PCIe 6+2-Pin Connectors
Molex 4-Pin Connectors
+3.3V@20A, +5V@20A, +12V@54A, -12V@0.3A, +5VSB@3A
- 20 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build Custom loop InWin 303, silent overclocked, EVGA Hydro Copper 1080ti
Effectively silent at any load, comes with good looking and high quality cables. I didn't feel the need for custom cables.
- 17 points
- 23 months ago
from completed build Pampered Ryzen
This power supply just fit in the SG10 case. The modular connectors made it possible to route all of the cables. It seems well built, hopefully it will last a long time.
- 8 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build First PC Build! Project: Aorus #1
The original plan is to get Seasonic Prime 650W+80 Gold, but when I arrived at the store to get the parts that I ordered, the staff failed to see the Gold rated so me wasting no time went with the Titanium one. I must say it damaged my wallet and affected my budget but atleast I have more peace of mind knowing my PSU is Titanium rated so it has better efficiency. Seasonic makes really good PSU and offers an attractive warranty period, truly a bang for the buck!
- 5 points
- 27 months ago
from completed build Venit Hiems - Winter Has Come
The PSU itself is great. However I bought some third party power SeaSonic-compatible cables (from BitFenix) so I could get blue colored cables to match my buiuld theme. Mistake! The BitFenix GPU power cable (PSU - PCIe 6+2 cable) was configured slightly differently than the SeaSonic PSU - PCIe 6+2 cable. As a result the PC would not post since the GPU was receiving no power. I consulted Asus Tech Support and RMA'd the GPU. Installed the same GPU with same result 2nd time. At this point Asus phone tech support told me this card needed 850W minimum PSU which was a load of hooey (the phone rep got really snotty when I told him the card spec was for 120W max, not 850W!!!). Long story short - I finally figured out it was the BitFenix GPU power cable. Worked like a charm when I switched back to the SeaSonic cable. Let the buyer beware...