PC Power Supply Units (7 products)

It is essential you use the correct power supply for your computer. Whether you are upgrading, building a new set up, or have a broken supply, we have plenty of high-quality, low cost power supplies available at Ebuyer.

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MSI MAG A550BN UK PSU 550W 80 Plus Bronze certified Sleeved non-modular cable

  • 2x Molex Connectors
  • 5x SATA Connectors
  • 2x PCIe Connectors (6+2-Pin)
  • 4+4-Pin CPU Power Connector
  • ATX Form Factor

£ 59.30  inc. vat

£ 49.41 ex. vat

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MSI MAG A650BN UK PSU 650W 80 Plus Bronze certified Sleeved non-modular cable

  • 2x Molex Connectors
  • 5x SATA Connectors
  • 2x PCIe Connectors (6+2-Pin)
  • 4+4-Pin CPU Power Connector
  • ATX Form Factor

£ 54.99  inc. vat

£ 45.82 ex. vat

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Be Quiet! 600W System Power 9 PSU

  • Rock-solid stability with two strong 12V-rails
  • DC-to-DC technology for tight voltage regulation
  • Multi-GPU support with four PCIe connectors
  • 80PLUS® Bronze efficiency (up to 89%

£ 57.23  inc. vat

£62.33save £5.10

£ 47.69 ex. vat

£51.94save £4.25
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Be Quiet! 700W System Power 9 PSU

  • Rock-solid stability with two strong 12V-rails
  • DC-to-DC technology for tight voltage regulation
  • Multi-GPU support with four PCIe connectors
  • Stand-by drain of less than 0.15 watts

£ 65.39  inc. vat

£ 54.49 ex. vat

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EVGA 80+ Bronze 600W ATX Power Supply

  • Quiet and Intelligent Auto Fan for near-silent operation
  • 80 PLUS Bronze certified
  • 85% efficiency or higher under typical loads
  • 3 Year Warranty

£ 65.91  inc. vat

£ 54.92 ex. vat

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GIGABYTE 650W 80+ Bronze PSU - GP-P650B-UK

  • 650 Watt Power Capacity
  • Single +12V rail
  • 120mm Hydraulic Bearing Fan
  • 100% Japanese Capacitors
  • 3 years warranty

£ 67.61  inc. vat

£ 56.34 ex. vat

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Seasonic G12 GC-650 650W 80+ Gold Wired Power Supply

  • 650W
  • 80PLUS Gold Wired PSU
  • Single Rail
  • 54A +12V
  • Black

£ 84.48  inc. vat

£ 70.40 ex. vat

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MSI MAG A550BN UK PSU 550W 80 Plus Bronze certified Sleeved non-modular cable

  • 2x Molex Connectors
  • 5x SATA Connectors
  • 2x PCIe Connectors (6+2-Pin)
  • 4+4-Pin CPU Power Connector
  • ATX Form Factor

QuickFind: 1413127

Mfr part code: MAG A550BN

£ 59.30  inc. vat

£ 49.41 ex. vat

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MSI MAG A650BN UK PSU 650W 80 Plus Bronze certified Sleeved non-modular cable

  • 2x Molex Connectors
  • 5x SATA Connectors
  • 2x PCIe Connectors (6+2-Pin)
  • 4+4-Pin CPU Power Connector
  • ATX Form Factor

QuickFind: 1413126

Mfr part code: MAG A650BN

£ 54.99  inc. vat

£ 45.82 ex. vat

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Be Quiet! 600W System Power 9 PSU

  • Rock-solid stability with two strong 12V-rails
  • DC-to-DC technology for tight voltage regulation
  • Multi-GPU support with four PCIe connectors
  • 80PLUS® Bronze efficiency (up to 89%

QuickFind: 859749

Mfr part code: BN247

£ 57.23  inc. vat

£62.33save £5.10

£ 47.69 ex. vat

£51.94save £4.25
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Be Quiet! 700W System Power 9 PSU

  • Rock-solid stability with two strong 12V-rails
  • DC-to-DC technology for tight voltage regulation
  • Multi-GPU support with four PCIe connectors
  • Stand-by drain of less than 0.15 watts

QuickFind: 859750

Mfr part code: BN248

£ 65.39  inc. vat

£ 54.49 ex. vat

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EVGA 80+ Bronze 600W ATX Power Supply

  • Quiet and Intelligent Auto Fan for near-silent operation
  • 80 PLUS Bronze certified
  • 85% efficiency or higher under typical loads
  • 3 Year Warranty

QuickFind: 870803

Mfr part code: 100-BR-0600-K3

£ 65.91  inc. vat

£ 54.92 ex. vat

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GIGABYTE 650W 80+ Bronze PSU - GP-P650B-UK

  • 650 Watt Power Capacity
  • Single +12V rail
  • 120mm Hydraulic Bearing Fan
  • 100% Japanese Capacitors
  • 3 years warranty

QuickFind: 862433

Mfr part code: GP-P650B-UK

£ 67.61  inc. vat

£ 56.34 ex. vat

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Seasonic G12 GC-650 650W 80+ Gold Wired Power Supply

  • 650W
  • 80PLUS Gold Wired PSU
  • Single Rail
  • 54A +12V
  • Black

QuickFind: 1287213

Mfr part code: G12-GC-650

£ 84.48  inc. vat

£ 70.40 ex. vat

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Power Supplies for your system

If your power supply does not provide enough power for your system, it can cause serious performance issues or system errors. Whether you are building your own PC, or need to replace a faulty power supply, it is important to work out the type and wattage of the power supply you need. It is important to check the efficiency rating of your power supply; 80%+ efficiency PSUs are a better option, as they waste less electricity, and do not create as much heat inside your system. You should also consider whether you are looking for a modular or non-modular power supply this will impact the way you build your system, manage cables, and upgrade in the future.

How do I know which power supply I need for a computer?

Which power supply you should buy depends on the components in your computer, and what you use the system for. Generally speaking, you should aim for a power supply that delivers a wattage at least 40% greater than the wattage used by your hardware combined. You will also need to consider the processes you use your computer for your system will work harder when running more demanding programs or games, and therefore will require more power. As a result, gamers and designers will need more headroom than those who use their computers for social media or admin tasks.

What is the power supply on a computer?

The power supply unit (PSU) in your computer converts alternating current (AC) from your plug socket into a continuous current (DC) to run the hardware in your computer. It is essentially the system that provides electricity to your set up, allowing it to power on. A low quality or under-powered PSU will cause erratic performance, and potentially damage your system.

What voltage is a PC power supply?

The power supply itself does not have voltage, it converts voltage from the plug socket into a low voltage direct current (DC). In Europe, this is usually around 220-240 volts, and the DC it is converted to will vary.

What parts are powered by the computer PSU?

The motherboard, CPU, RAM disc drives, hard drive and more or less everything contained in the computer chassis are powered by the power supply. All the external devices such as printers and monitors have a standard power source such as the mains power supply. If you have a laptop or an All-in-one computer, the display is powered by the computer power supply.

Does the fan use a power supply?

Whenever your computer is on then the fan should always be running. If the fan is not moving, and by moving we mean spinning, then your computer needs attention. Either the fan itself is broken or the power supply needs looking at. There are certain power supplies which have variable controls, and these can increase or decrease the speed of your fan depending on its temperature inside the computer. The main point though is that your fan (or fans) must ALWAYS be spinning.

Is it OK to leave your computer on overnight?

It is always a good idea to turn off your computer overnight. For a start, it saves using your electricity unnecessarily. Sometimes, you may need to keep your computer on, for example for updates, security scanning and doing backups. Alternatively, you could do these tasks during the day if you are not planning to use your computer for certain periods.

Does turning off a computer wear down the power switch?

Prior to 1994 there were issues with power buttons breaking easily, which made people apprehensive about actually turning off their computer. Today, problems like that are a thing of the past. Of course, power buttons can still wear out, but the truth is, they have a lifecycle which outlasts many of the other components in your computer, so there is nothing to worry about.

Can turning off your computer cause soldering cracks?

No. Soldering can withstand changes of temperature easily. Most people have multiple TVs in their homes and these are turned on and off all the time, so you can see that it can withstand all the daily operations without any problems at all.

Can you prevent a power surge by turning off your computer?

No, a power surge will happen regardless of what you do with your computer. Having your computer power cord connected to a surge protector can safeguard a computer from an electrical surge. And thus from any potential damage. To prevent any damage to your computer during storms, blackouts or other power-related problems, use a UPS (uninterruptable power supply) which will provide you with power for an amount of time, during which the issues will hopefully be solved.