Would you like to switch to our mobile site? No Yes

CiT Black 650W PSU

  • 3x Molex Connectors
  • 3x SATA Connectors
  • 1x PCIe Connectors (6-Pin)
  • 4-Pin CPU Power Connector
  • ATX Form Factor
CCL Code: PSU0178
Part Number:


£29.31 inc VAT

Quantity Buy

Detailed Specifications

  • Dimensions: 151mm x 86mm x 158mm (W x H x D)
  • Input Voltage: 230V AC
  • Input Current: 10A
  • Input Frequency Range: 50-60Hz
  • Power Good Signal: 150-450 ms
  • Hold Up Time: 1ms-40ms
  • Efficiency: 75%
  • MTBF: 100,000 Hours
  • Protection: OVP / UVP/ OPP
  • Power: 650W
  • Operation Temperature: 45°C
  • Safety: CE / ROHS
  • Cooling: 12cm Fan
  • Noise: < 17 dBA

General Specifications

  • Manufacturer Part Number: 650UB
  • EAN Number: 5055492411204
  • Has Mains Plug: No
  • Colour: Black
  • What's In The Box: PSU, Manual
  • Unit (Product) Dimensions (mm): 151mm x 86mm x 158mm (W x H x D)
  • Packaging Dimensions (mm): 222mm x 170mm x 96mm (W x H x D)
  • Net Weight (KGs): 1.6 KGs
  • Gross Weight (KGs): 2 KGs

Main Features:

  • New Version Ver. 2.2
  • Cooling: 12cm Silent Fan
  • Silent and Better Ventilation
  • ATX 12V Compliant for all Types of CPU and Mainboard
  • Single 12v Rail
  • CE & PFC Approved
Power 650 W
Form Factor Power Supply Unit
Case Colour Black
Pack Quantity 1
Item Details
Manufacturer CiT
Part Number PSUCIT650UB
EAN 8026835065016
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the CIT 650W Black PSU?

Q: Would this power supply be sufficient to power a AMD FX-8350 on a Gigabyte 990X-Gaming SLI Motherboard with an MSI Radeon 480 8GB?
Answer by Website User on 7th February 2017
No, power supplies from CiT, Artic, Sumvision and so on are designed for home systems and really wouldn't be able to handle the demands of a gaming system. For your setup you'd be looking for something with a much better delivery system, such as PSU1263, PSU0816, PSU1374, PSU0716 or similar.
0 customers found this answer helpful.
Post Answer

Share your review.

Website User on 17th September 2014
DO NOT BUY FROM THIS BRAND! PSU's are rated on a tier system - Tier 1 being the worst and Tier 5 the best (more info here: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/answers/id-1804779/power-supply-unit-tier-list.html) CiT is rated at tier 5 being change ASAP. I bought one of these and it died on me in a couple of months...

View More Products Like This