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Product Reviews

Antec Basiq BP350 350W Power Supply
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Rating: 8.36/10
With 22 User Reviews
brokenarrow@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/12/15
Cons: None so far.

Pros: Price. Not bad quality.
Comment:
For the price you really can't go wrong for budget builds. It holds up and with experience in dealing with many manufacturers they all have some good and not so good points.
Vin_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/04/14
Cons: only 350W

Pros: Runs very quiet
Comment:
So far it has been running very quietly, even when playing games. Using a gtx 750 ti which is low power however. Can't comment on the sound or performance under demanding conditions. Since it's only 350w, I would probably need to replace this if I wanted to upgrade. Perfectly fine for a simple or low-power build.
gnator@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/04/14
Cons: Nothing much

Pros: It does want it does for a ok price
Comment:
It is a cheap PSU that covers your basic needs
Keven_B@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/29/14
Cons: - Designed for top-mounted PSU; cables are short and will cause problems with bottom-mounted PSU- ATX 2.01 standard, which is a bit old by now- No active PCF and low efficiency- 80mm fan, which is usually noisier than 120mm fan- No cable sleeving (expected for the low price)- Some wires are rather thin, but all the wires that actually carry power are thicker- 1 year warranty according to the box - Antec's website says 2 years...

Pros: - Dirt cheap- Rated for continuous power, unlike most PSUs at this price range- Manufactured by FSP, a reputable PSU manufacturer- Feels decent quality, has a decent weight to it- Includes mounting screws, including a spare one- 23A total on +12V rail, adequate for a 350W PSU- 3 SATA connectors (NOT 1)- One SATA connector is on a separate cable- Quiet- Eco-friendly packaging - Always nice to see
Comment:
I do computer repairs in my free time and I bought this Antec BP350 to replace a dead power supply in a client's computer. The client didn't want to spend too much money, but I didn't want to give junk either. This PSU is cheap, but has decent quality and reliability. It delivers it rated power, won't risk damaging your components and deliver stable power. For a mainstream computer without a GPU or with a low-end one, this is a very good buy.I planned on buying this PSU a few times before, but seeing how the specifications on both Antec's website and retailer's product page says the PSU has only one SATA connector, I stayed away from it - even the most basic computer usually need two. But since my client's computer had one SATA Hard drive and one IDE DVD burner (which uses Molex), I decided to give the PSU a try. I was pleasantly surprised to see it has actually 3 SATA connectors. It's not a lot, but for a mainstream computer, which typically has a DVD burner and a hard drive, this is enough. Basiq. There are 2 SATA connectors on one cable, and the other is on a separate cable with a Molex and a FDD connector, which allows to easily connect both an optical drive on top and HDDs on the bottom. Well designed.The PSU has a generic look to it and doesn't have anything special (hence the "Basiq" name), but I'm glad Antec cut corners in the look and features of the PSU instead of the internals. Antec was still kind enough to include a spare screw to mount the PSU (so it came with 5 screws). The power cable is also included (some PSUs doesn't include the power cable, such as the Antec EarthWatts 380W). It doesn't have an active PFC, let alone an 80 PLUS certification, but for such a low power PSU/PC, the savings in electricity are just too marginal to justify the extra costs. The PSU cables are a bit short (designed for a mainstream system, which usually has top mounted PSU) and are no sleeved, but that was expected for the price. Some wires are on the thin side, but at least all cables that carry the actual power are thicker, 18AWG I believe, which is fine. The test/monitoring wires don't really need to be thick anyway. The PSU is manufactured by FSP, which is a well known PSU manufacturer. Surely much better than any of the HEC/Compucase junk, that cheapo PSUs typically use.Some people says the PSU is noisy, I must disagree. These people definitely got a unit with a defective fan. The unit I received was quiet, I needed to bring my ear close to the fan to actually ear it. It's definitely quieter than the Intel stock CPU fan (which is probably what you will be using if you're using this PSU, otherwise you might want to review your priorities...).On the flip side, the PSU uses ATX 2.01 standard, which is an older specification, but at least it's not too far from the current ATX 2.31 - Many other PSUs in the same price range are ATX 1.3 units with upgraded connectors, which favors the +3.3V and +5V instead of the +12V, the most power-hungry rail in today's computers. The BP350 can deliver a combined total of 23A on the +12V rails, which means the +12V alone can deliver up to 276W. This is adequate for a mainstream 350W PSU. Oh, the PSU is rated for continuous power and not peak power.The PSU worked fine on the first boot. Ran Prime 95 for an hour just to make sure it can handle a bit of stress - no problem. Than fan didn't get noisy during the stress test. The PC probably it was in probably use around 200W thought(Core 2 Duo, no dedicated GPU, one HDD, a card reader and a DVD burner). This PSU is by no mean for a high-end or gaming PC (although it probably can run a GTX 750ti without problem), this is a 350W unit, and it makes sense that it doesn't come with a PCIe power connector - it's a 350W unit after all.One thing I didn't like is that I bought this PSU expecting a 2 years warranty, as it's what's written on Antec's website and on pretty much every retailers. However, the box says 1 year warranty... I only figured this out after giving the computer back to the client, with 2 years warranty written on the receipt... Minus one star for false advertising, or lack of update  to their product page, which is quite unprofessional wither way.Overall, if you want to build a mainstream PC for everyday web browsing, or to replace a dead PSU in a mainstream or OEM PC, this PSU is a good buy. It's cheap, simple but it gets the job done, and won't risk damaging your components. In fact, this is the lowest end PSU I would use. I will certainly buy the PSU again for computer repairs or for budget mainstream builds. Great value.
Jonathan_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/28/13
Cons: none

Pros: low price yet quality is okay
Comment:
Great p/s for the price; above the generic ones
pqt@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/24/13
Cons: Cables a bit short.

Pros: Good budget PS.
Comment:
Bought it to replace a dead PS, and yes the cables are a bit short, but I happen to have a couple of extensions lying around so the problem is solved without much ado.Voltages are pretty good and stable, Don't know how long those basic PS will last but I'm happy for now.
ASUSpro@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/16/13
Cons: wires too shortno efficiency rating

Pros: cheapit works
Comment:
This is simply a budget PSU. You get what you pay for. The cables in this PSU are short! If you are planning to put this in a bottom mount PSU case, make sure you can reach to your mobo connectors!
Wiretap@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/23/13
Cons: no 120mm fan..

Pros: antec quality....quiet...cheap
Comment:
great little ps for a repair to an older tower or a basic new build...
Saberon@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/07/12
Cons: None at the moment

Pros: Inexpensive ($25)Antec Brand name
Comment:
Replaced an old 250W PSU in an older HP system that had fried. Booted up right away and everything works fantastically. No problems to report.
Sandwich@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 12/31/11
Cons: - Mine died 2 1/2 years later

Pros: - Good Price
Comment:
Lasted me about 2 and an half years before I smelt something burning and discovered that that was the end of this PSU.Oh well, $35 (what I paid back then as well) for 2 1/2 years can't be too bad I guess, although I really hope it didn't take the rest of my PC with it...I was supposed to give this 2/5 but I didn't remember my order ID.
WaOnFiRe@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/09/11
Cons: None

Pros: Cheap and reliable
Comment:
So far this seem to do the job very well for the price. My budget build is very quiet and is super stable. I prefer to have this instead of a cheapo power supply included with some cases.
Joell_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/23/11
Cons: No ventilation on the top (or bottom) side.

Pros: Great value PS
Comment:
I hold Antec in high regard and have never had a power supply go bad... from any of their lines. This unit is a must for the budget PC maker (or someone in need of a replacement). Cheap case power supplies will fail... it's just a matter of time (usually 2 years). Save yourself the hassle and just get this one instead.
davidcanada@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/06/11
Cons: high frequency noise

Pros: cheap, quiet, good brand
Comment:
I got this for my mom's dell optiplex GX280. because the old dell's PSU is burned out. 350WT is more than enough to keep up with the rig, and it is quiet most of the time.the only complain is that, there is a faint little high frequency noise from the PSU, the pitch is high frequency in nature, but the noise oscillates once per 2~3 sec. The volume is very faint, you have to be careful to notice it. But at night, it is rather apparent. My mom can not hear it, so i guess if you are old and want something cheap, this is your deal.
Robert_W@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/08/10
Cons: n/a

Pros: Qaulity, reliable, inexpensive
Comment:
This is a great little PSU made by FSP so its quality. It's got beefy rails for a 350W and for the price its a no-brainer.Don't go with anything cheaper unless its a reliable brand like Seasonic or FSP or another brand made by one of those two such as Corsair or Antec.
Jonathan_P@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/16/10
Cons: none

Pros: great for the price
Comment:
replaced a dead PSU on an older machine, this one wokred great no issues. wasnt as loud as i expected
Zoltan_M@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/11/10
Cons: Looks like this series has the same issue

Pros: It worked for more than tree years
Comment:
We got the same problem that another costumer aready reported whit the 500W model."I have to switch it on/off at the back to get it going. Its makes a low pitch squeal some days"Ours unfortunately died...
Alex_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/20/09
Cons: N/A

Pros: Cheap but good power
Comment:
Perfect for PSU replacements on older machines (e.g. P4) which do not require very much power. It's cheap and has all the newer connectors (24 pins instead of 20 pins). Great value.
headsh0t@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/18/09
Cons: Definately "Basiq"

Pros: Budget Price
Comment:
Picked this up in one of the weekly sales for $25. For that price I couldn't say no. It's made by Antec so quality is decent. The fan is quiet when psu is not stressed but under stress it gets a little loud. I'm giving it 4 stars because this is great value at $25, otherwise would be 3.
Haxelon@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/09/09
Cons: A bit more noise then some other PSU but nothing too bad eitheir

Pros: Low price Good quality
Comment:
I got this to remplace a olt P4 Psu that died. It worked perfectly and has done the job well ever since. Recomended.
the Swollen Goat@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/04/09
Cons: None that I am aware of.

Pros: Good PSU for a cheap price.
Comment:
I purchased this for a customer who needed a 350 Watt power supply unit and this unit fit the bill perfectly.It's very quiet and perfoms it's intended task.A great power supply for a great price.I would definetly buy again.
Rahzel@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/03/09
Cons: 80mm fan instead of 120mmOnly one SATA power cable

Pros: CheapGood Power supply for the pricePerfect for a budget buildRetail so it comes with a power cable
Comment:
I haven't owned many Antec power supplies, but the ones I have owned haven't had any problems. I still have a 350 that's close to 10 years old.I would have preferred a 120mm fan instead for noise reasons, but it's not too loud. Another negative is that it only has 1 SATA power connector. I always use SATA DVD drives and SATA HDD's, so this is a pretty big negative. Luckily I had a molex to SATA adapter lying around.If you want a cheap but good 350w power supply with a 120mm fan, get the Sparkle one instead. This review was modfied by poster @ 06-05-09 09:32 PM
Dragn@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 05/27/09
Cons: None yet

Pros: Quiet (not silent), Price
Comment:
Nice PSU for budget systems. Low noise especially compared to generic PSUs. However, it's noticeably louder than some of the more "silent" PSUs such as the Corsair VX550. But they're in completely different price brackets. Hasn't crashed my budget build yet and started up without a hitch.At sale price of $30, I'd much rather have this than any generic.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Model
Brand Antec
Model BP350
Series Basiq
Spec
Type ATX12V v2.01
Maximum Power 350W
Fans 1 x 80mm low noise cooling fan
PFC No
Main Connector 20+4Pin
+12V Rails 2
PCI-Express Connector No
SATA Power Connector 1
SLI No
CrossFire No
Modular No
Over Voltage Protection Yes
Input Voltage 115 / 230 V
Input Frequency Range 50/60 Hz
Input Current 8A @ 115V, 4A @ 230V
Output +3.3V@20A,+5V@20A,+12V1@10A,+12V2@13A,-12V@0.3A,+5VSB@2.5A
Approvals UL, FCC, TUV, CB
Dimensions 3.5" x 5.8" x 5.5"
Weight 2.7 lbs.
Features
Connectors 1 x Main connector (20+4Pin)
1 x 4 Pin ATX 12V
4 x Peripheral
1 x SATA
1 x Floppy
Features Industrial grade protection: SCP (Short Circuit Protection) and OCP (Over Current Protection)
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