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Seasonic G Series 360W Power Supply Review

Seasonic are using an ADDA AD1212MB-A70GL fan. This is a ball bearing unit rated at 0.33A/12V.

The unit follows a very clean layout inside, with several rows of heatsinks separating the components.

The G360 is using a Japanese branded electrolytic capacitor from Hitachi, rated 270 µF x 420 V @ 105c.

The +5V and +3.3V outputs are delivered by two DC-DC converters. These are positioned on the single PCB in the secondary section of the layout. We noticed that Seasonic are using high grade Japanese capacitors in the secondary stage from Chemi-Con and Rubycon, also rated to 105C.

The cables are fully sleeved into the chassis and tied into position. This should help resolve any concerns with long term fraying.

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  • Uriel

    I do have to say, this is a good design, but I cant see any enthusiast opting for a 360W power supply. it is a common misconception that we need 750W or higher. I bought a 20 quid power meter and my system takes 150W at the wall under load. ive a 550W in mine, its running at a very low efficiency load. with this power supply it would be almost 50% load, so peak.

    Its food for thought.

  • Eran

    Really interesting to see Seasonic aiming at this market. id like to see a review of the 550W or 650W too. coming?

  • Brian

    this is an ideal choice for my media center build. thanks.

  • do you sell these in Australia or much will the cost to be sent over they look awsome

  • Daren

    This is perfect for a typical system with a 2500k/3570k + 7850 or 650 ti. Would actually be better than using a higher wattage psu as it would peak at around 50 percent load when gaming.

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