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EVGA 650 BQ 80+ BRONZE 650W Semi Modular Power Supply (B-Stock) EXPIRED

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EVGA has various EVGA Power Supplies (B Stock) on sale (see examples below). Shipping is free.

Thanks to community member tqlla3k for sharing this deal.

Examples:
  • EVGA 600 GD 80+ GOLD 600W Power Supply (B-Stock, 100-GD-0600-R3) $29.99
  • EVGA 650 BQ 80+ BRONZE 650W Semi Modular Power Supply (B-Stock, 110-BQ-0650-RX) $35.99 -> now $34.99
  • & More Sale Items
B-Stock Description:
  • B-Stock Products are units which may have small scratches, small dents, or noticeable use. B-Stock products are Factory Recertified to meet the performance and reliability of a new product of the same model. B-Stock products do not come with any optional accessories and only include the accessories required.

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    • The EVGA SuperNOVA 750 GT 80 Plus Gold 750W Fully Modular Power Supply (B-Stock, 220-GT-0750-RX) is $65 lower (59% savings) than the $109.99 list price.
    • See forum thread for additional deal discussion / ideas.
    • All Power Supplies come with a 1-Year Warranty (more info).
    • Available while supplies last.
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  • EVGA SuperNOVA 750 GT 80 Plus Gold 750W Fully Modular Power Supply (B-Stock, 220-GT-0750-RX) $44.99
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EVGA has instant rebates on their B-stock items including power supplies and GPUs. I looked online and found associate codes that dropped the GPU price down 3% and the PS price down 10%. Hopefully it doesnt mess up my order

Here are some sample deals that I thought were good.
$30 -EVGA 600 GD, 80+ GOLD 600W, Power Supply 100-GD-0600-R3
$35 -EVGA 650 BQ, 80+ BRONZE 650W, Semi Modular, Power Supply 110-BQ-0650-RX
$45 -EVGA SuperNOVA 750 GT, 80 Plus Gold 750W, Fully Modular OOS
$440 - EVGA GeForce RTX 3070 XC3 ULTRA GAMING

I ordered the 3070xc, and the SuperNova750GT. I know the 40 series is coming out. But it looks like the $900, 4080 8GB is the new 70 series.
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cgott42 asked this question on 09-22-2022 at 01:48 PM
09-22-2022 at 03:45 PM
I find this PSU tier list very helpful-
https://cultists.network/140/psu-tier-list/
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09-23-2022 at 12:43 AM
B-Stock Products are units which may have small scratches, small dents, or noticeable use. B-Stock products are Factory Recertified to meet the performance and reliability of a new product of the same model. Most B-Stock products come with a one year warranty.

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CAUTION: Be careful when shopping EVGA B-stock PSUs. If the PSU you're looking at shows a listing of the included cables, then the cable set is usually short compared to the retail version of that PSU. For instance, the $45 SuperNOVA 750 GT that the OP bought only includes 1 8-pin EPS/CPU cable and only 1 SATA cable whereas the retail/new version includes 2 of each. Before you buy, check your motherboard to see how many 8-pin EPS/CPU cables it requires. If it only needs one, then you're all set.

From my experience, if the included cables are not specifically listed, then you'll get the full cable set.

Warning: Do not use cables from another PSU unless they're from the same make and model of PSU. For instance, if sometime later, you need an additional SATA cable, do not try using one from a Corsair PSU. There is NO industry standard for PSU cables and the pin configurations vary between manufacturers and even between models of the same manufacturer.
I'll miss your video cards, EVGA. Godspeed and I hope you come out a better company after this Nvidia fiasco.
While you bad mouth the other manufactures who work with Nvidia, you are aware that Nvidia undercuts all the companies they do business with, right? All these other companies have to spend money on R&D to push the limits of the Nvidia GPU. Then Nvidia comes in and undercuts them by several hundred dollars. That's why EVGA left them. All the other's confirm the same info. At the rate Nvidia is going, they are going to push other companies away. If enough leave, AMD or Intel will gladly move forward and clearly have the supply chain advantage.
Nvidia can NOT make enough product to supply the market alone! Nvidia needs the others. If you're going to only buy the product from Nvidia, it might be out of reach (monetarily speaking) in the near future.
As to the Power supplies, I've only had one EVGA go and it was quickly replaced. Of course that was NOT a "B" product. Make sure you plan to use it and not buy as a back up as this might not be wise to use a "B" PS as it might be out of warranty by the time you need it. EVGA has some awesome warranties on their "A" list PS's. One of my last ones was for about 13 years or so. Peace

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EVGA just announced they are no longer going to manufacture GPU's. These are the last..
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Well the power supplies are still a good deal.
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I cancelled my order, and just ordered the power supply.
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I'll miss your video cards, EVGA. Godspeed and I hope you come out a better company after this Nvidia fiasco.
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I'll miss your video cards, EVGA. Godspeed and I hope you come out a better company after this Nvidia fiasco.
I really hope they team up with AMD. They were one of the few during the pandemic to not gouge their customers up the ass. Their RMA/Step-up program will be missed. I can't even remember my GPU's not being EVGA in the past 20+ years.
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Anyone with experience with these b stock?

I'm looking for 850 or higher
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Anyone with experience with these b stock?

I'm looking for 850 or higher
I've picked up two. They come in generic brown boxes. Looks brand new.
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Anyone with experience with these b stock?

I'm looking for 850 or higher
They have an 850GT for $60.

I think EVGA has a good reputation for their B-stock. I dont need 850w though, since I am not overclocking and just have a 3060.
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I can't complain too much about more GPU board manufacturers NOT making AMD / NVIDIA GPUs.
Given historical problems and current generation ones I really have a hard time trusting the design quality and support of a GPU NOT made by NVIDIA if based on an NVIDIA GPU.
NVIDIA designed and tested the chip and designed the reference board designs. They care about having the board actually work reliably since it makes their GPU look bad if it doesn't, and they therefore have to make good quality cards also.

Whereas 3rd party GPU board makers are entirely motivated by profit -- cut corners of hardware design, testing, quality control, support, engineering for software tools / utilities, firmware updates, etc. to increase profit at the expense of the customers.

Look at the "missing MLCC capacitors scandal" that happened with the 3000 series. Many different 3rd party NVIDIA GPU board vendors and models basically were found to have a characteristic instability / crash problem when run at advertised speeds. They traced that back to those GPU board makers cutting corners and leaving out a few MLCC capacitors NVIDIA's reference design specified should be used to stabilize the GPU voltages. MLCC capacitors like that cost like one penny or significantly less. So for saving $0.02 or less in parts cost many thousands of people got sold unstable GPUs that don't work the way they were advertised to because these 3rd party companies didn't care about quality, didn't care enough to test / verify any changes they made to the board design, and shipped defective product
that was just good enough to fool people until they were found out and called on it.

Utilities? Firmware updates? etc. Lots of these 3rd party companies are notorious for horrible buggy bloated broken cr*pware for motherboard utilities, drivers, firmware, bios, whatever they spit out.
MSI control center anyone?

GPUs are really high tech, more so than even the motherboard. Incompetent or negligent or crooked 3rd party board makers have no business designing / supporting / doing quality control on them, it is bound to be a disaster for the consumer if so.

Back when there were true lifetime warranties and high quality 3rd party board makers like the peak days of XFX, EVGA, ok, well, that was a relatively good option for quality product, but that's clearly not sustainable as the tech level keeps increasing and the profit margins decrease, that's just a recipe for a badly crippled / supported / manufactured product so good luck buying something that's going to be solid from anyone but NVIDIA.
While you bad mouth the other manufactures who work with Nvidia, you are aware that Nvidia undercuts all the companies they do business with, right? All these other companies have to spend money on R&D to push the limits of the Nvidia GPU. Then Nvidia comes in and undercuts them by several hundred dollars. That's why EVGA left them. All the other's confirm the same info. At the rate Nvidia is going, they are going to push other companies away. If enough leave, AMD or Intel will gladly move forward and clearly have the supply chain advantage.
Nvidia can NOT make enough product to supply the market alone! Nvidia needs the others. If you're going to only buy the product from Nvidia, it might be out of reach (monetarily speaking) in the near future.
As to the Power supplies, I've only had one EVGA go and it was quickly replaced. Of course that was NOT a "B" product. Make sure you plan to use it and not buy as a back up as this might not be wise to use a "B" PS as it might be out of warranty by the time you need it. EVGA has some awesome warranties on their "A" list PS's. One of my last ones was for about 13 years or so. Peace
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Thanks OP, ordered the GeForce RTX 3070 XC3 ULTRA GAMING, 08G-P5-3755-RX card. I did some googling (correct me if I'm off base here) but the difference between the 08G-P5-3755-RX and the 08G-P5-3755-LX, despite being the same price, is the LX is the "light hash rate" version of the card. Not going to do any crypto mining, but I figured I may as well get the non-limited card for the same price right?

Also if you Google, you can find an "Associate Code" which will take 3% off the price.
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EVGA just announced they are no longer going to manufacture GPU's. These are the last..
These aren't literally the last, but yes, they are stopping manufacturing whenever they run out of core kits from nvidia (which we don't know when that is).
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