Antec BP 350PS Review – A Good Power Supply for Home PC
Recently, we got one of the Antec Power Supplies and tested it to see how it perform for a Home PC. The Power supply is not only affordable but also gives stable power under load with silent performance.
The power supply is equipped with a 120 MM Fan and is near silent even while compressing video files using our overclocked 4.0 GHz Intel Core i5 processor. Furthermore, it comes with a 6 Pin connector in case you wish to add a budget graphics card like Nvidia GT 610, 620 or GT 720 to play games.
Additionally, you can use the PSU with some of the powerful AMD processors like Fx 6300 or FX – 4300. But if you are building a Rig using an A8 or A10 7850 you will need a quality power supply with stable power.
I would recommend going with Antec or any other branded PSU. Besides, don’t buy a local made PSU that have cheap parts; it can mess up all your PC configuration and sometimes can damage some of the PC parts.
Notably, this is a starting range power supply available at Rs. 1,799. But you may be able to get it at even lower price in the retail market or online.
Preview Antec 350 Watt PSU
The Antec BP 350PS Key Specifications
|Technical Specifications||BP 350PS|
|Circuit Shield TM||Yes|
|Connectors||1 x 6-pin PCI|
|Heavy Duty Caps||Yes|
Antec has also added two more variants to the BP and VP series of PSUs – BP450PS, and VP500PC. These are good for PC requiring higher stable power to drive the GPU and CPU units with multiple HDD and SSD.