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Antec BP550PLUS

Antec BP550PLUS
alaScore 88

70 reviews

Jan, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 70 reviews of Antec BP550PLUS. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Desktops for all reviews. People are impressed by the size and design. The usability and price are also appreciated.

reliability, price, usability, design, size

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Desktops the Antec BP550PLUS is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

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Would buy again luckily don't need to

 

Have had this running almost 24/7 for more than 5 years. Saw that it is listed as a tier 3 PSU on an "eggxpert" list of various PSU (that's after tiers 1,2a, and 2b). Currently powering i7 920 and gtx 760, going strong.

Reliable, good price, not too loud

Nothing of note

Consumer review by:

Solid and stable

 

This has been running a 24/7 home server since I received it 4 years ago. I have not had a single issue with it. It has been rock solid. If you don't need a ton of power and want something modular, reliable, efficient and quiet I doubt you will find...

Modular ; Efficient ; VERY reliable ; Quiet

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Very Reliable

 

Plonked this in my home server and forgot about it - it's been very solid and reliable, running for a few years now ; Modular cabline is great, I wish all PSUs did this - my desktop is a mess with all the cables that I don't use

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Decent value

 

Over a year now and no issues, solid built power supply

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Durable, Fantastic Value

 

You simply can't go wrong if you are running 1-3 HD's and a recent middle market Nvidia GPU. Don't worry about the "600w required" on many GPU's,, that's only for low efficiency P/S that most inexpensive cases and PC's come with.

1) Reliable and stable ; 2) 80+ Modular ; 3) Cable length is perfect for wire hiding in Mid Towers ; 4) Should be more than sufficient for almost any mid GTX700 card ; 5) Look at the price again

Nothing

Consumer review by:

Great product

 

Second time i buy this power supply ! really great , no noise easy to install

This one was a bit longer to ship 4 days instead of 2 days for the other one .. Still not long i guess

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Awesome and reliable

 

I bought this for my sons Pc over 5 yrs ago , it has been on a commercial plane twice , thrown around I am sure , mis used by a 18 yr old and its still strong .

As the title says , Reliable, and stable , I will buy another soon or anything by Antec

Cables a little short

Consumer review by:

It works

 

I made this comment on my other parts as well: Computer parts are freaking cheesy these days. The z97 mobo flexes when you plug things in, the GTX 760 bends downward on one side due to its own weight, the stock Intel cooler is held on my flimsy plastic...

So far, so good. I bought a similar PSU back in 2006 that failed after a year, so let's hope this one lasts longer

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Consumer review by:

Antec BP550 Plus

 

I have three of these in use and not had a single problem. Works fine in my main rig with a 95 W AMD processor, HD 6850, 3 hard drives, and one optical drive.

Antec quality with modular power cables

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It led a good life

 

At just shy of 5 years this PSU is giving up the ghost. I just upgraded my wife's machine from a Q6600/p45 board, 6GB DDR2 800, GTX 285 to an i5-2690/Z97, 8GB DDR3 1600, GTC 760 system. I noticed an odd, almost squeaking sound coming from the computer....

Good value for price, stable for years

Not modular

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