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Enthusiast Series™ TX650 — 80 PLUS® Certified Power Supply

Combining high-efficiency, quiet operation, and clean, reliable power output, Enthusiast SeriesTX650W PSU is ideal high-end PCs using hi-end graphics cards for both gaming and professional audio and video applications.

Advanced Technology, High Performance

The Corsair TX power supplies are engineered using advanced technology and components typically found with high performance power supplies. With design features such as a dedicated, single +12V rail offer the maximum compatibility with the latest system components. Energy efficient circuitry capable of delivering greater than 80% efficiency ratings across 20%, 50%, and 100% load conditions make the TX family of PSUs ideal for the value/quality conscious enthusiast. With a large 140mm (120mm on TX650W) diameter temperature-controlled fan that is ultra quiet, yet still more than sufficient to cool the internals of the system, reliability and stability are no longer worries for the gamer, overclocker or enthusiast and high-end system builder.
Corsair TX Series Features:



* Supports ATX12V v2.2 standard and older ATX12V 2.01 spec
* Ultra-quiet 120mm (140mm on TX750W and TX850W) double ball-bearing fan delivers excellent airflow
* 80%+ energy efficiency at 20%, 50% and 100% load condition for less heat generation and lower energy bill
* 99% Active Power Factor Correction provides clean and reliable power to your system
* Universal AC input 90~264V automatically scans and detects the correct voltage
* Dedicated single +12V rail offers maximum compatibility with latest components
* Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection, and Short Circuit Protection provide maximum safety to your critical system components.
* High quality Japanese capacitors provide uncompromised performance and reliability.
* Extra long cables support full tower size chassis.
* TX650W Dimension: 5.9"(W) x 3.4"(H) X 5.9"(L)
* MTBF: 100,000 Hours
* NVIDIA SLI™-ready certified.

Tech Specs
Warranty Five years
Power 650 Watts
80 Plus Certified
ATX Connector 1
EPS Connector 1
PCI-E Connector 2
4 Pin Peripheral Connector 8
SATA Connector 8
Floppy Connector 2
MTBF 100,000 hours



showing up as £69.73 now??
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Now shoing @ £61.93 ic vat
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#4
My £8 case came with a 10,000W power supply, etc, etc. [/troll]
#7


U forgot to mention the £3.98 delivery charge @ dabs,.which works out to £58.97 if it was in stock.
A few days ago I ordered one from dabs and delivery is not free.


Edited By: stealthx on Jan 02, 2011 22:36: mistake with delivery charge
#8
Great supply but there's a better one for around the same money the Antec 650watt modular and it won CustomPC best midrange PSU its made by seasonic which are the leaders in PSU.
#9
It looks like a decent power supply, shame it's not modular. I would personally pay £15 more and get OCZ 700W ModXStream Pro.
#10
this one is made by seasonic.......
#11
polly69
Great supply but there's a better one for around the same money the Antec 650watt modular and it won CustomPC best midrange PSU its made by seasonic which are the leaders in PSU.


you got a link to where best price is?
#12
Bought one of these back in March from eBuyer, very good PSU for a mid range setup
#13
Nice PSU, it's what I have in my main box just now. I'm pretty sure I pad around £60 for this around 2 years ago, so I suppose this is a good price.

I wouldn't buy another antec as I've had a couple of truepowers die on me (within warranty, luckily). I'll be sticking with corsair.
#14
hello55060
polly69
Great supply but there's a better one for around the same money the Antec 650watt modular and it won CustomPC best midrange PSU its made by seasonic which are the leaders in PSU.


you got a link to where best price is?







£65 at scan if you get free delivery and its modular according to the BitTech forums and CustomPC this months edition its very stable and quiet that's why its just won the mid range gaming PSU and a 60month warranty with scan on that so 5years.

In answer to the Corsair being Seasonic no one questioned that and corsair are very good supply's but this has a one thing i don't like its not modular and for the £7 more its way better value as Corsairs modular PSU's are way more expensive.

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/650w-antec-truepower-new-modular-80-plus-bronze-82-eff-sli-crossfire-eps-12v-120mm-fan


Edited By: polly69 on Jan 03, 2011 00:14: more info
#15
I don't have this PSU but I have the 750watt model which has a massive warranty and has been solid in my desktop. Silent with a massive fan and never had a single problem since I bought it a while back. Definitely recommend Corsair especially with their massive warranty.
#16
Bogroll Warlord
Nice PSU, it's what I have in my main box just now. I'm pretty sure I pad around £60 for this around 2 years ago, so I suppose this is a good price.

I wouldn't buy another antec as I've had a couple of truepowers die on me (within warranty, luckily). I'll be sticking with corsair.

Bogroll Warlord
Nice PSU, it's what I have in my main box just now. I'm pretty sure I pad around £60 for this around 2 years ago, so I suppose this is a good price.

I wouldn't buy another antec as I've had a couple of truepowers die on me (within warranty, luckily). I'll be sticking with corsair.


This Antec truepower has been fully redesigned and was tested right to full load and was very stable and quiet it also got 87% efficiency at 50% load and was silent so very good the Corsair one is now pretty old but Corsair customer service cant be faulted they are one of the best companies around.

Edited By: polly69 on Jan 03, 2011 00:12
#17
bazzawhite
I don't have this PSU but I have the 750watt model which has a massive warranty and has been solid in my desktop. Silent with a massive fan and never had a single problem since I bought it a while back. Definitely recommend Corsair especially with their massive warranty.


How much was your 750watt?
#18
TBH I think modular supplies are a tad over-rated. Had one of the Corsair modular supplies and it only made about three cables worth of difference. Given I paid about £15 more than an equivalent standard PSU I was a little miffed.
#19
polly69
hello55060
polly69
Great supply but there's a better one for around the same money the Antec 650watt modular and it won CustomPC best midrange PSU its made by seasonic which are the leaders in PSU.


you got a link to where best price is?







£65 at scan if you get free delivery and its modular according to the BitTech forums and CustomPC this months edition its very stable and quiet that's why its just won the mid range gaming PSU and a 60month warranty with scan on that so 5years.

In answer to the Corsair being Seasonic no one questioned that and corsair are very good supply's but this has a one thing i don't like its not modular and for the £7 more its way better value as Corsairs modular PSU's are way more expensive.

http://www.scan.co.uk/products/650w-antec-truepower-new-modular-80-plus-bronze-82-eff-sli-crossfire-eps-12v-120mm-fan




Thanks for the link, actually £58.73 on the scan todays only page.
#20
Modular power supplies make all the difference, especially if you're not going to use all the cables; which most people don't. Given that you only use the cables you need, this leads to less cable clutter inside your case and better airflow as a result.
#21
errr...dabs have this for £55.00, so too does the BT shop
#22
hello55060
Thanks for the link, actually £58.73 on the scan todays only page.

The problem is you can’t currently buy from the Today Only page as it was set on December 24th and the Today Only codes automatically expire after 7 days; try adding to your basket. When they open on Tuesday VAT will have gone up to 20% so screwed really. Have to wait for the next deal.
#23
hakobian
errr...dabs have this for £55.00, so too does the BT shop

No stock and postage is £3.50. Still good if they get stock as you get a bit of Quidco/TCB.
#24
satchef1
TBH I think modular supplies are a tad over-rated. Had one of the Corsair modular supplies and it only made about three cables worth of difference. Given I paid about £15 more than an equivalent standard PSU I was a little miffed.

Rsaeire
Modular power supplies make all the difference, especially if you're not going to use all the cables; which most people don't. Given that you only use the cables you need, this leads to less cable clutter inside your case and better airflow as a result.


I went for the Seasonic X-650 as it is fully modular. Particularly handy in my choice of case.
It was a lot more than I planned to spend on a PSU though :p
#25
HOT! £3 cheaper than scan (even on today only). Sadly dabs are out of stock...

P.S. Just noticed you can get get 3% Quidco on this!!!!

Don't know if I could be bothered to wait till 11th of Jan with the free delivery though - when you get free next working day delivery from scan everything else seems SLOW!


Edited By: CobaltBlue on Jan 03, 2011 10:50: Quidco Info
#26
I recently transfered everything over to my new Casecom case
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/w0205154_normal.jpg
including a 500w old stile stock PSU. as its a bigger case I have managed to a GTX 275. whilst doing a 3d performance test (the one with the floating pirate ship) @ 1920 x 1200 the PSU died on me.

I would've gone for a corsaire but I'm on a tight budget as I x-mas just went. After hours of searching I found this CiT 750w Black Edition for £31.47delivered from Amazon. (didnt order from eBuyer as they took 2 weeks to send me my PC case when I paid for 5 day delivery)

Seems plenty of power for my use. How good is this power supply?


Edited By: montana78 on Jan 03, 2011 10:48
1 Like #27
Agharta
hello55060
Thanks for the link, actually £58.73 on the scan todays only page.

The problem is you can’t currently buy from the Today Only page as it was set on December 24th and the Today Only codes automatically expire after 7 days; try adding to your basket. When they open on Tuesday VAT will have gone up to 20% so screwed really. Have to wait for the next deal.


Guess they fixed it as I ordered it just now.
#28
Running on one myself, highly recommended.
#29
I nearly went for the CIT 750 as mentioned above as its dirt cheap at 30 quid

After hours of research yesterday I went for a 750w coolermaster for £65 from ebuyer.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/200490

Not the greatest supply but I object to paying £100 for a power supply. And as good as the seasonic 650w appears to be I'm not paying £120 for it


My existing supply is a £20 600w CIT which I have run for 3 years on an ATI 4870 card.

It just seems to be giving up the ghost recently with my new ATI 6970 (bios flashed from a 6950). The computer failed while running a 3d game. Also the supply seems to be crackling and smelling a little.

In the short term I have put the card back to a 6950 and it seem to run fine for the time being on 3d games

I'm sure you will be fine with the CIT but I just wanted a bit of peace of mind after running cheap PSU's for 10 years now.
The coolermaster also came with a 5year warranty which sold it for me

There does appear to be lots of scaremongering with cheap PSU's but lets face it even the expensive brands fail.
I think I've had a good run with cheap PSU's over the years despite always running a top end graphics card

Edited By: poot on Jan 03, 2011 12:18: incorrect pricing
#30
Good deal, not sure I trust this PSU anymore though. I bought two of them in August 2009 to use in separate builds and over the last 6 months they've both died, luckily they didn't take any other components with them. They do have a long warranty... but after the first year you have to pay postage and they don't have a UK RMA department so you have to ship it insured delivery to Holland which costs ~£30-35 and has a 3-4 week turnaround.

Also, the TX series aren't all manufactured by Seasonic anymore, some of the newer stock are made by CWT.


Edited By: James123 on Jan 03, 2011 15:57: tx
#31
hello55060
Agharta
hello55060
Thanks for the link, actually £58.73 on the scan todays only page.
The problem is you can’t currently buy from the Today Only page as it was set on December 24th and the Today Only codes automatically expire after 7 days; try adding to your basket. When they open on Tuesday VAT will have gone up to 20% so screwed really. Have to wait for the next deal.
Guess they fixed it as I ordered it just now.

Thanks for the update, it’s working for me as well, I just checked in case it was a cookies issue. I will order a new HDD later today.
#32
polly69
Great supply but there's a better one for around the same money the Antec 650watt modular and it won CustomPC best midrange PSU its made by seasonic which are the leaders in PSU.

Indeed. This one is only 80plus basic certified. It is not even 80plus bronze, which is quite common in this price range. So it looks nice, but the technology is a bit dated.
#33
montana78
I recently transfered everything over to my new Casecom case
http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/w0205154_normal.jpg
including a 500w old stile stock PSU. as its a bigger case I have managed to a GTX 275. whilst doing a 3d performance test (the one with the floating pirate ship) @ 1920 x 1200 the PSU died on me.

I would've gone for a corsaire but I'm on a tight budget as I x-mas just went. After hours of searching I found this CiT 750w Black Edition for £31.47delivered from Amazon. (didnt order from eBuyer as they took 2 weeks to send me my PC case when I paid for 5 day delivery)

Seems plenty of power for my use. How good is this power supply?


As far as PSU brands go, I only really know the big ones, so I'm not sure if CiT is meant to be a "good" brand, but I'd avoid spending that little on a power supply. It's the one component you should really make sure is decent.
#34
this is a good psu! bought mine for £59 back in September and put it in my xmas build!
it cant be heard over the case fans so it is quiet.
if i was buying now tho, i would go for the 650w antec Truepower new. its about the same quality but is modular for the same price
#35
MrPuddington
polly69
Great supply but there's a better one for around the same money the Antec 650watt modular and it won CustomPC best midrange PSU its made by seasonic which are the leaders in PSU.

Indeed. This one is only 80plus basic certified. It is not even 80plus bronze, which is quite common in this price range. So it looks nice, but the technology is a bit dated.


The antec is four rails though, rather than one rail on the corsair. I believe this is bad as four rails don't scale as well as one does. If anyone can correct me on this, though, I'd be happy to listen. I've been considering getting a PSU for a while to run SLI or Crossfire GPUs, but have been waiting for a good deal as paying £70 for a PSU seems a bit steep.
#36
FlamingBee
MrPuddington
polly69
Great supply but there's a better one for around the same money the Antec 650watt modular and it won CustomPC best midrange PSU its made by seasonic which are the leaders in PSU.

Indeed. This one is only 80plus basic certified. It is not even 80plus bronze, which is quite common in this price range. So it looks nice, but the technology is a bit dated.


The antec is four rails though, rather than one rail on the corsair. I believe this is bad as four rails don't scale as well as one does. If anyone can correct me on this, though, I'd be happy to listen. I've been considering getting a PSU for a while to run SLI or Crossfire GPUs, but have been waiting for a good deal as paying £70 for a PSU seems a bit steep.


PSU Dual/Quad Rails Explanation
http://www.avforums.com/forums/cases-power-supplies/784859-psu-dual-quad-rails-explanation.html

http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/189573-10-single-dual-rail

Edited By: stealthx on Jan 03, 2011 19:00
#37
Seems a bit pricey for a non-modular PSU.
#38
ahobday
montana78
I recently transfered everything over to my new Casecom case http://image.ebuyer.com/UK/w0205154_normal.jpgincluding a 500w old stile stock PSU. as its a bigger case I have managed to a GTX 275. whilst doing a 3d performance test (the one with the floating pirate ship) @ 1920 x 1200 the PSU died on me.I would've gone for a corsaire but I'm on a tight budget as I x-mas just went. After hours of searching I found this CiT 750w Black Edition for £31.47delivered from Amazon. (didnt order from eBuyer as they took 2 weeks to send me my PC case when I paid for 5 day delivery)Seems plenty of power for my use. How good is this power supply?
As far as PSU brands go, I only really know the big ones, so I'm not sure if CiT is meant to be a "good" brand, but I'd avoid spending that little on a power supply. It's the one component you should really make sure is decent.

i rodered a cooler master GX 650w but after reading a review where it died on test I rang scan today to cancel before they dispatched it. Will bite the bullet & order a corsair one like my brother did last month. I did a thorough research on it this time & very sure I want this one (3rd psu ordered in the last week :3
#39
am I missing something? It's showing as £69.73 including vat & £5.99 delivery oO
#40
Bought a FSP 700W from Scan last year.Think they are around this price now.Was lucky to get one for £27 delivered last year :)

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