EVGA announces 700B power supply unit

EVGA announces 700B power supply unit

The period around Christmas is the time when many people around the world purchase new computers or parts to upgrade existing machines. However, this is also the time, when most people have extra expenses leaving them short on cash to make hardware purchases. EVGA now offers an opportunity to enjoy both Christmas and new hardware components with a new budget-oriented power supply unit, called 700B – the new PSU will help people on a budget to purchase hardware that requires serious energy coming from the power socket on a nearby wall.

The budget nature of the 700B is clearly visible – the PSU comes with a 80 Plus Bronze rating, and fixed cables but despite this it promises 700W of continuous power and enough connectors for a gaming rig with two mid-range graphics cards or one high-end video card. Speaking of this, the EVGA 700B offers a single +12V rail that can output up to 56A and there are numerous protection features as well against events such as overload, overheat, short circuits, over- and under-voltage and more. The PSU comes with two 6+2-pin PCI-E connectors, a single 4+4-pin EPS connector, a 24-pin ATX motherboard connector and finally nine SATA, three molex and one FDD connectors. A 120 mm fan cools the internals of the PSU, which by the way measures 140 x 150 x 86 mm (L x W x H).

The new EVGA 700B PSU comes with a 3-year warranty. The PSU is priced at just USD 49.99 but this sweet price will last until December 16, when the PSU’s price will go up to USD 75. So if you need a new PSU, maybe it is time to hurry.

Source: EVGA

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