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Seasonic S12II 620 BRONZE, SS-620GB Power Supply.

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620 GB or Watts?

Amazon needs to fix this. Lmao
620 watts I have one it works great.
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620 GB or Watts?

Amazon needs to fix this. Lmao
SS-620GB is the model name. There is nothing for Amazon to fix.
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Should I replace my CX430 with this if my computer barely uses 400 Watts peak load?
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Should I replace my CX430 with this if my computer barely uses 400 Watts peak load?
To be safe, more power is always better. If you are CONFIDENT that you are using less than 400 watt on peak load, then you are fine.

But if money isn't a problem for you since it's on sale anyways, you could go and upgrade it. 620watts at this price is nice. Both your current and this one is Bronze certified.

620watts leaves space for upgrades in the future. Please do remember that rebates take forever (over 1 month from prior experience)
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To be safe, more power is always better. If you are CONFIDENT that you are using less than 400 watt on peak load, then you are fine.

But if money isn't a problem for you since it's on sale anyways, you could go and upgrade it. 620watts at this price is nice. Both your current and this one is Bronze certified.

620watts leaves space for upgrades in the future. Please do remember that rebates take forever (over 1 month from prior experience)
Well, I know I won't be upgrading. I paid half as much for the CX430 2 years ago. I guess what I was really asking was if this is more reliable and a better fit for a $600 build.
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Non modular for those interested
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Modular version on sale for $40 AR often
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Should I replace my CX430 with this if my computer barely uses 400 Watts peak load?
if it aint broken, dont fix it.
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Well, I know I won't be upgrading. I paid half as much for the CX430 2 years ago. I guess what I was really asking was if this is more reliable and a better fit for a $600 build.
You'll upgrade eventually in some way or another, even if it's a completely new build. This PSU will probably last until then and well longer.

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It's just as reliable. Both are 80 Bronze Rated If not, I trust corsair more than Seasonic.
Any seasonic PSU is better than corsair's CX line by a good margin. Even at the same tier, I would trust seasonic over corsair.
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Well, I know I won't be upgrading. I paid half as much for the CX430 2 years ago. I guess what I was really asking was if this is more reliable and a better fit for a $600 build.
The green label CX has had issues, the white label is better. This would also be better
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Should I replace my CX430 with this if my computer barely uses 400 Watts peak load?
Not really worth the upgrade for you. If your current PSU is working fine, this is only an upgrade in terms of power load but if you're using less than 400W at peak anyway, going bigger will just be more inefficient and will translate to more heat for your system.
PSUs are rated by efficiency at specific loads and tend to not be efficient at very low loads. If you plan to do component upgrades in the future, by then tech should be improved too and prices may be better. Save your money for something else.
Only reasons to get a new PSU in your situation is if your PSU is on the fritz or you suddenly decide you to want to upgrade components and need more power. either way I'd probably go with a different unit that has better efficiency if your budget allows for it.
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