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850W Seasonic PRIME TX-850 80+ Titanium Full Modular Power Supply EXPIRED

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$249.99
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Newegg has 850W Seasonic PRIME TX-850 80+ Titanium Full Modular Power Supply (SSR-850TR) for $162.49 - $25 Rebate = $137.49. Shipping is free.
  • Note: Backordered, but can be ordered
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Features:
  • MICRO TOLERANCE LOAD REGULATION (under 0.5 %): This impressive electrical performance and stability makes this power supply an ideal choice for high-performance systems.
  • FULL MODULAR - Use only the cables you need to reduce clutter and improve airflow for a better ventilated system.
  • 80 PLUS TITANIUM - Less energy gets wasted during power conversion; Cut down your electricity usage and be Eco-Friendly.
  • PREMIUM HYBRID FAN CONTROL: Unsurpassed silent performance in Fanless Mode. The fan control button at the back of the power supply allows users to customize cooling needs by selecting between Seasonic S2FC (fan control without Fanless Mode) and S3FC (fan control including Fanless Mode).

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    • This price is $112.50 lower (45% savings) than the list price of $249.99
    • Rebate must be postmarked by 1/5/22 to qualify for rebate redemption. Allow up to 8-10 weeks for redemption period. Be sure to include all forms (invoice, UPC barcode, form, etc.) to qualify
    • Rebate valid through 12/6/21 or while promotion lasts
    • Limit of 1 rebate per household
    • Must be sold/shipped by Newegg
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This is the lowest price in history for this power supply. I've been using the 650w version of this for years and it's solid. I bought the 750w version of this on Nov 2021 for $126.99 AR, 850w Titanium for $137.49 AR is a bargain, I'm buying one for future builds. Never had any issue with Seasonic MIR but YMMV. The MIR is actually a good thing even though it may be extra hassle, without the 1 per address MIR limitation, then scalpers can buy 5 or 10 of these and flip on eBay making it harder for you to get one.

I know titanium is more expensive than gold and platinum, but you are paying for the best quality power supply available and the premium is justified especially at current price.

FYI to gamers, the next gen GPU is going to use more power than the current gen and GPU supply will improve in 2022 when eth 2.0 stops mining. If you wait until the GPU supply improve, then the price of these power supply will also increase due to higher demand, stock them up while they are still cheap.

https://www.newegg.com/seasonic-p...6817151196 >On backorder, may order
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Buy the components over time to lower the average cost. This PSU is quite unlikely to be outdated in 2 years.
Do you have a link to this PSU or a similar quality one for a better price right now?
For example on power usage, I have a i9-10850k and a 3080ti. Both are overclocked.
Running Cinebench my CPU reports something like 250 Watts. At the same time i ran Furmark at 4k 4x antialiasing and the GPU reported 325 watts. I have a kill-a-watt meter measuring the computer. The meter measures anywhere from 810-840 watts. (I also have 6 USB devices, 5 case fans, 3 7200 RPM drives, 2 ssds and an AIO water cooler.) Gaming at heavy GPU load and moderate CPU load is 500-600 Watts.
I don't think anyone needs more than 850W, unless you have 2 GPU

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Thanks, got one to have on hand for when needed.
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I see all these PC parts but to me its all pointless if i have to pay $800 for a decent video card.
Buy the components over time to lower the average cost. This PSU is quite unlikely to be outdated in 2 years.
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Buy the components over time to lower the average cost. This PSU is quite unlikely to be outdated in 2 years.
I have a Corsair (made by sea sonic) from 2008 I'm still using in my computer. It's seen about 4-5 builds since then and just won't die 😂
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Great deal! Probably overkill for most people but definitely a great price if you wanted a titanium rated power supply at 850W.
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For example on power usage, I have a i9-10850k and a 3080ti. Both are overclocked.
Running Cinebench my CPU reports something like 250 Watts. At the same time i ran Furmark at 4k 4x antialiasing and the GPU reported 325 watts. I have a kill-a-watt meter measuring the computer. The meter measures anywhere from 810-840 watts. (I also have 6 USB devices, 5 case fans, 3 7200 RPM drives, 2 ssds and an AIO water cooler.) Gaming at heavy GPU load and moderate CPU load is 500-600 Watts.
I don't think anyone needs more than 850W, unless you have 2 GPU
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I have the 650W version and handles an overclocked 3090 and 5950x. It's the best PSU available on the market, bar none.
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Quote from MagentaBuffalo1911 :
For example on power usage, I have a i9-10850k and a 3080ti. Both are overclocked.
Running Cinebench my CPU reports something like 250 Watts. At the same time i ran Furmark at 4k 4x antialiasing and the GPU reported 325 watts. I have a kill-a-watt meter measuring the computer. The meter measures anywhere from 810-840 watts. (I also have 6 USB devices, 5 case fans, 3 7200 RPM drives, 2 ssds and an AIO water cooler.) Gaming at heavy GPU load and moderate CPU load is 500-600 Watts.
I don't think anyone needs more than 850W, unless you have 2 GPU
Ryzen 1600 and GTX1070 here. My UPS meter never jumps above 300W when benchmarking Heaven. Daily usage for work averages around 120W throughout the day.

Sure it's older and mid-tiered hardware, but hopefully that helps someone out there. Those 400W PSUs are more than enough for a non-gaming PC. And most gaming PCs are perfectly safe and plenty of headroom with a 650W unless you're on the high-end side of components.
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Quote from MagentaBuffalo1911 :
For example on power usage, I have a i9-10850k and a 3080ti. Both are overclocked.
Running Cinebench my CPU reports something like 250 Watts. At the same time i ran Furmark at 4k 4x antialiasing and the GPU reported 325 watts. I have a kill-a-watt meter measuring the computer. The meter measures anywhere from 810-840 watts. (I also have 6 USB devices, 5 case fans, 3 7200 RPM drives, 2 ssds and an AIO water cooler.) Gaming at heavy GPU load and moderate CPU load is 500-600 Watts.
I don't think anyone needs more than 850W, unless you have 2 GPU
I have almost the exact same setup. Same CPU and GPU I am OC to 5.1

just 4 case fans with a 360 AIO and 2 NVME drives.
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Terrible price.
Do you have a link to this PSU or a similar quality one for a better price right now?
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Do you have a link to this PSU or a similar quality one for a better price right now?
I think they were just trying to be sarcastic. Its a an amazing price for a platinum 850w especially from Seasonic.
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