. -Danlevan
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Q: Would this be compatible with the Palit NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 2GB Graphics Card that you have listed on your website?
Answer by Dan on 17th February 2016
Yes, this would work fine with that card. -Danlevan
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Q: would this run a a fx dual core cpu, 6570hd graphics, 4gb ram, system ?
Answer by Dan on 15th October 2015
It would, yes. -Danlevan
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Q: I purchased this for my system everything is plugged in correct and properly, however when switching the psu power switch on, zero is happening, no noise nothing. could this be a psu problem - the mobo has an LED light on so this makes me think its not that part.
Answer by Dan on 6th August 2015
It could potentially be anything. A faulty motherboard, processor or even RAM can also have similar symptoms. Trying alternatives of as many parts as possible is all I could really recommend to diagnose the fault. -Danlevan
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5 / 5 1 review

Paul Van Dodgio Ibberson

2 weeks ago

no problems....works great