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Cooler Master - Elite V2 550W ATX Power Supply

( 2.4 Average / 7 Ratings )



Cooler Master

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550 Watts






> 75%

PCI-Express 6+2-Pin Connectors


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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


deoleedens 8 points 32 months ago
from completed build My First Custom Pc

Has enough power to do his job.

thespeedy905 9 points 23 months ago
from completed build Sorta Expensive, Discounted Build

Hasn't died on me yet, that's a relief. Wished it was modular though, that way Cable managing would be easier.

P4rth 8 points 21 months ago
from completed build A Friends Build// Underdoge

UGLY cables, there should be a better alternative for the price!

OllieManMan 23 points 19 months ago
from completed build First Time Family Dragon


Don't bother. It didn't brake but everything about it feels cheep. To the point that I replaced it quickly. Even if your peak power is lower than 400w, this supply will make so much noise it drowns out 8 fans, an old HD and a 390 gpu and sounds like it will die any second or set you house on fire. WHILE IDLE! yup.

also ugly nasty stiff feeling cables. There are many more reviews out there on just how loud this thing is. Its like a joke. Like they used the parts to make this thing from the old noisy vacuum cleaners we all threw away years ago.

Tetsuclaw 15 points 7 months ago
from completed build Black Ice HTPC

Max system power draw is ~100w so this PSU is complete overkill. I was forced to replace the PSU in my old HTPC last year when the fan died in the old one. As this PSU is not that old I decided to use it in this PC and not buy another. This was super cheap after mail in rebate and does the job fine.