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Corsair CV Series CV650 650W 80+ Bronze Power Supply

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GameStop has Corsair CV Series CV650 650W 80+ Bronze Power Supply on sale for $41.99. Shipping is free.

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  • CV series is 80 PLUS Bronze certified, providing up to 88% efficiency for less heat and lower energy costs.
  • Like all CORSAIR power supplies, the CV Series does exactly what it says it does - deliver continuous power at full capacity, no matter which wattage variant you choose.
  • A 120mm thermally controlled low-noise cooling fan only spins at high speed when your power supply is under heavy stress, slowing down for quieter operation at lower loads.
  • CV series enclosures are only 125mm long, ensuring an easy fit in almost all modern PC cases.
  • Black sleeved cables and a black powder-coated casing seamlessly fits your PC's style.
  • 3-year warranty backed by the CORSAIR global technical support team.

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    • The Corsair CV Series CV650 650W 80+ Bronze Power Supply is $28 less (40% savings) than the list price.
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Gamestop.com [gamestop.com] has Corsair CV650 650W 80+ Bronze Power Supply on sale for $41.99. Shipping is free.
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Looks like a good price if modular is not needed. Any issues with choosing this PSU on the budget?
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Quote from TiltJunkie :
Looks like a good price if modular is not needed. Any issues with choosing this PSU on the budget?
It's kind of a meh unit, it's not terrible but you wouldn't want to put anything crazy on it but it's well priced. Beats other stuff you'd find normally at this price range.
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Ya, not going to win any awards but good price from a reputable company. I would just make sure to check recommended power requirements for whatever build you want, particularly the graphics card. I wouldn't use this with anything above a 3070.
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I wouldn't buy this. High quality 750w and above are only a little bit more. or, stay cheap and go down to 430w silver or gold for less than this price.
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Quote from duenor :
I wouldn't buy this. High quality 750w and above are only a little bit more. or, stay cheap and go down to 430w silver or gold for less than this price.
I have the corsair bronze power supply for over 7 years now and I would recommend paying the extra money to the gold standard. The power supply is fine under normal workload but while heavy load the power supply makes a LOUD whining noise that is utterly annoying. You can get gold power supplies for this price as I did last summer.
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trash, stick with gold 80+
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650W should be sufficient for all but the most power hungry systems. Personally, I'd prefer to have a modular power supply, but gold efficiency is nice, especially if you are using your computer many hours of the day.
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If you're going to go cheap go EVGA instead
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If you're going to go cheap go EVGA instead
Got their 850 refurb last year for $55. Been working great. But I haven't seen it drop again that low in several months.
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Quote from Mr.Keroro :
I have the corsair bronze power supply for over 7 years now and I would recommend paying the extra money to the gold standard. The power supply is fine under normal workload but while heavy load the power supply makes a LOUD whining noise that is utterly annoying. You can get gold power supplies for this price as I did last summer.
This is power supplies trying to keep up with the instantaneous sudden power Demand on Nvidia 3080 s or higher. But I'm sure amd will soon be having this issue on their newer power hungry cards.
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650W should be sufficient for all but the most power hungry systems. Personally, I'd prefer to have a modular power supply, but gold efficiency is nice, especially if you are using your computer many hours of the day.
Doubt you'll see much of a difference in power usage from bronze to gold in day to day use. Typically most go for gold power supllies because 9 times out of 10 they have better components. I'm sure that most would agree here that they would not hook a $700 GPU up to a $40 PSU. Not worth the gamble.
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Don't buy a bronze supply unless u have free power
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It's not a good deal if it's A Bronze.
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