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Corsair TX-M 850 Watt 80+ Gold Semi-Modular Power Supply EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has Corsair TX-M 850 Watt 80+ Gold Semi-Modular Power Supply (CP-9020130-NA) on sale for $79.99 - $20 Rebate = $59.99. Shipping starts at $3.99 or is free for Premier Members. Thanks SharpScent227
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  • Rebate is valid on purchases made from 2/19/2019 to 2/25/2019. Limit 1.
  • For a review of this power supply refer to the article on jonnyGURU. -SaltyOne

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slammin deal, I paid more for a tx-750m in the last 2 weeks...
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Damn another one. Stocking up while I can haha, I'm used to paying more like 70 and calling it a great deal
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good find.
But I need a cheap and inefficient power to warm up my room...
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Seems like a good deal for an 850W Gold, but does it really only have one PCI-E output? Seems weird for an 850-watt PSU.
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Seems like a good deal for an 850W Gold, but does it really only have one PCI-E output? Seems weird for an 850-watt PSU.
Believe it's one hardwired into the power supply and additional three that are on modular cables.
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$4 for Shipping.
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Rebate card though
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All I need is 650w Gold and those don't seem to go on sale. Heck I should be good even with 550w. Good deal though
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Thanks! Been waiting for a psu
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Rebate card though
I generally hate rebate cards,but on the rare occasion that I do find a deal worth jumping on, I will recommend turning that rebate card into an amazon gift card to yourself for the full value of the rebate. That way, you will never lose the rebate.

Most rebates give you 90 days to use it, so converting it to an Amazon GC gives it no expiration date, and with Amazon being so prevalent for online purchases, you should be able to benefit from this method.

In the past, Newegg always had better selection and deals than Amazon, so it wasn't always a better plan, but since Newegg's acquisition by a parent co, they no longer offer what they used to at better deals, and Amazon has narrowed the gap a bit.
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CWT or Seasonic?
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All I need is 650w Gold and those don't seem to go on sale. Heck I should be good even with 550w. Good deal though

Full Modular:

https://www.newegg.com/Product/Pr...6817171130
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All I need is 650w Gold and those don't seem to go on sale. Heck I should be good even with 550w. Good deal though
Ditto that. Should I just grab this?

I just checked to see what the min ps I could get away with and saw this. maybe a 850 is the way to go.

"If you are going to overclock your GPU or processor, then we do recommend you purchase something with some more stamina. And remeber, a PSU is the most efficient at 50% load. So if you use 400 Watts on average (SLI), the most energy friendly powersupply would be an 800 Watt model. There are many good PSUs out there, please do have a look at our many PSU reviews as we have loads of recommended PSUs for you to check out in there. What could happen if your PSU can't cope with the load is:"
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