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Power Supply

EVGA - 500 W 80+ Certified ATX Power Supply

( 4.5 Average / 145 Ratings )




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500 W



Efficiency Certification


PCI-Express 6+2-Pin Connectors


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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


MLGdoge 16 points 49 months ago
from completed build Five pounds please!

Decent Non modular Power-supply, sleeving could be of better quality.

Extrodius 17 points 48 months ago
from completed build Extrodius Level 4

PSU works good, although I had a bad experience for a couple weeks where the PSU fan would turn on and be super loud for no reason. That's stopped now though so It's all good now. Although I wish I had bought a modular PSU, these cords are quite a mess.

BioSpark 15 points 48 months ago
from completed build Transformers: HTPC's in Disguise

Cheap and 80+. Probably should have gotten at least Bronze but I'm not doing anything too intensive anyway. Hasn't given me a problem yet.

munodred 26 points 47 months ago

Does the job and allows upgradability.

djharris 5 points 47 months ago

Works completely fine under max load, and very quiet. Cables are long enough for a Mid-Tower but that's about it. And you cant beat it for its price!

cosmicchris5 16 points 46 months ago
from completed build The Challenger!

For $40 I cant complain about this. EVGA has never let me down and continues to impress with this greatly priced PSU.

Numberz123456789 22 points 45 months ago

The perfect power supply for budget builds. For what it offers, it does well.

mr_pepper 23 points 45 months ago

Knocking off a star because the 20+4 PIN connector was a pain to connect to my motherboard. The 4 PIN kept slipping out of the socket as it's not a clip on. Otherwise, the PSU works as advertised.

james_imbriaco 16 points 44 months ago

Gets the job done, easy installation and powers everything quite fine.

Cryova 11 points 43 months ago

Just the typical PSU with enough watts for a nice little basic gaming PC.