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Power Supply

Rosewill Lightning 1000 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply

(5 Ratings, 4.2 Average)

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Specifications

Manufacturer

Rosewill

Part #

LIGHTNING-1000

Manufacturer

Rosewill

Form Factor

ATX

Efficiency Rating

80+ Gold

Wattage

1000 W

Modular

Semi

Type

ATX12V / EPS12V

Fanless

No

PCIe 6+2-Pin Connectors

6

EPS Connectors

1

SATA Connectors

10

Molex 4-Pin Connectors

10

Efficiency

87-92%

Output

+3.3V@24A,+5V@24A,+12V@83A,-12V@0.5A,+5VSB@3A

Price History

    Reviews

    iNonEntity
    • 18 points
    • 55 months ago

    from completed build NeoBlue

    The LED lighting is really the standout of this PSU, and mine had one of them not working. I didn't really notice it at first, though, because the LEDs only come on when a cable is plugged into them (other than the fan LED). My CPU power connector was too far for the wire to reach around the back of my case and back up to the pin slot, so now there's an ugly cable running across the front of my board. It is a full-sized case and the pin slot is centered (god knows why), though. So maybe I'm being picky about that. One of the wires inside were bumped up against the fan blades and making an awful racket when turned on, so I had to unscrew the grate and push the wire under one of the edges to prevent it from popping back up. No issues with shorting or any such disasters. Beware of dropping screws into the fan hole. Hasn't happened to me yet, but it looks like it'd get stuck in there good

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