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A computer is a necessity in the modern world, but PCs can't function properly without an efficient and reliable Power Supply Unit (PSU). Finding the right PSU is vital for anyone building their own PC or who wants to have room to expand their current system's capabilities. All of the most reputable global PSU brands and their current deals can be found at the dedicated HotUKDeals pages.
A computer is a necessity in the modern world, but PCs can't function properly without an efficient and reliable Power Supply Unit (PSU). Finding the right PSU is vital for anyone building their own PC or who wants to have room to expand their current system's capabilities. All of the most reputable global PSU brands and their current deals can be found at the dedicated HotUKDeals pages.
A computer is a necessity in the modern world, but PCs can't function properly without an efficient and reliable Power Supply Unit (PSU). Finding the right PSU is vital for anyone building their own PC or who wants to have room to expand their current system's capabilities. All of the most reputable global PSU brands and their current deals can be found at the dedicated HotUKDeals pages. Read more
Seasonic Platinum Fanless Series 400W Modular PSU - £106.34 Delivered @ cclonline
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So if a platinum 400W PSU is £100, and a gold 400W PSU is £60, then you run them both at full power continuously... It will take 7 years for the platinum power supply to make up the difference in price.

(89% efficiency at 100% load for gold, 90% for platinum so about 5W difference at 100% load, 15p/kwh)

Now extra warranty length? That may be worthwhile.
Tiny252 h, 20 m ago

Unless I'm mistaken, the power requirement for a 1080ti is 600w? That's …Unless I'm mistaken, the power requirement for a 1080ti is 600w? That's taken from the Nvidia website http://www.nvidia.com/content/geforce-gtx/GTX_1080_Ti_User_Guide.pdf


That’s recomended by nvidia , the 1080ti would never draw more than about 350-400w and much less most the time .
still voted cold tho as you could get a decent 650w Seasonic psu for less than this and psu noise has never bothered me at all (never even noticed it over system fans
if you're building anything that would require modular PSU I would be surprised to see a build need as little as 400, I think im pushing my luck running 600 D:
Unless I'm mistaken, the power requirement for a 1080ti is 600w? That's taken from the Nvidia website

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ST312316 m ago

Utterly nutty money for a 400watt PSU IMHO, for this price I'd expect the …Utterly nutty money for a 400watt PSU IMHO, for this price I'd expect the entire thing to be made of platinum. You don't need to spend anything approaching this for a decent PSU. I know it's fanless but unless the rest of your system is too it isn't going to help much with noise. Plus many modern PSUs keep the fan off below a certain loading so you could be better going for a higher wattage unit that doesn't have to work so hard....


But high power PSU's are far less efficient when run at low loads.
Personally 396w on the 12v+ rail is plenty for somebody wanting a low noise system. It's enough for a i7 with 1080ti system.
You are paying a premium price for a premium product. If you are paying over £1k for your system I don't see spending 10% on a PSU as a massive ask. You would spend that on a £400 system?
XFX XTR 650W 80+ Gold PSU - (PSU0841) - £60.11 @ CCL Online
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Absolute steal at this price 80+Gold free delivery too. Manufacturer XFX Part Number P1-650B-BEFX UPC 778656063068 Condition New
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polly6923 h, 30 m ago

Fantastic price for a great PSU, i have a 750w Coolermaster Bronze semi …Fantastic price for a great PSU, i have a 750w Coolermaster Bronze semi modular and i just dont know if im arsed to pull it all out to replace it, i know its better than mine but mine has a 5 year warranty and is a cracking PSU thats quiet and has run well for years.Have some heat im sure these were around £100 and the oem is Seasonic im sure someone will put me rightIve looked it up and it is a seasonic so a gret PSUhttp://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story5&reid=434


I just retired my Coolermaster psu last year after 9 years of trouble free service and at the time it was powering a high end quad core 9550. Only had to change due to a GPU upgrade but they are decent budget power supplies in my opinion. Only cost £30 back in 2008.
Got a modular Corsair with a 10 year warranty now which is silent but would recommend Coolermaster powers supplies if funds are limited.
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Have the 850w version, lucky people who got one, great psu and probably the best you'll get for 60.
Damn, too late and OOS
Been using this for a few months now, had a Corsair PSU which died on me, it's been fantastic so far - easy to install, quiet and cheap.

Highly recommended.
£64.38 inc VAT
Rosewill Capstone-G650 650W MODULAR Power Supply 80 Plus Gold for £39.99 at Amazon (Sold by Dealtime IT and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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Hi everybody, this is the deal of the century, f650W GOLD rated SLI capable quality power supply with 5 years warranty, i use to own the 750W version for more than one year, until … Read more
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Sounded like a good deal while it lasted!
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miaomiaobaubau34 m ago

anyone received it? I received the first one today , the other was …anyone received it? I received the first one today , the other was purchased under a different screen name.So far so good, testing it and I cannot spot a minimal fault and cannot hear any noise at all.Testing now with gtx 970 sli and also rx480 crossfire. Max current draw is no more than 560 at the highest peak and on gaming.Thank you once again OP for spotting this


You're welcome! I knew it this is a good deal. I received mine too, just about to put it in my secondary rig (i5-750,GTX 570:))
anyone received it? I received the first one today , the other was purchased under a different screen name.
So far so good, testing it and I cannot spot a minimal fault and cannot hear any noise at all.
Testing now with gtx 970 sli and also rx480 crossfire. Max current draw is no more than 560 at the highest peak and on gaming.
Thank you once again OP for spotting this
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GwanGy5 h, 12 m ago

loads left now but at £69.99, so those who thought it was bad quality and …loads left now but at £69.99, so those who thought it was bad quality and too cheap can now buy it, safe in the knowledge its an expensive item. HorseHair Vs650 is there at £45 tho


It's been £70 or above most of the time - then a sudden drop to £60 a week or two ago (at just one supplier), then to £40.

I'm still bemused by the fact that the 'top comment' in this thread is fiction and lies.
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Harryisme2 h, 9 m ago

Wouldn't having the fan be too noisy after only a year be reason to not to …Wouldn't having the fan be too noisy after only a year be reason to not to recommend the power supply so highly? I'd expect a gold rates PSU's fan to be quiet for longer than that.


This could have been just a faulty one, doesn't mean all will be noisy.
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Corsair CP-9020091-UK RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular 135 mm Thermally Controlled Fan Power Supply Unit - Black £81.97 @ Amazon
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Hi, i think this is a very good price for a top range&quietest semi-passive, and fully modular GOLD rated PSU, has 10 years warranty! Usually its price start at 90+. ALSO you … Read more
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Thanks OP, building a new PC in the next few weeks or so, this'll get me started and is much cheaper than anywhere else.

Hopefully RAM prices come down in the meantime...
Cheers just picked one up from warehouse (like new) for £55. Wouldn’t have looked without this
My ageing Enermax Liberty died week before last, this is a perfect replacement, thank you OP
Went for the 750w version also with the voucher.
Busy building a new PC and this should fit the bill. Good warranty too
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EVGA SuperNOVA 650W G2 PSU, 80+ GOLD, Fully Modular Power Supply, 7 Year Warranty @ Amazon - £84.51
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EVGA SuperNOVA 650 G2, 80+ GOLD 650W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 7 Year Warranty, Includes FREE Power On Self Tester Power Supply 220-G2-0650-Y3 Seems like a good price to me. … Read more
Gkains14th Dec

I wouldn't.This EVGA is a SuperFlower SuperNOVA. Top tier OEM up there …I wouldn't.This EVGA is a SuperFlower SuperNOVA. Top tier OEM up there with Seasonic and Delta.That Corsair is some CWT made supply. Yes, Corsair do 'tweak' those CWT design a bit by speccing better quality parts than some of the other CWT customers but I'd still far prefer SuperFlower to anything CWT make.


Corsair has digital monitoring and also a 10 year warranty. Japanese capacitors and has great quality.
Paid £56 via Amazon Warehouse last month and it really is a nicely put together unit
mreriksen5 h, 50 m ago

I would defo pick this one over evga …I would defo pick this one over evga https://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CP-9020091-UK-Certified-Thermally-Controlled/dp/B015PWMT8S/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1513254724&sr=8-3&keywords=corsair+RM+gold10 year warranty



I wouldn't.
This EVGA is a SuperFlower SuperNOVA. Top tier OEM up there with Seasonic and Delta.
That Corsair is some CWT made supply. Yes, Corsair do 'tweak' those CWT design a bit by speccing better quality parts than some of the other CWT customers but I'd still far prefer SuperFlower to anything CWT make.
thought all EVGA Gold psu's came with a 10 year warranty?
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sion2253 m ago

Might as well get the G3 which is the new revision for £3 more only. This …Might as well get the G3 which is the new revision for £3 more only. This is not really a deal for G2 as this is the normal price before the sneaky price hike before blackfriday.


agreed but it's not in stock on Amazon
EVGA 650 GQ, 80+ GOLD 650W, Semi Modular PSU £65.56 with Amazon Prime
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Had this sitting in my basket for a few days and it has now dropped to the lowest price ever according to camelcamelcamel. Averages 4.6 out of 5 stars from 372 reviews, and comes w… Read more
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pogux9 h, 27 m ago

Just a warning to anyone looking to potentially upgrade their PSU, make …Just a warning to anyone looking to potentially upgrade their PSU, make sure you use the cables that come with the new PSU! Modular power supplies don't have standard pinouts - I wasn't aware of this and blew up all of my hard drives and LED fans a few weeks ago by leaving in the cables that came with my previous Corsair power supply


Best advice I've seen on here in ages.
Was this price at eBuyer when I ordered two on Saturday. Not available any more so perhaps a brief price match?
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Ev0lution6 h, 12 m ago

Excellent value for money. I'm currently running an 850w EVGA G3 Supernova …Excellent value for money. I'm currently running an 850w EVGA G3 Supernova in my machine and its been excellent for the money paid.



But aside from the EVGA badge (and if something goes wrong their customer service which is meant to be quite good), this GQ supply has nothing to do with your G3 Supernova.
Yours is made by the top-notch SuperFlower.
This is made by FSP. Who can be okay, but I would never compare them to SuperFlower or Seasonic.
Just a warning to anyone looking to potentially upgrade their PSU, make sure you use the cables that come with the new PSU! Modular power supplies don't have standard pinouts - I wasn't aware of this and blew up all of my hard drives and LED fans a few weeks ago by leaving in the cables that came with my previous Corsair power supply
Corsair HX1000 Platinum PSU - £143.80 @ Amazon
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Was in the market for a new PSU after my old one gave up the ghost. Can't complain too much as it gave me 10 happy years before dying. :) Anyway, found this and thought the price… Read more
morrk6 h, 37 m ago

Could you recommend a decent, smaller, platinum PSU for half the price of …Could you recommend a decent, smaller, platinum PSU for half the price of this?


Sure. I can do that for you.

Super Flower Platinum 550W and even better, Its only £59.99 right now.
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Ev0lution3 h, 7 m ago

Complete waste of money for most people.If you don't need 1000W (which …Complete waste of money for most people.If you don't need 1000W (which 99.9% of you wont) there is no point paying £140 odd for a PSU when you can get something that will do the job just as well at half that cost.


Could you recommend a decent, smaller, platinum PSU for half the price of this?
Great PSU at a great price - picked one of these up a few months ago for 170 odd
Complete waste of money for most people.

If you don't need 1000W (which 99.9% of you wont) there is no point paying £140 odd for a PSU when you can get something that will do the job just as well at half that cost.
icecreamwoman9 h, 29 m ago

This is only worth buying if you run 2 x Titans SLI - i.e. No-one.Higher …This is only worth buying if you run 2 x Titans SLI - i.e. No-one.Higher running cost, higher price, please read up about PSU's and what size you actually need.


That's false. Doesn't matter if it's 500W or 1000W, it will only draw from the wall what it needs, +any extra because of its efficiency. A 1000W PSU doesn't draw 1000W from the wall all the time...
Corsair CS650M 650W Hybrid Modular Power Supply (80+GOLD) @ SCAN £65.47 Delivered
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650W Corsair CS650M, Hybrid Modular, 80PLUS Gold, 1x120mm Fan, ATX v2.92, PSU. FREE next day Delivery if you're a member of HEXUS Forums otherwise its £5.48 via courier or Collect … Read more
How long are the cables on this?
Have an R5 case and need longer cables for some neat routing.
Would rather not but cable extensions as the cost can really mount up.
It mounts at the bottom by the way.
cigbunt3 h, 16 m ago

can anyone confirm if the fans on this are off until the PSU is under load?


It would seem not. The fan noise never seems to drop to 0 decibels, even at 0% load.


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Tuzara0119 h, 45 m ago

Before you buy, keep in mind this is not a gaming PSU. I made the mistake …Before you buy, keep in mind this is not a gaming PSU. I made the mistake of buying this CS corsair PSU and is now collecting dust. Overheated every single day after 20minutes of gaming = instant shut down.(this summer) These are rated i believe to work under 30C thats PSU not room temp.


You should have returned it, your unit is clearly faulty (assuming you weren't trying to get it to supply more than 650w).

The continuous output rated temperature for the CS650M is 40C, according to Corsair themselves (see the "Tech Specs" section): corsair.com/en-…psu


There's no such thing as a "gaming PSU". The PSU only cares about how much power you're asking it for, not what you're doing with that power.
can anyone confirm if the fans on this are off until the PSU is under load?
Tuzara0114 h, 22 m ago

Before you buy, keep in mind this is not a gaming PSU. I made the mistake …Before you buy, keep in mind this is not a gaming PSU. I made the mistake of buying this CS corsair PSU and is now collecting dust. Overheated every single day after 20minutes of gaming = instant shut down.(this summer) These are rated i believe to work under 30C thats PSU not room temp.


Every PSU can be used for gaming. It's not the manufacturers fault you got a bad unit or bought one that was too underpowered. 650W is plenty for gaming, multiple ssds and HDDs.
Corsair TX850M 850W PSU for £89.99 @ CCL Online
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sqlguerrilla1 h, 30 m ago

not really. I am after a TX650 or 750 and for that price i would buy it. …not really. I am after a TX650 or 750 and for that price i would buy it. Unfortunately you posted CX and not TX. Thanks anyway.




oh right. whoops!

tx650 is 70. it was 58 a few days ago

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upset.brown.pant22 m ago

so you can post the deal? yeah, …so you can post the deal? yeah, sure:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Corsair-CX750M-750W-ATX-80-Bronze-PC-Power-Supply-Black-120mm-Fan-Protection-PSU-/400777452529https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/corsair-cx750m-750w-semi-modular-atx-80-plus-bronze-power-supply-n35nuhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CP-9020061-UK-Builder-CXM750-Semi-Modular/dp/B00ALK3QRS/


not really. I am after a TX650 or 750 and for that price i would buy it. Unfortunately you posted CX and not TX.
Thanks anyway.
upset.brown.pant1 h, 8 m ago

the 750 version is currently £72 at maplin & their ebay and amazon stores. …the 750 version is currently £72 at maplin & their ebay and amazon stores. hth


link please ?
the 750 version is currently £72 at maplin & their ebay and amazon stores.

hth
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Up to £107.99 now Lucky for those who got for £84.99!
ataritheone8 h, 49 m ago

Question wasn't about mining and its limits. No need for any calculators …Question wasn't about mining and its limits. No need for any calculators or lecture on any of its aspects. Question was simple: Is this power supply good for mining? Does it have any qualities that suit it to it? Or maybe completely otherwise? Can someone give me a tip?Your opinion on quality of it brings absolutely nothing on the subject. Especially when its wrong.I don't have time and energy to through 15 reviews or 20 forums hoping that maybe actually someone mentions something valuable about this particular psu.I was only hoping someone already knows and gives me few tips.If you don't intend to help, keep your rants to your personal blog, where you can pour your heart out, maybe you'll find someone who cares. Making people go through your creations that wasn't either on the subject or intended to help is plainly wasting their time.I had hope that you might share some knowledge, yet obviously you would have to have it in first place...


I'm sorry, you seem to have misread I never said anything about mining and its limits either.

the calculator i spoke of was a POWER CALCULATOR which i clearly said, its used to calculate power requirements based on specific components, you imput the components into the calculator it works out your minimum wattage requirement.
you never asked about qualities before. you simply asked if it was good for crypto mining.
it has quite acceptable, some would say good ripple suppression and rail voltage stability for mining, in a normal pc the same psu would be classified as excellent but for mining you could want better but you don't need better.

you always have to calculate power consumption first, then look through wattage appropriate psu's first then pick a good quality one from there. don't assume wattage is all that changes with higher models, sometimes ones in the same series can vary heavily for example i cant remember if its g1 g2 or gq series the 650w was awesome but the same line the 750w wasn't great.

btw my original comment while harsh was made to help, to help you understand your question couldn't be answered. if i answered yes or no then i would have been wrong based on the fact i would have given you an answer based on a guess based on a poor question

if you don't understand now please don't resort to saying i don't know what I'm talking about.
PeteW5 h, 26 m ago

Assuming 6 GPUs, you'd be better off with the 1000W which they have for …Assuming 6 GPUs, you'd be better off with the 1000W which they have for £122.99 which is also a steal.


Thanks!
matt1011016 h, 49 m ago

JonnyGuru review of this PSU: …JonnyGuru review of this PSU: http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=451TL:DR: It's a very good PSU, he rates it as follows...Performance: 9Functionality: 9.5Value: 8.5 (largely irrelevant here, as the rating is based on US MSRP). Build Quality: 10Total Score: 9.2



THANKS!
Syst3mzero3 h, 6 m ago

if your mate cant calculate power needs by going on google and checking …if your mate cant calculate power needs by going on google and checking out a power calculator for his components I doubt crypto mining is for him.Crypto mining is more complex than google!the question you asked is terrible and this is why, if we were talking cars which most people are more fluent in you just asked this question..."my mate has a car, should he put petrol or diesel in it?" how would we know? maybe its neither it could even be electric, we have no details to work with!sorry i seem a bit intolerant but i have had decades of having to be nice to people who asked IT questions that realistically were so stupid that it drove me insane.In the 90s one person actually asked me if the reason their mouse wasn't working was because it wasn't plugged in!


Question wasn't about mining and its limits. No need for any calculators or lecture on any of its aspects. Question was simple:
Is this power supply good for mining? Does it have any qualities that suit it to it? Or maybe completely otherwise? Can someone give me a tip?
Your opinion on quality of it brings absolutely nothing on the subject. Especially when its wrong.

I don't have time and energy to through 15 reviews or 20 forums hoping that maybe actually someone mentions something valuable about this particular psu.
I was only hoping someone already knows and gives me few tips.

If you don't intend to help, keep your rants to your personal blog, where you can pour your heart out, maybe you'll find someone who cares.
Making people go through your creations that wasn't either on the subject or intended to help is plainly wasting their time.

I had hope that you might share some knowledge, yet obviously you would have to have it in first place...
deal has expired typical amazon its gone up by £20 some one needs to look into their pricing practices they are iffy.
morty27 m ago

looking at it too simple more to psu there the listed wattsThis unit is …looking at it too simple more to psu there the listed wattsThis unit is good but not that great also do you need anything near 750w I don't think you do so it is pointless get a top quality 550w I would get sunflower leadex 550w for £70 (full modular) over this or even bitfenix formula 550w for same price (non modular)



JonnyGuru gave the 850w and 650w versions of the EVGA GQ overall scores of 9.2/10 and 9.4/10, respectively. Both had their average score dragged down by the "Value" category (both scored 8.5/10), which is irrelevant anyway when you're looking at UK sale prices, not US MSRP. Unless the 750w version is vastly different to its siblings, I can't imagine it's anything other than a great PSU.


I'm not saying the EVGA GQ is the best PSU line ever, it isn't. However, as I said above, unless the 750w is considerably worse than its 650w and 850w siblings, to describe it as "good but not that great" is pretty misleading. "Great but not the absolute best money can buy", would be far closer to the truth.


As for whether people need 750w or can make do with less, that's entirely down to use case.
matt10110124th Nov

I'd say this one. The extra 100w is nice to have and the semi-modular …I'd say this one. The extra 100w is nice to have and the semi-modular design doesn't really matter when the only permanently connected cable is the 24 pin; it's difficult to use your PC without that one connected!




looking at it too simple more to psu there the listed watts

This unit is good but not that great also do you need anything near 750w I don't think you do so it is pointless get a top quality 550w I would get sunflower leadex 550w for £70 (full modular) over this or even bitfenix formula 550w for same price (non modular)
locoperro11 h, 6 m ago

This or a Corsair RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular for similar …This or a Corsair RM650x 650 W 80 Plus Gold Certified Modular for similar price which would be better thank you


I'd say this one.

The extra 100w is nice to have and the semi-modular design doesn't really matter when the only permanently connected cable is the 24 pin; it's difficult to use your PC without that one connected!
NenoDealHunter12 m ago

This is 750W but the Corsair one is fully modular, although this …This is 750W but the Corsair one is fully modular, although this "semi-modular" PSU isn't really bad, the only cable that's unconnectable is the 24-pin motherboard header, so no problems there.I'd advise EVGA's one. Had a lot of products and experience with them.


thank you very much its so hard some times to make your mind up. I suppose its almost flip a coin
Corsair HX1200 Platinum 80+ Fully Modular PSU at Amazon for £169.99
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OOS but can still order for when it comes back into stock. Features 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency, delivering 90% energy efficiency at real world load conditions. ZeroRPM mode fo… Read more
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Oh and the hx1200 isn't compatible with most aftermarket cables and unless you like spending hours on sleeving... Get a different model imho
AXi, HXi etc newer models all have interoperability and most aftermarket cables work
Good psu in it's day
Unfortunately time hasn't been kind
No digital power monitoring on the non 'i' model

I have several hx1200i and just for power monitoring when overclocking it's tremendously useful (albeit £215, so more expensive)
Bought a few AX1200i from amazon warehouse for £204 yesterday, which gives digital power delivery and even more granular control. Literally could not go back to non digital.
I wanna see the machine with a 1200w power supply. That's one extreme machine. You can do OC SLI GTX1080ti with 1000w lol
Good price for the 850W too for those that don't need huge amounts of power.
supberb price paid £152 for the 1000w version and thought thagt was a good price
Corsair HX850 850 W Full Modular 80 Plus Platinum 135 mm Fan ATX Power Supply Unit - Black £115.57 @ Amazon
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If I hadn't just bought a 'used very good' hx1000i from amazon warehouse (£140) I would have bought this
Corsair TX-M Series 650 Watt 80 Plus Gold Certified PSU - £58.64 @ Amazon
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cheap Corsair TX-M Series 650 Watt 80 Plus Gold Certified PSU (UK) Hybrid Modular Power Supply Unit (B06WVWXPVZ)
Had that email too stating "Estimated arrival date: December 28 2017" but it's just come through the post today. Wasn't in a hurry to receive but I'll take it

"We are pleased to report that the following item will dispatch sooner than expected:

Corsair TX-M Series 650 Watt 80 Plus Gold Certified PSU (UK) Hybrid Modular Power Supply Unit
Previous estimated arrival date: December 29 2017 - January 02 2018
New estimated arrival date: December 07 2017 - December 09 2017
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Got an email. Luckily I don't need this in too much of a hurry atm.

"Corsair TX-M Series 650 Watt 80 Plus Gold Certified PSU (UK) Hybrid Modular Power Supply Unit"
Estimated arrival date: December 28 2017
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timidluke16 m ago

Ive had an 80+ bronze evga for 11 months now not had a problem. Amazon …Ive had an 80+ bronze evga for 11 months now not had a problem. Amazon have a 12 month warrenty all electrical goods also


I know that's why returning fortunately wasn't any hassle.
Spark1 m ago

Unfortunately I just had an EVGA PSU die on me in less than 2 months …Unfortunately I just had an EVGA PSU die on me in less than 2 months (hence why I've been in the market for one now) so I don't trust them anymore.


Ive had an 80+ bronze evga for 11 months now not had a problem. Amazon have a 12 month warrenty all electrical goods also
timidluke3 m ago

I got a evga 750w 80+ gold semi modular for £67 on amazon yesterday. …I got a evga 750w 80+ gold semi modular for £67 on amazon yesterday. Havent checked if its still on sale but worth a look


Unfortunately I just had an EVGA PSU die on me in less than 2 months (hence why I've been in the market for one now) so I don't trust them anymore.
Laptop Power Supply Tip Plug Adapter 1.75mm 4.75mm New £3.98 Delivered @ ebay / Maplin
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Found 1st Nov 2017Found 1st Nov 2017
Covers many Laptop power sockets as well as on personal music devices, toys and games. Ideal to replace broken or damaged tips.
Be very careful when using dc plug adaptors/converters, and when using non-OE power supplies on portable devices (laptops, tablets and the like). The dc connector quite often is intelligent, having a voltage 'sense' pin. That pin can be the inner or outer surface of the OE plug, in effect making the plug a three pin device. Unless one has detailed knowledge of the dc plug's pin type and required current and voltage, it is all too easy to irreparably damage the device that the dc plug is connected to. I speak from painful experience.
OK but you need the power supply that these adaptors fit into. How much is the power supply?
CiT Shade Micro ATX PC Case with 500W PSU Black, £14.99 @ Maplin
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Found 27th Oct 2017Found 27th Oct 2017
Hiya, Bargain on this nice looking case and PSU combo! Click and collect from Maplin, seem to have quite a few in stock. There'll be 3 more in Cambridge cropping up too, I just ca… Read more
Got the cases, the PSU is different than on those pictures, in fact, they are black CIT 500CB units, with 20 Amperage on +12V single rail. Perfect for a (really)low budget pc.
DrTraktor10 h, 3 m ago

This is what i am saying, with basic build, most likely survives for long …This is what i am saying, with basic build, most likely survives for long time without issue.


That's exactly right with these PSUs, don't stress them out and they can last reliably and for quite a few years. The 500w is a fantasy figure and it will probably struggle to put out half that reliably. I wouldn't want to put a GFX card in there with it as that might push it into the red.
Reserved in my local store and has a call to tell me it was the last one they had and was a display model. Nothing wrong with it just not in a box. So asked and got an extra 10% off. Can't grumble at £13.49
adamspencer952 h, 8 m ago

he is right thougha lot of chinese manufacturers use fake CE marking, and …he is right thougha lot of chinese manufacturers use fake CE marking, and if questioned, claim it to be a 'China export' markerthere is no regular auditing of CE declarations, electrical safety etc. the manufacturer makes CE declarations with (generally) no 3rd party verification. if they underwent any testing whatsoever, as long as it passed for the 30 minutes they had it, there is no guarentee of long term safety or durability.



This.

Crabs is utterly correct.

Bargain deals, you would be ripped a new one if this was a forum that spoke about PSU's day in day out. I would advise you take the time to read up about power supplies before splurting your personal insults out.
Meluk910 m ago

My colleague has bought dozens of these cases with psu’s. Not had one i …My colleague has bought dozens of these cases with psu’s. Not had one issue with any of them. After years of use.


This is what i am saying, with basic build, most likely survives for long time without issue.
EVGA 450 BT 80+ BRONZE 450W 3 Year Warranty Power Supply - £27.14 Delivered @ Ebuyerexpress/Ebay
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Found 26th Oct 2017Found 26th Oct 2017
Not over keen on buying direct from ebuyer but am tempted to grab one with the protection of buying from Ebay/Paypal. Limited stocks available! Single +12V Rail Continuous Po… Read more
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SUMMONER1 h, 42 m ago

They have relisted it, only 6 available so.linkyNever mind, they have now …They have relisted it, only 6 available so.linkyNever mind, they have now adjusted the price to £34.99.Cheapest price is now via Ebuyer's own website. link



Thanks for your post.

Shame they put the price up with the newly added stock, as you say next best is ebuyer direct (if you're feeling lucky!).
They have relisted it, only 6 available so.

linky

Never mind, they have now adjusted the price to £34.99.

Cheapest price is now via Ebuyer's own website. link
Edited by: "SUMMONER" 26th Oct 2017
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Gone! I'll expire it now.

Will update and unexpire if any new stocks come back in the next few days.
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Going, going....
thanks ordered 1 - there is only 3 left now.
Nice find.
Super Flower  Platinum King 550W 80 Plus Platinum Power Supply - Black £59.99 / £70.49 delivered @ Overclockers
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Found 24th Oct 2017Found 24th Oct 2017
The Platinum King series are perfect for users looking for an efficiency vs price vs performance sweet spot. They meet 80+ Platinum Standards resulting in lower electricity usage, … Read more
FWIW you can get free delivery on everything ocuk sells through posting on their forums. With free delivery their prices are a lot more attractive.
I once bought something from overclockers because it was a £15 saving over anywhere else... of course £10 of that saving got eaten up by delivery, I call that my unicorn because its a rarity, I don't believe I will ever be able to pull off getting a deal from overclockers again but it was magical to have achieved it once.
CAL231 h, 23 m ago

£10.50 for delivery. WTF Overclockers?!


They do deliver in a Tesla with an over-clocked engine so delivery is good value really as it arrives before you order it due partly to Tesla using AI which predicts when you will order and has the stock in your area just in case.
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gowf2 h, 42 m ago

Im keeping an eye out for a platinum as Im considering a silent PC build. …Im keeping an eye out for a platinum as Im considering a silent PC build. your deal isnt half bad, and a decent review from jonnyguru too. might be tempted too.....


You might also qualify for £6 amazon credit if you buy £30 of amazon vouchers (you can spend the vouchers on yourself). That puts it even below my offer original deal.

moneysavingexpert.com/dea…zon
Edited by: "cascadde" 24th Oct 2017
Postage put me off, as it always does which is why I always spend my money elsewhere, £10 post is a complete rip-off.
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