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Power up your PC with high-quality Power Supplies from Mwave
A high-quality power supply is essential for a reliable and stable PC. At Mwave, we stock a comprehensive range of power supplies from leading brands such as Corsair, Thermaltake, EVGA, and more. Our range includes power supplies in various wattages and efficiency ratings, including 80 Plus Bronze, 80 Plus Gold, 80 Plus Platinum, and 80 Plus Titanium.
Whether you're building a new PC or upgrading your existing one, Mwave has the perfect power supply to suit your needs. Our range includes modular and non-modular power supplies, as well as power supplies with RGB lighting to match your PC's aesthetic.
We take pride in offering competitive prices and fast shipping on all our power supplies, so you can have your new power supply up and running in no time. Plus, with our expert customer service team always on hand to help, you can rest assured you're getting the best possible advice and support. So why wait? Browse our range of power supplies today and power up your PC with Mwave!
What is the difference between modular and non-modular power supplies?
Modular power supplies allow you to connect only the cables you need, reducing clutter and improving airflow in your PC case. Non-modular power supplies have all the cables permanently attached, which can make cable management more challenging.
What wattage power supply do I need for my PC?
The wattage you need depends on the components in your PC and how much power they require. A general rule of thumb is to add up the maximum power consumption of all your components and add 20% to that number. This will give you a good estimate of the wattage you need.
What is 80 Plus certification and why is it important?
80 Plus certification is a rating system that measures the efficiency of a power supply. The higher the certification level (Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum, or Titanium), the more efficient the power supply is at converting AC power from the wall into DC power for your PC. A more efficient power supply will generate less heat, consume less power, and save you money on your electricity bill over time.