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Corsair RM850X 850W 80 Plus Gold Modular ATX PSU $209 Delivered/C&C/in-Store @ Centre Com

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Best price I've seen in a long long long time.

Enjoy.

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    where?

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    Store in title, otherwise great catch! I've ordered a couple times from CentreCom and the postage to SA was kinda slow, otherwise no complaints.

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    This is a quiet psu with enough juice for a Ryzen 5900X, RX 6800XT, and 32 GB ram on a Arous X570 Ultra board?

    Thanks in advance.

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      I dont know if youre asking a question or making a statement.

      Even a rm650x will handle that no problem. With an RM850x, you're likely to be running in passive mode unless youre pushing both CPU and GPU to max and have loads of other peripherals.

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        Opps sorry it is a question, I am building a pc for the first time.

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          This is whisper quiet. Only time the fan spins is under heavy HEVC encoding, even then I do that everyday and have seen this PSUs fan actually spin under 10 times in the last two years. When it has actually moved the fan doesn't make a noise anyway. Super reliable and efficient compared to all other PSUs I've had in the past, including Seasonic platinum variants. Pretty much the perfect power supply.

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      yeah i got this just now for my 6800 xt - its SUPER quiet

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        Probably because it’s silent haha. But hey some people don’t like that it’s passive because it’s technically running hotter than it needs.

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    Im running X570 MSI Tomahawk, 32gb RAM, 5900X with a MSI RTX3090 Suprim X with this PSU… no issues, no overheating silky smooth.

    CPU 110W
    GPU up to 470W
    rest of the system ~100watts?

    Perfect.

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      The CPU you have will draw up to 133W under stress, noting the AM4 socket has a hard limit of 142W.

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    Nice find! Great PSU according to reviews. The only issue I have with this is it comes with serial PCIe cables which look ugly as I cannot hide the unused connector parts.

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      That where cable extension(24pin and GPU 6/8pins, cpu kinda useless as you can't really see it anyways) comes in handy unless you have tight case than you might have look at new cable kits.

      Those cap from my knowledge is to reduce the ripple.

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        How do you check whether the extensions are compatible with your PSU? I read using the wrong cables can kill your psu.

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          Decent set of extension cables would be fine since you use the existing manufacturer supplied PSU cables. The issue is at the PSU end so when you buy full length custom/replacement cables they need to match the pinout, you order them to suit manufacturer/model.

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          Full length might kill your PSU, that why all full length kit list supported PSU.

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      Yeh true, theyre solid.BUT, I just got custom premiums in the end…. Almost cost as much as the PSU for $150 :P …. They do it deliberately

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      Completely forgot about this, I ended up ordering Cooler Master extension cables for this PSU ($50) as I was quite miffed about the cheap looking piggyback cables for the price of the PSU.

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      most PSUs use the same type of cables. This is not a particularly expensive PSU. Even the AX series which costs more uses the same cables.

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    I upgraded my sons old PC with a RX570, Computer shop said i needed a new power supply. it cost as much as the card $200.

    Anyway, new Dell PC Intel i7-10700K, 16gb RAM, RTX 3070 with a stock CPU fan and standard PSU, NO case fans, Mid tower case, No dramas and he plays it all day everyday in 40+ degree ambient.

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      Yeah definitely a good idea to never skimp out on a PSU.
      Your son is lucky to have a dad like you :)

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      No case fans? Wow

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    these are top notch if anyone is thinking about it.

    we have 3 RMx's now, it's hard to buy anything else after the first one to be honest.

    backed by a long warranty also.

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    Nice find. This was on my short list a couple of weeks ago when I was looking for an 850W but couldn't get one for less than about $260 then.

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    Thanks, grabbed one to replace my 650W. Now i can O/C my 3600x to try catch up to the 3080 without worrying..

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    Awesome - just ordered one!

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    This or HX850 for $289? Was thinking of upgrade, and if it is a 10 years warranty I think I can justice that expense?

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      RM850x also has 10 year warranty though?

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      Go the HX if you plan on doing any serious overclocking - it has less ripple and better voltage control

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      The RM850x has a 10 year warranty, Japanese capacitors and a better fan.

      The RM850 has a 5 year warranty, and Chinese capacitors.

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        didn't know about the capacitors, but the warranty is 10 years for both

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        Why did this comment get negged so much??

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    Bought one, thanks everyone! ✨

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    Been looking for this, thanks. Bought one to replace my ailing Corsair HX620, which I've had for about 14 years and 3 builds. Nice one, young SgtGrumbles.
    Shows in Ozbargain as expired but just put the order through.

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      Same. Put an order through. Note there is a surcharge when paying using cc or PayPal (~1%)

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    good deal, got one - post says expired but it doesn't seem to be.

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    Dived in, bought one, Thank you op.

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    Is this the same? I'm assuming not as no one has mentioned it but what's dissimilar about this? https://www.pcbyte.com.au/store/product/2400778017993-corsai...

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      The one you linked is the RM850 (2019) while the one listed is the RMx850 (2018).

      https://pcpartpicker.com/forums/topic/337951-corsair-rmx-201...

      "The major differences with the rm850 are the less expensive bulk and filtering capacitors and the Hong Hua fan, instead of the proven NR135L which is used in all RMx units.

      review https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/corsair-rm650-power-sup...

      rmx is a tiny bit better but not by much.

      You also don't need 850W for your build a 550W would be plenty even if you would change that gtx 1060 for a rtx 2080ti but its your call if you really want a 850w psu for whatever reason."

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        Thank you! I didn't realise you could see my build haha i was suppose to work out how much power my build used but you did that for me already :)

        I wanted to get 850w so that I could future proof but maybe 750 is enough for future proofing

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          It looks like a copy paste from the link above….

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        NVIDIA RTX 30 series require minimum 750w for 3070 and 850w for 3080

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    Deal is still live, however free postage doesn't count to Mackay - bah $33.84 postage kills it.

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    Mine has been shipped already.

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    Hi All,

    Just wondering if this is sufficient to power the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3090 EAGLE OC 24G Graphics Card ?

    According to the specifications a 750 PSU is needed but I'm getting mixed answer when I asked one staff @ store they recommended a 1000w PSU.

    Thoughts on the experts out there.

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    Hi All,

    Just wondering if this is sufficient to power the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3090 EAGLE OC 24G Graphics Card ?

    According to the specifications a 750 PSU is needed but I'm getting mixed answer when I asked one staff @ store they recommended a 1000w PSU.

    Thoughts on the experts out there.

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      See my commment at the start.

      I've got the Suprim X 3090 and 5900X… works perfectly no issues. 1000W only if you plan to extreme overclock the CPU.

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        PS- Overclocking GPUs and CPUs in 2021 is a pointless task - most people are undervolting

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          Thanks legend - Saved myself buying the 1000w which cost an additional $100+ However glad this 800w unit will do the job and a good deal!

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    $199 at Umart + shipping though.. still might help some people depending on location etc for pickup.
    https://www.umart.com.au/Corsair-850W-RM850x-80+-Gold-Power-...