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8.1 out of 10

Rosewill RD400-2-DB

Supports ATX12V v2.2 standard Supports both Intel and AMD Sy Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Rosewill RD400-2-DB

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Overall 2

PSU Failed just after warranty expired

Jimi B., Newegg
3 weeks ago
  • Summary: I original thought it was still under warranty. Tech support was very courteous, but informed me it was just out of warranty.
  • Pros: Cheap. It worked well while it lasted.
  • Cons: Three weeks after the warranty expired, it failed. It sounded like fireworks, and my machine was suddenly off. I removed the psu from the machine to find a green capacitor cap fall out of it.
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Overall 10

Go To Hardware / It is Good

P&N S., Newegg
18 June 2014
  • Summary: I use these as replacement units for client computers, and regular customer replacements.
  • Pros: Have purchased and instal several of these and other Rosewill Power Supply products, never had an issue. Some have been in service more than a year. These are good quality units for the mioney.
  • Cons: None /
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Overall 10

Works Great

Lori S., Newegg
14 June 2014
  • Summary: Used it on a build for a friend and he hasnt had a single issue running it on these parts: G3220 Pentium CPU Stock Cooler M-ATX ASUS 1150 Mobo GTS 450 PNY GPU 250GB HDD 4 Case Fans 8GB (2x4GB) Ram
  • Pros: Great litle PSU at a great price.
  • Cons: Not made for a heavy load. Made for a basic computer running a small or no GPU and few or no PCI cards.
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Overall 6

It worked fine for about 2 1/2 months.

Clarke's C., Newegg
16 May 2014
  • Summary: I used my HT/Gaming PC on occasion, as I would usually be at work/school. I frequently kept it off. One morning while getting ready for school, I needed to check on a website for some information. When I pressed the power button, nothing came on. I switched power cables and made sure everything was plugged it. It still didn't work so I waited to troubleshoot it in the afternoon. When I hooked up another PSU, it worked.
  • Pros: -It wasn't incredibly loud -Nice sleek black design -Plenty of SATA cables
  • Cons: - 2 1/2 MONTHS! 2 1/2 MONTHS! 40$!
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Overall 2

User Review

Gabriel D., Newegg
5 May 2014
  • Summary: Look for trusted brands, never overlook a power supply as it could take down other important components as well.
  • Pros: Cheap power supply.
  • Cons: Died after 1 month of heavy use. Will not recommend for gaming even if its a low end system.
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Overall 10

Good PowerSupply

Alexander V., Newegg
16 April 2014
  • Pros: Good power supply. It does what it supposed to do. Silent.
  • Cons: 8 pin cable is short if you have bottom PS case layout. So you need extension 8 pin power cable
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Overall 10

Awesome for the money

Matthew D., Newegg
10 April 2014
  • Summary: I will need to upgrade soon due to upgrading my Graphics card again, it will probably be a Rosewill.
  • Pros: I have used this in two builds, and it is still going strong. I took a chance on Rosewill and I am happy I did.
  • Cons: None.
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Overall 10

What I needed

Brian B., Newegg
6 February 2014
  • Summary: Works for what I needed on my fathers older Dell. A replacement 375w from Dell was going to cost him $100. I was able to get this to fit in the Dell case with a little creativity and it works just as good for a fraction of the cost. I would recommend to anyone needing a basic PSU replacement.
  • Pros: Quiet
  • Cons: Not modular.
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Overall 10

long lasting

Aura M., Newegg
27 January 2014
  • Pros: this power supply is still going strong after 5yrs of use in a hot office.
  • Cons: none
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Overall 4

Pick a Different One

Joseph C., Newegg
2 January 2014
  • Summary: I do not recommend this PSU.
  • Pros: It works.
  • Cons: Sata connectors are very tight, dangerously tight. You have to push in hard and you can break your HDD or optical drive, it's very risky.
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