Mean Well 252W (Dell DA-2 220W killer)
It is Mean Well 252W, that comes with 6 pins not like Dell DA-2 220W (8 pin) so we have 32W more + we don't need to add reserved/sense pin like for the Dell PSU:
Shopping list cables for every GPU:
|Input Voltage Range||85 → 264 V ac, 120 → 370 V dc|
|Output Voltage Rating||12 V dc|
|Output Current Range||0 → 21A|
|Rated Output Power||252W|
|Output Connection Type||DC Plug|
|Number of Outputs||1|
|Regulator Type||Switched Mode Power Supply|
|Ripple And Noise||120mV Pk-Pk|
|Line Regulation Range||-1 → +1%|
|Load Regulation Range||-5 → +5%|
|Energy Efficiency Level||VI|
|Operating Temperature Range||-30 → +70 °C|
|Protection Features||Over Temperature Protection, Over Voltage Protection, Overload Protection, Short Circuit Protection|
|Maximum Input Current||1.5 A @ 230 V ac, 3 A @ 115 V ac|
|Input Frequency Range||47 → 63Hz|
|Special Features||LED Indicator For Power On, No Load Power Consumption, Universal AC Input/Full Range, 3 Pole AC Inlet|
|Holdup Time||16 ms @ 115 V ac, 16 ms @ 230 V ac|
|Overall Dimensions||220 x 95 x 46mm|
|Power Signal Conversion Type||AC/DC-DC|
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80$? Wow that is expensive. You can get a modular SFX power supply in the 400W range for about the same money. To truly "kill" the DA-2 a power supply not only needs to be slightly more powerful, it also needs to be price-competitive. An 80$ power-brick is not quite that.
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Hi, I agree with Yukikaze. These SFX PSUs, at a comparable price, are smaller and lighter. I've been using a Corsair SF450, and it works beautifully. I mention it because the Silverstone was at the top of the small SFX PSUs, but it's since been surpassed by the Corsair. It has the same premium features like modularity, but is cheaper, quieter, and performs better.
I do believe that Silverstone has recognized this and is coming out with an update to their competing unit soon.
why do i find these things after i buy other stuff lol
Hi, I am doing a build with a GTX760 and I would like use the Dell DA-2, is that good enough?
Dell DA-2 says is 220w, and the GTX760 requires 170w. I am not sure if the remaining 50w is good to run the Akitio PCIe card