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Best Buy has EVGA 600W 80+ Certified ATX Power Supply (100-W1-0600-K1) on sale for $29.99. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on $35 or more. Thanks rgl1992
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Create a functional, efficient computer by adding this 600W EVGA 80 PLUS 100-W1-0600-K1 ATX 12V/EPS 12V power supply to your custom build. An ultraquiet, intelligent auto fan cools components without generating much noise during operation.

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After going full modular, this would be really tough to adapt to. Trust me, you'll regret it, just spend another $20/30 and make life much easier.

I've bought some partially modular PSUs at this pricepoint, but lower wattage.
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After going full modular, this would be really tough to adapt to. Trust me, you'll regret it, just spend another $20/30 and make life much easier.

I've bought some partially modular PSUs at this pricepoint, but lower wattage.
I have not regretted yet after 4 builds. LOL
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After going full modular, this would be really tough to adapt to. Trust me, you'll regret it, just spend another $20/30 and make life much easier.

I've bought some partially modular PSUs at this pricepoint, but lower wattage.
Or For troubleshooting . this and one of those 24 pin bypass adaptors and you can use it for all sorts of things like testing a watercooling setup or testing other computer components before installing them like a motherboard. I have a similar cheap psu from evga that I use for that and it's awesome because I don't have to put together a whole new computer to find out there's something wrong with the board.
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Here's hoping an 800-850 watt shows up soon
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What does the 80 plus mean when it isn't followed by bronze, gold, etc?
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If using a full size case modular doesn't matter much. It is nice though depending on case quality
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After going full modular, this would be really tough to adapt to. Trust me, you'll regret it, just spend another $20/30 and make life much easier.

I've bought some partially modular PSUs at this pricepoint, but lower wattage.
Not sure whats so hard about a non-modular PSU? It's a $30 PSU, cut off the plugs you don't use and buy a new one when you upgrade. PSUs don't last forever and actually begin having poorer quality power long before they truly die.
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