Antec Announced VPF Series Power Supplies

/ 2 years ago


Antec has announced their new line of entry-level PSUs, the VPF series that is available from 350W to 650W and come with the 80Plus Bronze certification and up to 88% efficiency.

The new PSUs use a 120mm plain bearings fan that is built for maximum durability and an adjustable speed. Available as 350 Watt, 450 Watt, 550 Watt and 650 Watt, the VPF series comes with full range of protections: overcurrent protection (OCP), overvoltage protection (OVP), undervoltage protection (UVP), short circuit protection (SCP), overload power protection (OPP), overheating protection (OTP), surge and inrush protection (SIP), low-load operation (NLO) and protection against temporary fall of voltage (BOP) renders the new VPF power units reliable and stable power suppliers.



All models of the VPF series come with a three-year warranty and a worldwide 24/7 lifetime support. The recommended retail prize of the VPF350 is £36.99, VPF450 is £42.99, VPF550 is £49.99, and the VPF650 will cost you £59.99.

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  • Kiwi91

    Really good PSU for the price. Delta.s job on PCB can shame PSUs from much higher price rang. Voltage regulation /ripple is good, efficiency is almost Silver and fan speed/noise is low. Only what I don’t like are capacitors and absence of MOV. Capacitors are mixed from SamXon, Taicon, Chemi-Con, Rubycon, Elite (Polymer). They aren’t all Japanese but you can find them in Corsair RM so if they are good for semi-passive 80+ GBP PSUs then it’s not too big deal to find them in VPF. Antec clarify VPF as it has Surge and Inrush Protection but I can’t see MOV and NTC, either. Alternative to NTC could be resistors but I don’t see any substitution for MOV, at least not on filter side.
    Overall, solid PSU for money and good option for low-medium range gaming configurations.

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