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EVGA SuperNova G3 850W 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has EVGA SuperNova G3 850W 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply (220-G3-0850-X1) for $109.99 - $25 Rebate = $84.99. Shipping is free w/ ShopRunner (free trial), otherwise shipping is $6.99. Thanks ericli002
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Base Price $109.99
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Solid PSU for any single GPU build.

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Simple is the furthest thing from what rebate instructions are. The actual methods are usually simple, but the instructions are worded in the most confusing way possible, they won't send rebates if you don't ask about them in a few weeks, and they will try as hard as they possibly can to deny your rebate. Rebates SUCK and always have. Even the SD rebates are absolute hell to deal with.
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cause people cant follow simple directions and they make money on that
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Fear not their range of peak efficiency is very close, nearly within the same 300watt band.
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Why ALWAYS PSU deals after rebate?
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cause people cant follow simple directions and they make money on that
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cause people cant follow simple directions and they make money on that
Simple is the furthest thing from what rebate instructions are. The actual methods are usually simple, but the instructions are worded in the most confusing way possible, they won't send rebates if you don't ask about them in a few weeks, and they will try as hard as they possibly can to deny your rebate. Rebates SUCK and always have. Even the SD rebates are absolute hell to deal with.
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TU unfortunately I need the 750W version of the G3 Frown
Is there a negative for buying a PSU that's 100 watts more than what you're intention was?
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Is there a negative for buying a PSU that's 100 watts more than what you're intention was?
810W UPS. Actually I should aim for the 650W PSU.

Edit: oh hey that's on sale too, $70 AR
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Is there a negative for buying a PSU that's 100 watts more than what you're intention was?
Same question here
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Oh that's interesting... thanks. Only looking at EVGA over Seasonic for the form factor.
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Power supplies kind of have a bell curve of efficiency. You get the most efficient use of power (less waste) somewhere between 40-60% utilization of the max wattage of the psu. Less waste being... a few dollars max savings/year typically. As the efficiency rating goes higher: bronze < silver < gold < platinum < titanium.. that bell curve flattens out where its gets better efficiency on any load within its limit. Dont ever go beyond 80% constant load... same for wall outlets (ex: 12 amps on a 15amp circut, etc). Also, non rated cheap psu's cant be trusted beyond 60%.. even less sometimes.
There are tools online that will recommend what psu wattage you need with the components and peripherals you choose. But It never hurts (except your wallet) to go bigger and better (room for upgrades).
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Simple is the furthest thing from what rebate instructions are. The actual methods are usually simple, but the instructions are worded in the most confusing way possible, they won't send rebates if you don't ask about them in a few weeks, and they will try as hard as they possibly can to deny your rebate. Rebates SUCK and always have. Even the SD rebates are absolute hell to deal with.
The instructions are pretty clear. Have received literally every rebate I've ever sent out. Even one of them that I had an issue with, it taking longer than it should, I got a hold of msi and they handled it.
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TU unfortunately I need the 750W version of the G3 Frown
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6817438094
650w on sale with rebate =) $70
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