There is no life without energy – and the computer does not work.
In our previous post, we looked at the components designed to dissipate the heat generated by the processor, now let’s look at some of the components that actually farm at the other end of the process: the power supplies. We can choose this according to a variety of principles: some swear by oversizing, so they offer 800-900 watt power supplies even for office PCs, with a 10-year or more warranty and tear-jerking prices. Others, after compiling the entire configuration, prefer to spend on it from their remaining, tight budget, so they choose from products from completely unnamed, unknown sources. Neither is the best method (although obviously with the first we can shoot less with it, we’ll burden our wallet at most): the golden mean is better, for which AeroCool also has some solutions.
The AERO Bronze family now introduced is rated 80 Plus Bronze, so it has an efficiency of at least 88% at 50% load – in light of this, it’s worth choosing the model that fits the performance of your PC. The family consists of two series, one of which is modular and the other is fixed-wired – the former offers a solution to meet our energy needs from 550 watts to 850 watts, and the latter from 750 watts. Of course, modular versions are a bit more expensive, but if this design is important for the design or ventilation of the interior of your house, you can choose from here, for example. 550, 650 obsession 750 watts model.
Aero Bronze 750M [+]
In parallel with the performance, the number of available connectors also increases: in addition to one ATX and EPS connector, we have five SATA, four molex and two 6 + 2-pin PCIe connectors for the 550 watt power supply, but for the 650 this set is a SATA, and the 750 comes with an additional EPS and two PCIe plugs. They all offer a single 12-volt branch that can be loaded with 540, 648, and 744 watts, respectively.
From fixed wiring version 500, 550, 600, 650, 700 and 750 watts you can choose from performance. For these, only the cable fastening is different, there is no difference from the modular versions in terms of available connectors and load capacity.
Aero Bronze 750 [+]
The quality of the power supplies is unlikely to be affected, thanks to the Japanese-made capacitors, which can withstand temperatures of 105 ° C, and the various protection systems (OVP, UVP, OPP, SCP, OCP, OTP), and the quiet operation depends on the load. provides a 12 cm speed fan. Although the manufacturer has supplied 80 Plus Bronze plecsnii with its products, it claims that the efficiency can sometimes be even better than the 80 Plus Silver EU rating.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – PROHARDVER! by prohardver.hu.
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