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700W EVGA 700 B1 80+ Bronze Power Supply EXPIRED

Posted 06-19-2017 by seran0401 at 08:59 AM
Walmart.com has 700W EVGA 700 B1 80+ Bronze Power Supply (100-B1-0700-K1) on sale for $42.01-> $40.35 -> now $39.54. Free store pickup must be selected for discount to be applied at checkout. Thanks seran0401

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Amazon.com also has for their Prime Members: 700W EVGA 700 B1 80+ Bronze Power Supply (100-B1-0700-K1) on sale for $42.01 -> $40.35 -> now $39.54. Shipping is free.

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Edited June 19, 2017 at 03:15 PM by widgit
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EVGA 700 B1, 80+ Bronze 700W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-B1-0700-K1 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018JYH...rzbN36GT3Z
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Last Edited by seran0401 June 21, 2017 at 10:22 PM
Deal is live again @ Amazon dropped the price $40.35

Link: EVGA 700 B1, 80+ Bronze 700W, 3 Year Warranty, Power Supply 100-B1-0700-K1 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B018JYH...szbB5J7WRZ

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Damn, seems good. Still wish it were at least semi-modular to jump on it, lol.
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Damn, seems good. Still wish it were at least semi-modular to jump on it, lol.
Same here. But if you don't care about modular, this is a solid PSU with no rebate crap to deal with.
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Same here. But if you don't care about modular, this is a solid PSU with no rebate crap to deal with.
Indeed, I actually ended up going with the EVGA Supernova G2 650 for $75 mainly because I need it now (and I want modular), but this find is also very good for budget builds so TU.
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Quote from ChpByr View Post :
Indeed, I actually ended up going with the EVGA Supernova G2 650 for $75 mainly because I need it now (and I want modular), but this find is also very good for budget builds so TU.
My sentiments exactly. This caught my attention for a budget build. Thanks for the feedback, fellow SD'ers.
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Great find OP! Just ordered.
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not a bad deal, about as good as it gets for cheap power. Should power a 6 x 1050 ti build easily.
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is it just me or does the connectors from evga always seem very snug, mainly the power supply one, i always seem to have to jam it.... either way great find.
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I recommend a semi-fully modular PSU if the price difference isn't that big ($5-$15). The build process is so much more enjoyable with modular.
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Is it just me or walmart is getting into the pc parts business like newegg?
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So how would I know my 450w isn't performing during overclocking?
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Quote from BenjaminR6839 View Post :
So how would I know my 450w isn't performing during overclocking?
Best case: your computer shuts down of its own accord.
Worst case: *BANG*
Cue the sparks, acrid smoke, wave of regret.
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Looks like an OK deal, and I'm not trying to thread crap, and don't want to come across as a PSU snob, but, ...

if you need 700W, seems like spending $20 or $30 more to get a better quality, more efficient, quieter PSU with full modular cables would be worth it.

Just saying...

edit: and if you are building a budget build, you probably don't need 700W, and one of the recent 450 or 500W units for $25 might be the better option.
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