Custom Flex ATX Modular PSU

Rated 4.33 out of 5 based on 6 customer ratings
(6 customer reviews)

Estimated 5~8 working days.
  • These products are not used before, but for the product appearance is not in brand new condition, there may have some scratches on the surface.
  • Dimension : 81.5 mm (W) x 40.5 mm (H) x 170 mm (D)
  • Modified to Delta ASB0412LC-BV38 12V 0.06A low noise fan
  • No manufacture warranty
  • 2 years warranty

NOTE: This is the custom-made product. Orders are non-cancelable.
However, if you still want to cancel the order, the cancellation fees will be 20% of the selling price.

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  1. RENE

    Rated 3 out of 5
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    RENE

    The power supply works fine so far. Only the noise level was a little suprising, I instantly rechecked if i had actually ever read silent on this page, but as of this moment I seem to have been right. Maybe Flex PSUs are known to usually be much louder than that and I’m simply the one who doesn’t know about that. Giving numbers would be helpful. ordered a new CPU fan (upgrade from intel stock fan) to make the System more silent. Won’t be needing that as long as I have this PSU, apparently.

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  2. jp1.sdn@gmail.com

    Rated 5 out of 5

    jp1.sdn@gmail.com

    Can you also let me know how you swapped the fan? I tried to unplug the existing fan and plug a noctua pwm fan into the motherboard. the psu would not stay on. it seemed like it needed to have the original cable plugged in for it to operate properly. the original 4pin connector is very small and most fans that i have do not have that type of connector. Can you let me know how you were able to do the swap? my email is jp1.sdn@gmail.com thanks for any help

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  3. kaffi

    Rated 4 out of 5

    kaffi

    Hey Dzanick, when you replaced the fan im assuming you opened the psu, it didn’t look like airflow was even possible, how risky would it be to just leave the psu open with a larger case fan pointed at it.

    also my email is kaodusanya@gmail.com if you could just send me an email that would be cool.

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  4. dzanik

    Rated 5 out of 5

    dzanik

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  5. kaffi

    Rated 4 out of 5

    kaffi

    Just purchased it, it works, the cabling is extremely sexy. Its definitely a bit noisy and I wouldn’t mind finding out where dzanik got his fan.

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  6. dzanik

    Rated 5 out of 5

    dzanik

    Great modification for PSU, solution with modular cable is very good!
    Voltages for 5V and 12V are very stable during the load – they have exactly 5.000 and 12.000 values!
    However a fan can be a little noisy. I’ve replaced it by very silent one (only 9dB) and so far all is OK.

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