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500W Corsair CX500 80+ Bronze Power Supply for $24.99 AR, 650W Rosewill Photon-650 80+ Gold Full Modular Power Supply for $59.99 AR & More @ Newegg.com

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Last Edited by jersharocks July 20, 2016 at 05:04 AM
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I didn't see this posted, so I thought I'd share.

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Price-match the 750 B2 to Amazon for a extra $5 off Smilie

https://www.amazon.com/EVGA-Super...B00KFAFRW6
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can anyone assist me with how much power or which psu works best for me? Im planning to build a new gaming rig with just one video card but I do want an ssd and 3 hdds. nothing specific yet and something "future proof" to possibly use in another 5 or so years as well. I'm lost when it comes to psu as I know it's wattage isn't the only thing I should be looking at. thanks in advance!
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Quote from InNirvana View Post :
can anyone assist me with how much power or which psu works best for me? Im planning to build a new gaming rig with just one video card but I do want an ssd and 3 hdds. nothing specific yet and something "future proof" to possibly use in another 5 or so years as well. I'm lost when it comes to psu as I know it's wattage isn't the only thing I should be looking at. thanks in advance!
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6817139143

$79 AR and $11 off with promo code 0719BTSYDSA21.

The photon in this deal has some build quality problems. The RMX is a nearly perfect power supply.

This should pretty much explain the ins and outs of power supplies, review of the slightly larger 750w version. Many power supplies have some significant build quality problems (broken pcb's, exposed wiring, bad soldering, crappy components, etc), many offer poor quality output and many only give their rated efficiency in narrow bands.

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....t&reid=452

A well made gold supply will last 5+ years and save you $20-50 over that time, depending on your usage and electric rates.

I occasionally see a fairly well made, fairly efficient supply for $50-60 but its not often. The EVGA supply listed above is decent if you can't spend the extra $.
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Quote from sklar View Post :
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6817139143 [newegg.com]

$79 AR and $11 off with promo code 0719BTSYDSA21.

The photon in this deal has some build quality problems. The RMX is a nearly perfect power supply.

This should pretty much explain the ins and outs of power supplies, review of the slightly larger 750w version. Many power supplies have some significant build quality problems (broken pcb's, exposed wiring, bad soldering, crappy components, etc), many offer poor quality output and many only give their rated efficiency in narrow bands.

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....t&reid=452 [jonnyguru.com]

A well made gold supply will last 5+ years and save you $20-50 over that time, depending on your usage and electric rates.

I occasionally see a fairly well made, fairly efficient supply for $50-60 but its not often. The EVGA supply listed above is decent if you can't spend the extra $.
TY sir, you rock
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hello...new to newegg and their rebates...doing a cheap build...how do the rebates work and how long untill you actually get the cash back?...
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