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CORSAIR RM650x Modular PSU - 650 W - £64.99 with code @ Currys

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Prepare your PC for the latest component upgrades with the Corsair RM650x Modular PSU.

With 650 W of power this modular PSU is ready to run powerful PCs with high-end graphics cards such as the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070. Its modular design means it's great for upgrades or new builds as you can manage the cabling the way you want.

Corsairs' RMx series is designed to deliver extremely consistent power to prevent power spikes or drops in the middle of a session. Despite this, it has still manages an 80 PLUS Gold rating which certifies it doesn't waste energy or get overly hot.

Zero Fan Mode cuts the sound of the fans to 0 dB when your PC isn't running under full load - great for watching films without distraction
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Model Number: CP-9020178-UK
Official Corsair webpage (£104.99 on there): corsair.com/uk/…-UK
RMx Series Quick Start Guide PDF

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If you choose Home Delivery, code FNDDGAMING takes the total to £64.99 (UK Mainland):3978085_1.jpgRMx Series RM650x 80 PLUS Gold Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
CORSAIR RM650x series fully modular power supplies are built withthe highest quality components to deliver 80 PLUS Gold efficient power to your PC, with virtually silent operation.

RMx power supplies are tuned with a low-noise fan curve to ensure that, even at full load, fan noise is kept to a minimum.
3978085_1.jpg80 PLUS GOLD CERTIFIED
The RM650x can deliver power with over 90% efficiency to keep energy consumption, noise, temperatures, and your power bill low.
3978085_1.jpg100% ALL JAPANESE 105°C CAPACITORS
By using high-end electrolytic capacitors, the RM650x delivers the unwavering power and long-term reliability you’ve come to expect from a CORSAIR power supply.
3978085_1.jpgZERO RPM FAN MODE
At low and medium loads the RM650x’s cooling fan doesn’t spin until you need it, for near-silent operation.
3978085_1.jpgTEN-YEAR WARRANTY
CORSAIR offers a ten-year warranty on all RMx series power supplies, your guarantee of reliable operation that will last across several system builds. If you run into any problems during the installation or use of an RMx power supply, CORSAIR global customer support is ready to help.

The RM650x’s 160mm-long casing ensures an easy fit in almost all modern enthusiast PC cases
The RM650x’s fully modular power cables mean that you only connect the cables your system needs, making clean and tidy builds easier.

Colour Black
Dimensions 150 x 86 x 160 mm (H x W x D)
Weight 1.67 kg
Manufacturer’s guarantee 10 years
Box contents
- Corsair RM650x Modular PSU
- Motherboard cable (20+4) x 1
- CPU cable (4+4) x 1
- PCIe cable (6+2) x 2
- Peripheral cable (4 pin) x 2
- SATA power cable x 2
- Power adapter cable x 1
Form factor Modular
Power 650 W
80 PLUS certification 80 PLUS Gold
Cooling 135 mm fan
- ATX (24 PIN)
- PCIe (6+2)
- Peripheral
- CPU (4+2)
Modular Yes
Noise level 22 dB

Amazon amazon.co.uk/Cor…RPN
£104.99 Incl VAT
Overclockers (OOS) overclockers.co.uk/cor…tml
Box (OOS) box.co.uk/CP-…tml

Amazon reviews, sorted by variant, here
3978085-u4TqJ.jpg3978085-fd64E.jpgReview from Tom's Hardware (from July 2016): tomshardware.com/rev…tml3978085_1.jpg3978085_1.jpg3978085_1.jpgAdamant IT reviews this (from March 2016):
01:30 What's in the Multi - Sticky Bag
02:07 Power Supply Cables
03:52 The Unit
04:39 A look around
05:44 Cable comparisons
10:12 Overall Summary
10:36 Final Summary
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    It's tempting to economise on PSUs.


    I have a decade-old Corsair PSU still going strong, after unbranded ones that lasted about 2 years each.
    To be fair, I had a 6yr cheapie no name brand which was fine, until the fan started making a noise. Then one day I could smell burning. Shutdown pc and ordered a new Corsair.
    I was very lucky that the PSU didn't take the motherboard and other components with it.
    Don't risk it.
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    Anybody any info on currys adx power supplies. Seem reasonably priced. But can't find much information about them.
    idk about the power supplies but adx is curries own brand and I have used 4 of their other products (chair, keyboard, mouse and headset) and honestly I would avoid them like the plague, I bought them when I was tight on money and they seemed a good deal but 3 of them barely lasted 3 months, not worth
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    Whilst I personally avoid the crooks that are Currys, this is a good price for an excellent product.
    Just make sure that 650w is sufficient for your needs though. If you are building a current gaming rig you might be better off buying the 850w or higher units.
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    These days 650w isn't enough because 3000 series recommends at least 750w
    And newer GPUs and CPU may require even a 1000w PSU
    A little off, a 3060 is 550, a 3060ti is 600-650 dependant on model, 3070/ti is 650-700, 3080 is 750 and a 3090 I'd personally recommend 850+
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    Good price. Heat!
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    Cheers last item need for a build
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    Great price for this PSU!

    If anyone is after more power you can actually grab the brilliant RM750x in white from the AWD-IT eBay store right now for £79. Great if you wanna do a white themed build!! I would have got it myself if I didin't just order the new RM850 2021 edition off Amazon. (edited)