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GIGABYTE GP-P850GM (80 Plus Gold 850W, Modular, Smart Fan, Smart Power Protection, Power Supply) $129.99 + FSSS

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  • Brand: Gigabyte
  • Output Wattage: 850 Watts
  • Wattage: 850 watts
  • Power Supply Design: Full Modular
  • Item Dimensions: LxWxH 5.51 x 5.91 x 3.39 inches
  • Fan Size: 120 Millimeters
About this item:
  • 80 PLUS Gold certified
  • Fully modular design
  • 120mm Smart Hydraulic Bearing (HYB) Fan
  • Main Japanese capacitors
  • Powerful single +12V rail
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Is this an ATX or MATX?
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Quote from Yone_Yasuo_Main :
Is this an ATX or MATX?
Those are motherboard standards, not power supply. Also, this particular power supply is not very good.
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I got it as a part of a combo with 3080. Been running it for over a month so far without any problem. I paid about $85+tax after rebate, so this isn't much of a deal I'd say.
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No you don't want this PSU. It literally has no overdraw protection and explodes! See the review of the 750w version.
https://www.techpowerup.com/revie...0gm-750-w/

And NE has bundled a shit ton of them so you will be able to find them a lot cheaper, locally or on eBay.

Either way, avoid this unit
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Last edited by IcyJ January 12, 2021 at 08:50 AM.
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Why not a corsair at $14 more?
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Quote from jesterjive :
Why not a corsair at $14 more?
got corsair before bf for $125.
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The power connectors on ATX and mATX are the same.Since ATX usually has more room for expansion, larger power supplies are recommended.
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Way too many reviews about it catching on fire or shorting. I second that if it doesn't have overdraw protection, AVOID!
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Quote from qualitysd :
Those are motherboard standards, not power supply. Also, this particular power supply is not very good.
Right, this is a lot for a gigabyte PSU, better off spending this on a Seasonic.
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Nobody going to mention the AT power supplies?!

They put the AT in ATX, where the X simply means Extended.


Edit: Nevermind, it was mentioned in passing.
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