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It looks like this PSU have gone down in price with the release of the '650w TX V2'. Still a top PSU though!

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Advanced Technology, High Performance - Corsair 650W TX Series PSU

Enthusiasts who require the ultimate in price performance PSU technology will find the Corsair 650W PSU TX series will meet even the most
demanding of requirements

Corsair 650W TX PSU 's are engineered using advanced technology and components typically found with high performance power supplies. SLI-Ready, 5-Year Corsair PSU Warranty 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 Corsair TX family of PSU ideal for the value/quality conscious enthusiast.
With a large 140mm (120mm on Corsair 650W PSU) 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 650W TX Series PSU Features:

* Supports ATX12V v2.2 standard and older ATX12V 2.01 spec
* Ultra-quiet 120mm (140mm on TX750W) 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.
* Corsair TX 750W Dimension: 5.9"(W) x 3.4"(H) X 6.3"(L);
* Corsair TX 650W Dimension: 5.9"(W) x 3.4"(H) X 5.5"(L);
* MTBF: 100,000 Hours

Cable Connectors:
•20+4pin power connector
•4+4pin ATX 12V Connector
•2x 6pin PCI-E VGA card Connectors
•8x SATA Connectors
•8x 4pin peripheral Molex Connectors
•2x Floppy connectors
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#1
sorry to be slightly OT:
need a lower power, cheaper but high quality psu.. CX430 any good for £35?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/240998


Edited By: Smiff on Mar 16, 2011 14:07
1 Like #2
Smiff
sorry to be slightly OT:
need a lower power, cheaper but high quality psu.. CX430 any good for £35?[url=%0Ahttp://www.ebuyer.com/product/240998]
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/240998[/url]



Yep, that's a decent PSU at that price point
#3
FYI, basically same price at scan, only a few pence in it. Some people may prefer them as a retailer if they get free delivery (which everyone should!)

Solid reliable PSU this one, gets great reviews. Still think I'd go for the CM Pro Gold 600W which is often on Today Only page at this price as I want a modular one and its got higher efficiency rating but its horses for courses I suppose
#4
Handy comparison chart for those two PSUs
http://performancehardware.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/efficiency.jpg
#5
The only negative aspect of the TX650W is the acoustic performance since it becomes audible at 50% load and noisy quickly after that

-hardwareheaven.com
#6
hmm not sure why the cold comments from the top 2 guys, they are comparing a Ferrari to a Micra!

- CX430 isnt even 80plus certified therefore its poor efficiency
- Only 28A on the 12v rail, many of todays top end graphics cards require over 30A !

-TX650 is 80plus certified
- 52A on the 12v rail easily handling 1 top end graphics card or Xfire/SLI midrange cards


CX430 is good for its price point but thats where it should stay!
#7
i didn't vote cold. i just need a cheaper psu to replace an FSP that just blew up (1 year warranty!). any cheap ~400w with a 3 year warranty? noticed the CX430 only 2 years, not a good sign..

Edited By: Smiff on Mar 16, 2011 14:21
#8
naz400r
hmm not sure why the cold comments from the top 2 guys, they are comparing a Ferrari to a Micra!

- CX430 isnt even 80plus certified therefore its poor efficiency
- Only 28A on the 12v rail, many of todays top end graphics cards require over 30A !

-TX650 is 80plus certified
- 52A on the 12v rail easily handling 1 top end graphics card or Xfire/SLI midrange cards


CX430 is good for its price point but thats where it should stay!


What the hell? I didn't vote cold, and I didn't even compare those 2 PSUs, I was comparing the HX650 to the Coolermaster Pro Gold 600W...

Was only trying to be helpful!
#9
Nobull

Was only trying to be helpful!


and you were. sort of waiting for that 330W Seasonic to come back on Today Only but not sure it ever will.. efficiency isn't so important on a lower power system esp. if it's only running a few hours a day.
#10
I never said anybody voted cold!

Ive been following this PSU for a while and it was retailing above £70 till now, just thought i'd post for anybody who was after one
#11
Smiff
Nobull

Was only trying to be helpful!


and you were. sort of waiting for that 330W Seasonic to come back on Today Only but not sure it ever will.. efficiency isn't so important on a lower power system esp. if it's only running a few hours a day.


Tbh I would just go with that CX430 if I were you. Nowt better out there for the price, either that or fork out an extra £10+ to get something better...
#12
naz400r
I never said anybody voted cold!

Ive been following this PSU for a while and it was retailing above £70 till now, just thought i'd post for anybody who was after one


"Cold comments"/ "Cold Votes"...not a lot in it! It is a decent price on this PSU, I voted accordingly
#13
Nobull
Tbh I would just go with that CX430 if I were you. Nowt better out there for the price, either that or fork out an extra £10+ to get something better...

Antec Earthwatts 380w? Possibly a contender?


Nobull
"Cold comments"/ "Cold Votes"...not a lot in it! It is a decent price on this PSU, I voted accordingly

I understand that my comment may have been misconstrued. Apologies for that!

THanking you for providing alternatives to the deal posted
#14
650W Corsair CMPSU-650TXUK TX, 86% Eff', SLI/CrossFire, 37dB, EPS 12V, 120mm Quiet Fan, Single Rail £58.79

today only page on scan about 1/3 way down page

I have this psu and it is quiet and solid, I have overclocked i750 & 460gtx graphics, both of which are noisier than the psu


Edited By: 52919 on Mar 16, 2011 14:44
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WORTH NOTING THAT THE PREVIOUSLY DISCUSSED CX430 IS ON TODAY ONLY AT £31.19!

BARGAIN!
#16
Nobull
WORTH NOTING THAT THE PREVIOUSLY DISCUSSED CX430 IS ON TODAY ONLY AT £31.19!

BARGAIN!


was about to order, but after checking reviews am looking for a Antec EA380 instead. few pounds more, but not worth the risk imho.

http://www.google.co.uk/products/catalog?q=antec+EA380&hl=en&cid=12877496173507244044&os=reviews

http://www.google.co.uk/products/catalog?hl=en&client=opera&q=corsair+CX430&cid=3294721464053260689&os=reviews

edit:
i've started new thread for the Antec here:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/antec-ea-380d-psu-power-supply-35-80-delivered-cbc/900625



Edited By: Smiff on Mar 17, 2011 16:04: blah

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