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EVGA 600 BQ 80 Plus Bronze Semi Modular 600W Power Supply EXPIRED

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  • EVGA 600 BQ: Great quality, great value
  • 80 plus Bronze certified, with 85 percent efficiency or higher under typical loads
  • Fan Size Bearing: 120 millimeters Fluid Dynamic Bearing quiet and Intelligent auto fan for near silent operation
  • Heavy duty protections, including OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, and SCP
  • AC Input 100 to 240 VAC, 10 5A, 50 to 60 hertz; Operating temperature 0 degree to 40 degree Celsius

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    • Offer is valid through Monday August 2, 2021 or while supplies lasts.
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    • Includes 3-Year Warranty for parts and labor.
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That's impossible. You would need like a 10 years old PSU for it to be missing CPU 4 pins.
Next time check your eyes, and watch videos on how to separate those, or maybe you were looking at the graphics card 8 pin connector and got confused. It's OK, we're not trying to criticize you, I've made mistakes too, but I've also built a whole bunch of computers just in the last year alone, using a bunch of different brands, all of the CPU connectors are these eight pin all in one things seemingly, but if you look closely they can be snapped apart and they can be spread apart

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am i correct in assuming that this PS does not have a 4 pin cpu power connector? i just returned a PS to amazon for that exact reason.
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Quote from phrankiephotog :
am i correct in assuming that this PS does not have a 4 pin cpu power connector? i just returned a PS to amazon for that exact reason.
It has a splitable 4+4 pin CPU/EPS connector.
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Damn this looks like the same PSU I bought three weeks ago for my new build for 39.99 then I returned it the Best Buy and bought the PSU on Amazon for 50 bucks for 650 watts of power 80plus gold. This is a great deal, geesh
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I have the 500w version. This seems to be EVGA's top bronze model. It's semi modular and had a dc-dc setup for the 5 and 3.3v outputs.
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Quote from phrankiephotog :
am i correct in assuming that this PS does not have a 4 pin cpu power connector? i just returned a PS to amazon for that exact reason.
That's impossible. You would need like a 10 years old PSU for it to be missing CPU 4 pins.
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Damn this looks like the same PSU I bought three weeks ago for my new build for 39.99 then I returned it the Best Buy and bought the PSU on Amazon for 50 bucks for 650 watts of power 80plus gold. This is a great deal, geesh
The gold will save you more money if you leave it on all the time. Also it's fully modular. Thats why it costs more.
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The gold will save you more money if you leave it on all the time. Also it's fully modular. Thats why it costs more.
Not true. Most PSU's are very inefficient under 20% load.

600BQ tests silver by cybernetics independent testing. Not that big of a difference from average rated gold PSU. The better gold designs tread into platinum efficiency, but its RNG really.
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That's impossible. You would need like a 10 years old PSU for it to be missing CPU 4 pins.
He probably meant it doesn't come with an extra set of cpu 4+4 pins
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That's impossible. You would need like a 10 years old PSU for it to be missing CPU 4 pins.
bullshit. if you want to find out for yourself buy one yourself. here is the link, for your convenience: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...8&psc=1​

it has an 8 pin NON splittable CPU connector.
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bullshit. if you want to find out for yourself buy one yourself. here is the link, for your convenience: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...8&psc=1​

it has an 8 pin NON splittable CPU connector.
Rofl. There's no such thing as a non split 8 CPU pins. The specs clearly say 4+4 pins for CPU FFS you newb.
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Rofl. There's no such thing as a non split 8 CPU pins. The specs clearly say 4+4 pins for CPU FFS you newb.
go buy one. then do your stupid gloating. i have built probably 30 PCs and repaired hundreds.
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Quote from phrankiephotog :
am i correct in assuming that this PS does not have a 4 pin cpu power connector? i just returned a PS to amazon for that exact reason.
1 x 24-Pin ATX
1 x 8-Pin (4+4) EPS (CPU)
2 x 8-Pin (6+2) PCIE
6 x SATA
3 x Four Pin Peripheral
1 x Floppy
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bullshit. if you want to find out for yourself buy one yourself. here is the link, for your convenience: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...8&psc=1​

it has an 8 pin NON splittable CPU connector.
Next time check your eyes, and watch videos on how to separate those, or maybe you were looking at the graphics card 8 pin connector and got confused. It's OK, we're not trying to criticize you, I've made mistakes too, but I've also built a whole bunch of computers just in the last year alone, using a bunch of different brands, all of the CPU connectors are these eight pin all in one things seemingly, but if you look closely they can be snapped apart and they can be spread apart
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