- EA-380D Green
- EA 380D
ATX12V / EPS12V
PCIe 6-Pin Connectors
Molex 4-Pin Connectors
+3.3V@20A, +5V@20A, +12V1@17A, +12V2@15A, -12V@0.8A, +5VSB@2.5A
- 16 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build IA (Freak Box for a Friend)
At around $45 retail, it's not a good value for money. Its color scheme doesn't match 99% of builds, it's not modular, it's wires aren't sleeved, it only has one 6-pin PCIe connector, and the box it comes in doesn't even contain a power cord! The only things it has going for it are its 80+ Bronze efficiency and Seasonic internals.
So why do I still like this unit so much? Somebody please tell me!
- 12 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build Warbreaker (Budget HTPC)
Great, quiet power supply for a low-power system. Full wiring can be a pain, but nothing a few zip ties and patience can't handle.
- 10 points
- 39 months ago
from completed build 2011 Build w/ since added SSD. Soon to be replaced.
I have no idea what I needed here except for Wattage so the fact I haven't had any issues gets it a 5 star.
- 9 points
- 48 months ago
from completed build Theseus (first build)
Okay for the money, but I probably should've gotten Corsair CX 430. Non-modular is a pain in the ***.
- 8 points
- 30 months ago
from completed build The Almost #420 Build (gaming for $CAD 430 - $USD 320)
For some reason pcpartpicker doesn't offer the non green version which is just 80 plus instead of bronze. It being a rebranded seasonic PSU, I think this little guy was a steal for only 24 dollars. It is also ancient and might give out at any point and I did test it out on another pc before using but it hasn't and I don't think it'll explode.
(Not a con but I hate cables)
- 7 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Athlon II + GTX 645 in 2019?
Definitely not the best, but for a low power system, it probably won't blow up.