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EVGA 650 GQ 650W 80+ Gold Semi-Modular Power Supply EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has EVGA 650 GQ 650W 80+ Gold Semi-Modular Power Supply (210-GQ-0650-V1) for $74.99 - $20 rebate = $54.99. Shipping is free w/ Shoprunner (free to join).  Thanks sr71
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It is the manufacturer's hope that you forget or fail to properly submit the rebate, so they keep the $20 and you end up paying close to full price for the PSU. With the $6 shipping and hassle of a rebate, I'm going to skip this one.

A modular power supply at this price (if it was instant rebate and free shipping) would have been decent.
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I've never understood the issue with rebates, although I do know my address and how to use scissors so it's never been a problem.
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I've owned this PSU for 3 years with no issues. Bought it from Newegg for a similar price AR and got my rebate.

Recently I upgraded my GPU but realized I stupidly threw the PSU box away with the PCI-E power cable. I called EVGA up and they sent me a link to buy the cable. Their system is very picky about processing credit cards (3 of mine were declined) and they ended up sending me the cable for free. Thumbs up for their customer service.
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I have this PSU. Runs a 1080ti FE, 65 TDP Ryzen 5, Corsair RGB fans, light strips, mouse pad, mouse and keyboard like a champ.
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Thought this was the supernova at first. Almost pulled the trigger. Really regretting missing out on those Corsair Vengeance deals a month ago. Doesn't look like anything is gonna come close to those again.
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I am tempted to buy this for my cousin's PC but Tom's had this to say:

https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/evga-gq-series-750w-psu,4396-10.html
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EVGA could offer much better ripple suppression and fix the bad transient response that dooms this unit's overall performance.

We admit that we are very sensitive when it comes to ripple performance, and after seeing the amazing performance of Super Flower's Leadex platforms (utilized by the G2, P2 and T2 lines), we're much more picky in this area. The lower the ripple, the longer the lifetime of the PSU's components, including capacitors. The system's stability improves as well, especially under overclocked conditions. The two performance-oriented points that matter most are load regulation and ripple suppression, after all.
But this is for a non gaming rig so this probably would be adequate.
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I have this PSU. Runs a 1080ti FE, 65 TDP Ryzen 5, Corsair RGB fans, light strips, mouse pad, mouse and keyboard like a champ.
Just curious, how is Eco mode different? Consumes less energy?
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Just curious, how is Eco mode different? Consumes less energy?
ECO mode makes the fan not spin at low temperature (of PSU) that's about it.

I have been using this same PSU for 3+ years now.
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What is an EVGA rebate card? How can i get one?
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What is the catch with the rebate cards? Or there is no catch at all?
It is the manufacturer's hope that you forget or fail to properly submit the rebate, so they keep the $20 and you end up paying close to full price for the PSU. With the $6 shipping and hassle of a rebate, I'm going to skip this one.

A modular power supply at this price (if it was instant rebate and free shipping) would have been decent.
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It is the manufacturer's hope that you forget or fail to properly submit the rebate, so they keep the $20 and you end up paying close to full price for the PSU. With the $6 shipping and hassle of a rebate, I'm going to skip this one.

A modular power supply at this price (if it was instant rebate and free shipping) would have been decent.
i'm with you on this and that's why i didn't pull the trigger. I'll just pay whatever price is out there for a supernova. i got a supernova 650 g3 and it's been running like a champ with no problems. i think i'll just get another one for my new build.
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I've owned this PSU for 3 years with no issues. Bought it from Newegg for a similar price AR and got my rebate.

Recently I upgraded my GPU but realized I stupidly threw the PSU box away with the PCI-E power cable. I called EVGA up and they sent me a link to buy the cable. Their system is very picky about processing credit cards (3 of mine were declined) and they ended up sending me the cable for free. Thumbs up for their customer service.
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What is an EVGA rebate card? How can i get one?
U new around here in Slickdeals ? Buy the PSU and print the rebate on the website
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shoprunner free to join for a 1-year membership. what happens after the 2nd year, you got bill for like $100,000 homer bux? i don't see a way to cancel...regrets already for signing up for stress.
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It is the manufacturer's hope that you forget or fail to properly submit the rebate, so they keep the $20 and you end up paying close to full price for the PSU. With the $6 shipping and hassle of a rebate, I'm going to skip this one.

A modular power supply at this price (if it was instant rebate and free shipping) would have been decent.
I've never understood the issue with rebates, although I do know my address and how to use scissors so it's never been a problem.
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