Seasonic Focus PLUS 650W 80+ GOLD Modular Power Supply PSU - £79.99 @ Amazon
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Seasonic Focus PLUS 650W 80+ GOLD Modular Power Supply PSU - £79.99 @ Amazon

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Found 5th Apr
I've been looking for a decent power supply for a while and found this at a decent price. I was originally looking at the EVGA 750 QG posted earlier, but figured the Seasonic option was better quality (with 10yr warranty) from a well-established brand and powerful enough for my needs.

It's also available from Overclockers for £90.49 Delivered
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Original Poster
Message to moderator: Why are you changing the Overclockers price to £90.49 when it shows as £79.99 for me?

Never mind
Edited by: "wizk1" 5th Apr
wizk16 m ago

Message to moderator: Why are you changing the Overclockers price to …Message to moderator: Why are you changing the Overclockers price to £90.49 when it shows as £79.99 for me?


Delivery costs I assume.
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LiamLFC922 m ago

Delivery costs I assume.


Yes, you're right. I had to register and get through to the end of the checkout process to find this out. Sneaky sneaky
pretty decent
I bought my Seasonic X750 (80+ gold) modular power supply on amazon a year ago for 89.
Highly recommended top class PSU, always use the best with your expensive components
Very well ranked PSU:
linustechtips.com/mai…ed/

And Neostar is right, I'm never cutting corners on a PSU again. I don't even resent paying for a good one any more, there's something reassuring about picking up a high-quality PSU!

OCUK do have expensive delivery...
What's really the difference between this and a 40 quid Corsair PSU?
cold - the picture quite clearly shows that these units are all upside down. no wonder they're flogging them cheap.
Odd - this is showing up as "pre-order only" from Amazon with Prime - it is available from others already at a higher price, which doesn;t make much sense to me...!
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Rookiereece1003 h, 14 m ago

What's really the difference between this and a 40 quid Corsair PSU?


Far better ripple suppression which results in more reliable overclocking, not to mention making the unit itself more reliable as the caps have to do less work.
Have the exact one. bought for £82 on Black Friday with free delivery. You won't go wrong with Seasonic - it's among the top brands in terms of quality and reliability
I've been looking at these, reviews say it can get quite noisy at high loads can anyone that has one confirm this?
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