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[Back Order] Corsair CV650 650W Non-Modular 80+ Bronze Power Supply Unit $59 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Absolute steal for a 650w 80+ Bronze PSU considering $55 gets you a 550w an extra $4 gets you a 650w

Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months.

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  • +6 votes

    Dispatched within 1-2 months
    Same price at pcbyte and mwave for local pickup

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      any pick ups in Melbourne?

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        Mwave has free shipping >$100 buy a spare 😂

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          hmm thanks that's not too a bad idea haha. ill probs wait until something local pops up, but this is a good deal!

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            @KaitoKid1412: email scorptec they might price match
            No official policy but I've matched Amazon pricing with them before.

  • +1 vote

    Is this reliable enough for a 5950x and gt710?

    • +6 votes

      Yes, but your GPU upgrades will be limited and I'd be spending at least $120 on a PSU. Its not worth it to cheap out on a PSU on a build at that level, if you are going to upgrade your GPU later on. A more appropriate option today would be the Corsair RM750x is currently $139.

    • +1 vote

      Sounds like you're plotting chia from previous posts, I'd get the RM750x Reddy Cool mentioned. Slightly better efficiency will offset some of the higher price (especially if you're running it 24/7) and will probably run at 0rpm (doubt you'll push more than 300W unless you've got HDDs out the wazoo hooked up).

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      It'll do in a pinch.

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      If you intend on upgrading the GPU later on, get something better and higher wattage.

      If you absolutely don't, it's okay but you're better off getting a better efficiency, lower wattage unit.

    • +5 votes

      bruh. you have a $1200 cpu and youre skimping on the power supply? 650 watt bronze will be redundant in a few years when gpus are sucking 400 watts

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        ^This. OverSimplified.

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    My order history shows me buying the 550W version for $68, so this can't be a bad deal :)

  • -1 vote

    its a d tier psu lol

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      c tier oops. maybe for a cheap build this would work

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    Great little power supply for a small rig or test bed