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Apevia Prestige 600W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Gaming Power Supply EXPIRED

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Apevia via Amazon has Apevia Prestige 600W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Gaming Power Supply (ATX-PR600W) on sale for $52.99. Shipping is free. Thanks PennyFound

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Amazon [amazon.com] has Apevia Prestige 600W 80+ Gold Certified ATX Power Supply (ATX-PR600W) for $52.99. Shipping is free >In stock on August 17
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Isn't Apevia pretty garbage?

Using a Thermaltake 750W Modular semi-RGB with a 10 year warranty that i purchased for $50. Maybe wait for a better deal, unless you absolutely have to buy now.
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Dealing with a non modular psu is a pain in the ass so I can understand why people downvote it for not being modular.
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Got this PSU 3 months ago, seems really stable, able to power my core i5 9400f & RX 5700XT system without any issue. Cons are the non-modular & mustard ketchup cables, but it isn't really matter to me.
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I miss those Corsair CX430 10-13AR deals
I miss the CX430 for $25 EVERY DAY with prices we're seeing these days.

I think I gave away my last one of those (was my backup PSU) in a build for one of my students last fall.
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Got this PSU 3 months ago, seems really stable, able to power my core i5 9400f & RX 5700XT system without any issue. Cons are the non-modular & mustard ketchup cables, but it isn't really matter to me.
"Seems really stable" is what everything seems like if it's not currently failing. But I think this is a legitimately decent unit. I'd have to see a review that tests spikes during power on, performance at high temps, and ripple readings to really be sure. But I'd have bought this if I needed one right now.
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Apevia is pretty garbage. I'd stay away and get something legit. Go check out JonnyGuru and find a good psu.
You guys do realize all these psus come from the same handfull of factories right? Aspire (Apevia) uses youngyear as their OEM. Thats rosewill, ultra, mge. ultra being the stand out brand in that lineup. They also rebrand psus from other OEMs for exports such as fsp/chanel well/delta/super flower etc.
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I bought one of these to power an i5 10400 and rtx 2060. Its very light weight which makes me a little nervous. I had a 600 watt gold evga psu in another build and it was noticeably heavier. Its worked fine for about 3 weeks so far. I can't hear the fan over my case fans which arent even that loud. It basically costs about as much as an evga or corsair 500w bronze and because its so light thats what im gonna pretend it is.
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by the way a 500w 80 plus bronze evga is going for about 70 bucks right now...
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Got the 800w for my dual GPU folding rig. Currently using 2xGTX 1060.
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