Antec HCG650 Gold. Total power: 650 W, AC input voltage: 100 - 240 V, AC input frequency: 50 - 60 Hz. Motherboard power connector: 24-pin ATX, Motherboard power cable length: 61 cm, SATA power cable length: 450,570,690,810 mm. Purpose: PC/server, Power supply unit (PSU) form factor: ATX, 80 PLUS certification: 80 PLUS Gold. Product colour: Black, Cooling type: Active, Fan diameter: 12 cm. Width: 150 mm, Depth: 140 mm, Height: 86 mm
The latest generation of High Current Gamer Gold power supplies offer unparalleled stability and 80 PLUS® Gold-certified efficiency, thanks to the top-grade Japanese capacitors and Active PFC. Advanced thermal control with the Zero RPM mode enables optimal balance between silence and cooling, and a quiet 120 mm fluid dynamic bearing fan completes the package.
The CircuitShield™ suite of industrial-grade protections ensures that the power delivered to your system is safe and reliable in any environment. If loads of power, high-level engineering and extreme efficiency are what you’re after, the High Current Gamer Gold series is the winner.
High-performance Japanese capacitors ensure the tightest DC stability and regulation, for reliability that you and your system can count on.
PhaseWave™ Design - synchronous rectification based on a DC-DC topology.
A server-class full-bridge LLC design.
The whisper-quiet, fluid-dynamic bearing fan provides high airflow with the durability and longevity that is a signature of Antec quality.
Warranty: 10 years
Our picking, packing and delivery is linked to what you order, where you want it delivered and how you choose to pay, so delivery times can vary. Estimates are provided below to help you shop, but always check your order’s Estimated Delivery Date during checkout for the most accurate delivery information.
|Delivery destination||Delivery time|
|Johannesburg, Pretoria Area||1-3 working days|
|Cape Town, Durban Area||2-4 working days|
|Outlying Areas||3-5 working days|
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