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EVGA SuperNova 550W G3 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has EVGA SuperNova 550W G3 80+ Gold Modular Power Supply (220-G3-0550-Y1) for $69.99 - $20 Rebate = $49.99. Shipping is free w/ ShopRunner (free trial) or Premier, otherwise shipping is $3.99. Thanks sr71

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Buy!!! I have 3 of these.
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Don't have one but buy this over the bronze $30 psu that are frequent
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These superflower sourced G2/G3 units are spectacular, at this price it's a no brainer.
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These are great, Kicker is the small form factor for small cases
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Would it work with 1080TI + Ryzen 1700?
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Would it work with 1080TI + Ryzen 1700?
http://www.coolermaster.com/power...alculator/
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Would it work with 1080TI + Ryzen 1700?
supplies 45A on the 12V rail which is plenty for a 250W vidoe card
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Would it work with 1080TI + Ryzen 1700?
absolutely enough. You will be fine.
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Pretty solid deal on an PSU widely considered to be Tier 1. (Highest quality)
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nice, but hate rebates...
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nice, but hate rebates...
Bought this around two weeks ago. Still waiting for the rebate.
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Is there a way In win10 to see in my current set up how many watts I am actually using, so I know I replace it with enough watts here?
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Is there a way In win10 to see in my current set up how many watts I am actually using, so I know I replace it with enough watts here?
See the post above with the link to the calculator.
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