XFX 650W XXX Edition modular PSU £69.99 @ ebuyer
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XFX 650W XXX Edition modular PSU £69.99 @ ebuyer

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Found 25th Aug 2010
Designed specifically for the performance gamer, the XFX 650W XXX Edition PSU supports multiple high-end graphics cards. Offering an array of unparalleled features, the XFX 650W PSU delivers exceptional performance.
Benefits
Specifically designd to support multiple, high-end graphic adapters
Single, high-power +12V rail eliminates the problems associated with multiple +12V power distribution
Industrial grade components insure high reliability and long life
High efficiency not only helps protect the environment but also allows the XFX 650W PSU to run cool and quiet
Combining both fixed and modular cables delivers superior performance and flexibility

KEY FEATURES
650W of continuous power at 50°C
Tight voltage regulation (±3%)
High efficiency operation up to 85% (80 Plus Bronze)
Single, high power +12V rail (up to 52A/624W)
High quality Japanese brand capacitors (105°C)
Quiet 135mm ball bearing fan provides superior cooling
Supports multiple high-end graphic adapters (NVIDIA SLI & ATI CrossFire Ready)
Supports the latest ATX12V and EPS12V standards
Active PFC with Universal AC input
Detachable modular cables
Energy Star 4.0 and RoHS compliant


Fixed Cables/Connectors
(1) Main Power ATX 20+4-pin
(1) ATX 12V 4+4-pin
(1) EPS12V 8-pin
(2) PCI-E 6+2-pin and (2) PCI-E 6-pin
Modular Cables/Connectors
(2) PCI-E 6-pin
(2) Serial ATA 15-pin up to 6 conectors
(1) Peripheral 4-pin up to 3 connectors
(1) FDD 4-pin up to 1 connectors

4 Comments

reviews for the lazy here and here

This should power any quad core single GPU setup, i dont i risk SLI or Crossfire with 2 highend cards.
Price seems to be very good, i paid £100 for 700w a few years ago - but prices have increased since than

I recently bought this for my CM 690 II Advanced case, with an Asus M4A785TD-V Evo motherboard. Very good so far, looks great, however there is one major flaw.

The 4 pin power connector is too short which means I have to route it over the middle of the motherboard. This doesn't cause problems as it's not tight, just not long enough to reach round the outside. People who love having a flawless cable management system going on should go for something like a Corsair which would probably have better suited cables for cable management.

Hope this helps someone.

a goo

AwsmStar

I recently bought this for my CM 690 II Advanced case, with an Asus … I recently bought this for my CM 690 II Advanced case, with an Asus M4A785TD-V Evo motherboard. Very good so far, looks great, however there is one major flaw.The 4 pin power connector is too short which means I have to route it over the middle of the motherboard. This doesn't cause problems as it's not tight, just not long enough to reach round the outside. People who love having a flawless cable management system going on should go for something like a Corsair which would probably have better suited cables for cable management.Hope this helps someone.



a good thing if you have a smaller case though.
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