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EVGA Supernova 650 GT - 80 Plus Gold 650W - Fully Modular - 7 Year Warranty - Includes Power ON Self Tester - $89.64 CAD

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[Amazon.com] EVGA Supernova 650 GT - 80 Plus Gold 650W - Fully Modular - 7 Year Warranty - Includes Power ON Self Tester - $89.64 CAD

Saw This EVGA power supply on sale on the SlickDeals website, not a bad deal as it has 7 years warranty.

Amazon US seems to sell them cheaper than Amazon Canada, go figure. When you add the itemto the cart it will show the conversion in Canadian at checkout and it will add shipping + duties automatically. Which is still cheaper than Amazon Canada.

EVGA Supernova 650 GT, 80 Plus Gold 650W, Fully Modular, Auto Eco Mode with FDB Fan, 7 Year Warranty, Includes Power ON Self Tester, Compact 150mm Size, Power Supply 220-GT-0650-Y1
  • Amazon.ca price - $155.74 CAD all-in (granted you have prime for the free shipping which would add more to cost)
  • Amazon.com price - $89.64 CAD all-in
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Very good price. How does warranty work if bought from the US? For me the parts that fail first are the drives, and then the PSU.
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EVGA has been having a lot of good deals lately. I've been in the market for a PSU, but keep going back and fourth on whether I want to hold out longer for an SFX deal. Love the thought of going ITX, real ITX, but then get hung up on buying a SFX PSU + smaller cooler and all those other considerations.
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so this is a regular ATX psu even though it says compact size?
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recordman wrote: Very good price. How does warranty work if bought from the US? For me the parts that fail first are the drives, and then the PSU.
As per the Warranty info page here, it says this:

These Limited Warranty terms are valid for Products purchased ON or AFTER May 25, 2018 within the regions of the Continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico and Canada. For prior versions of the limited warranty terms please click here: Limited warranty terms prior to May 25, 2018.

This model "220-GT-0650-Y1" end with Y1 shows that it is covered on that link and both Amazon US/Canada sell the same model. So you ARE covered!
najibs wrote: so this is a regular ATX psu even though it says compact size?
Someone actually asked this question on the Amazon page, see screenshot I took below:
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Sejad wrote: This model "220-GT-0650-Y1" end with Y1 shows that it is covered on that link and both Amazon US/Canada sell the same model. So you ARE covered!
The bad thing is that these warranties usually mean that the defective unit has to be sent to an US address.

Does anyone know where the warranty depot is for Canadians?
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craftsman wrote: The bad thing is that these warranties usually mean that the defective unit has to be sent to an US address.

Does anyone know where the warranty depot is for Canadians?
Pretty sure evga doesn't have a canadian depot, have to ship it to the US, whether they'll ship it back to canada is another story.
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Sejad wrote: Not always, I.e. Dell/Lenovo for instance have Canadian repair centres.
DELL/Lenovo aren't in the same league as they are MUCH bigger than the likes of EVGA or many of these component companies.

Here's the warranty shipping address for EVGA power supplies as per their warranty document for shipping power supplies (https://images.evga.com/warranty/shippi ... elines.pdf):

EVGA RMA Department
408 Saturn Street
Brea, CA 92821, USA

In other words, as feared and really no better or worse than many of the other component suppliers.
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Seems like the prices are finally coming down on power supplies. I'll just wait till I dont' have to deal with the hassles that can appear with importing from the US, plus I want Seasonic.
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craftsman wrote: DELL/Lenovo aren't in the same league as they are MUCH bigger than the likes of EVGA or many of these component companies.

Here's the warranty shipping address for EVGA power supplies as per their warranty document for shipping power supplies (https://images.evga.com/warranty/shippi ... elines.pdf):

EVGA RMA Department
408 Saturn Street
Brea, CA 92821, USA

In other words, as feared and really no better or worse than many of the other component suppliers.
I mean, that’s business I guess. At least they offer a longer warranty.
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the full modular model w 10yr warranty is on sale all the time for $89cdn. it just ended on Friday.

if that helps anyone worried about cost and warranty.

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