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EVGA - 400 W ATX Power Supply

( 4.0 Average / 27 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

EVGA

Part #

100-N1-0400-L1

Type

ATX

Wattage

400 W

Modular

No

Efficiency

75% Typical

Output

+3.3V@18A, +5V@17A, +12V@30A, +5VSB@2A, -12V@0.3A

PCI-Express 6+2-Pin Connectors

1

PCI-Express 6-Pin Connectors

1

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Reviews

SpecificAlduin 16 points 46 months ago
from completed build Budget Gaming PC (First Build)

Nice brand, supplies what advertised. CPU power cable was a bit short though. Had to run ut up under the GPU and WiFi card

Jajvert 20 points 36 months ago
from completed build Low budget/ghetto gaming PC

Before I get complaints about using a low quality PSU that will blow up my PC, I'll say one thing- it'senough. 360W on the 12V sounds pretty anemic, but according to PSU calculators and tests of a very similar system (860K, 270X) I would still have about 50W of headroom at full load. There's also the fact that it was $16 :)

gugu96 7 points 36 months ago
from completed build X3 440 Downgrade

2 years warranty instead of 3, full load calculated at 25 degrees (instead of 40 or 50), yet has 6 pins and 8 pins PCIe for your graphic card. 30 amps on 12v. Giving 4 stars for the features and because I'm happy today otherwise I'd give 3 stars because I had one to die within 2 weeks of use.

FaultyOdds 9 points 35 months ago
from completed build Amazing $215 pc Almost all new
Firewalp 20 points 32 months ago
from completed build Shyanne

A cheap, yet reliable brand that I trust. Virtually silent!

Raratah 43 points 31 months ago

It works. It's cheap. No problems.

WAR_LORD 5 points 31 months ago
from completed build First Gaming PC

Power supply was great but I could've went for 430 watts for$3 more but i wanted to save some money to buy better parts like a better GPU No regrets with this PSU though.

bluerazor52 8 points 30 months ago
from completed build Project 31

It's an O.K. PSU I don't like the look of the cables (Red,Yellow,Black) And I had a hard time getting them to reach the Plugs near the top of the mobo.

tylerdami 11 points 29 months ago
from completed build $200 720p Challenge

So far so good. Inexpensive and EVGA brand.

I do recommend spending the extra 5$ on the 430 watt version. Much better internals and cables are sleeved. The 400 watt also has short 24-pin connector. I only bought because I was limiting cost - I would not run this PSU at the rated capacity for long.

PigWithAMustache 14 points 29 months ago
from completed build The Dank Meme Sausage Machine

It does what's advertised, knocked off a star because no sleeved cables except for the 24 pin.