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Seasonic 750W FOCUS Plus Series 80+ Full Modular Power Supply $59.99

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Newegg [newegg.com]has a Seasonic 750W FOCUS Plus Series 80+ Full Modular Power Supply (SSR-750FX) on sale for $89.99 - $5 off promo code (SSNCJULY5) - $25 MIR [newegg.com] = $59.99



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You should put in "Mail in Rebate" or MIR for short in the title
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Fantastic deal. I have a 550W platinum and 650W gold and they are both solid.

10 year warranty...

I was using the cheapest PSU on rebate for several failures in a row, but finally decided to spend 2x and get one of these.
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Really nice power supply. Purchased this a few months back for 74.99 with a 20$ MIR and received my rebate in about 2-3 weeks. Came as a check from seasonic so it was easier to deposit (had trouble with prepaid cards). It came in a really nice box and package with zip ties and Velcro. Lengthy cords, enough to reach across a midsize tower, which I own. Black glossy cables. Mine came with a bag to store the cables I didn't need or use I should say.

Edit: I purchased the 650w power supply
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Seasonic is rock solid... wish they had deals like this when I got mine
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Seasonic Focus vs the EVGA G3 which is better in quality?

EVGA is offering 12 years of warranty vs Seasonic 10 years...
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Seasonic Focus vs the EVGA G3 which is better in quality?

EVGA is offering 12 years of warranty vs Seasonic 10 years...
I believe the G3 is a Seasonic rebrand. EVGA is offering an extra 2 years after product registration. The G3 is probably a Focus, but I haven't compared them directly. Seasonic has 12 year warranty on their Prime line. If the G3 doesn't compare directly to this Focus+ try comparing it to the Prime line and see whether you can get a perfect match...but my suspicion is that it's a Focus+ with an extra 2 years warranty as incentive.
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I don't really understand what is supposed to be the difference in quality between PSUs. I'm still running a 550W OCZ Fatal1ty bronze from 7 years ago and it works just fine for me.
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Really nice power supply. Purchased this a few months back for 74.99 with a 20$ MIR and received my rebate in about 2-3 weeks. Came as a check from seasonic so it was easier to deposit (had trouble with prepaid cards). It came in a really nice box and package with zip ties and Velcro. Lengthy cords, enough to reach across a midsize tower, which I own. Black glossy cables. Mine came with a bag to store the cables I didn't need or use I should say.
So, not so good of a deal if I'm paying 6.7% more than it goes for regularly during the year if I wait.
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Really nice power supply. Purchased this a few months back for 74.99 with a 20$ MIR and received my rebate in about 2-3 weeks. Came as a check from seasonic so it was easier to deposit (had trouble with prepaid cards). It came in a really nice box and package with zip ties and Velcro. Lengthy cords, enough to reach across a midsize tower, which I own. Black glossy cables. Mine came with a bag to store the cables I didn't need or use I should say.
Purchased 750w or 550w?
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I don't really understand what is supposed to be the difference in quality between PSUs. I'm still running a 550W OCZ Fatal1ty bronze from 7 years ago and it works just fine for me.

From what I remember that PS was rated pretty high. Anyway, check out johnnyguru for PS ratings and differences. PS are the one area you do not want to cheap out on especially when you can get good deals on highly rated ones.
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I agree that you might as well buy a highly rated PSU when the price difference is negligible. I just don't understand why it matters that one PSU is rated at Gold, and another is rated at Bronze, and I'm supposed to care. Why and how does that affect me. Slight difference in power usage? Longevity and probability of failure?
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Purchased 750w or 550w?
Sorry, it was the 650w gold. I'll have to edit that in.
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So, not so good of a deal if I'm paying 6.7% more than it goes for regularly during the year if I wait.
Sorry about that, checked and it was the 650w gold supply. I'll edit that in
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I agree that you might as well buy a highly rated PSU when the price difference is negligible. I just don't understand why it matters that one PSU is rated at Gold, and another is rated at Bronze, and I'm supposed to care. Why and how does that affect me. Slight difference in power usage? Longevity and probability of failure?

The ratings are based on efficiency in converting your household power to the various power needs of your PC components:

https://www.extremetech.com/extre...icity-bill

Also, better power supplies will provide better voltage regulation, ripple control etc. Here is the johnnyguru review for this PS:

http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules....y&reid=524
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