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Corsair TX650M 650W 80 Plus Gold Semi Modular Power Supply - £62.76 at Amazon
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Corsair TX650M 650W 80 Plus Gold Semi Modular Power Supply - £62.76 at Amazon

£62.76£79.9922%Amazon Deals
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Posted 30th Jun
Good price and solid, power efficient PSU. Tier A (Mid-Range), details here

Specification:
- Model: TX650M
- Power: 650 Watts
- 80 Plus: Gold
- Cybenetics: ETA-C Efficiency, LAMBDA-A noise rating.
- MTBF: 100,000 hours
- Fan bearing technology: Riffle
- Fan size (mm): 120
- Modular: Semi
- Safety: Over-voltage protection, under-voltage protection, short circuit protection, over power protection, and over temperature protection
- Safety and Agency Approvals: FCC, ICES, CE, UL, cUL, RCM, TÜV, CB, CCC, BSMI, EAC, RoHS, WEEE, KC
- Compatibility: ATX12V v2.4 + EPS 2.92 & backward compatible with ATX12V 2.2, 2.31
- Product Dimensions (mm): 150 x 140 x 86
- Weight: 1.7
- Warranty: 7 Years

Connectors:
- 1x 24-pin ATX Cable
- 1x EPS12V/ATX12V Cable (4+4)
- 2x2 PCIe Cable (6+2)
- 2x3 SATA Cable
- 1x4 PATA Cable
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I have this, been great no issues, great price. Also it's only 140mm long, so no issues with case compatibility if it accepts a ATX PSU.
Edited by: "Pauley-B" 30th Jun
The 650 is slightly underpowered for me, but just checked the link and they have 550, 650, 750 and 850 all on offer. Just picked up the 850W for £80! Schweet. Thanks OP!
Andy_Mathieson30/06/2019 17:51

The 650 is slightly underpowered for me, but just checked the link and …The 650 is slightly underpowered for me, but just checked the link and they have 550, 650, 750 and 850 all on offer. Just picked up the 850W for £80! Schweet. Thanks OP!


I got the 650 as it was on sale when I brought it, but if I could of got an 850 for just £17 more I would have for sure! ;-)
Excellent review/test of the 850 here.
Opted for the 850 for a future new build. Well I am slowly getting the parts. Just irritated I missed the MSI b450 carbon pro motherboard and Vega 56 eBay ebuyer express deals with the 20% code a few days ago. They had sold out by the time I went to purchase them. Hopefully there will be similar deals in the near future.

Currently got an Antec Truepower 650w which has been running for a few years. Is it a good idea to replace PSUs every few years, or just wait for them to die?
thetarget01/07/2019 01:44

Opted for the 850 for a future new build. Well I am slowly getting the …Opted for the 850 for a future new build. Well I am slowly getting the parts. Just irritated I missed the MSI b450 carbon pro motherboard and Vega 56 eBay ebuyer express deals with the 20% code a few days ago. They had sold out by the time I went to purchase them. Hopefully there will be similar deals in the near future.Currently got an Antec Truepower 650w which has been running for a few years. Is it a good idea to replace PSUs every few years, or just wait for them to die?


Sorry buddy I got one of those Vega 56s, but I'm sure when Navi launches it'll come again. Might be worth holding out for the new motherboards now, they are just round the corner, at the very least should bring down the price of the B450s.

I will keep my TX650M until it dies. I will never run crossfire or SLI so I can't see a situation where I'll even be working that hard, so fingers crossed I can match it's 7 years warranty at least.

Personally if your Antec PSU is working fine, I wouldn't replace it, unless I had a need for more watts/connectors or new form factor like SFX, but that's just me. When I built my brother's pc for him on a strict budget I used pretty much all second hand parts, including PSU of eBay, and he's had that a couple of years now no problems. Could be luck though
I repair computers for a living and I get broken corsair psu's not much more than a year old brought to me all the time. I won't touch them for this reason. Not all corsair hardware is bad though It's the only item of corsair I ever get brought to me broken and I use corsair ram myself.
Edited by: "simonjamescull" 1st Jul
simonjamescull01/07/2019 07:18

I repair computers for a living and I get broken corsair psu's not much …I repair computers for a living and I get broken corsair psu's not much more than a year old brought to me all the time. I won't touch them for this reason. Not all corsair hardware is bad though It's the only item of corsair I ever get brought to me broken and I use corsair ram myself.


You should have said earlier
Excellent price, bought a non modular Be Quiet! for this price. I highly recommend that you go for modular/semi modular, all those extra wires are a pain to deal with.
OldEngine01/07/2019 16:13

Excellent price, bought a non modular Be Quiet! for this price. I highly …Excellent price, bought a non modular Be Quiet! for this price. I highly recommend that you go for modular/semi modular, all those extra wires are a pain to deal with.


Wires are not a pain if you get a modern case with firewalls in it. With new case designs I think modular will become a thing of the past.
fohens01/07/2019 08:23

My Corsair PSU is 11 years old and still going strong.


I have a £25 unbranded psu that's 10 years old and still working but that's one case. When you repair computers for a living you see patterns other People don't.
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