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Seasonic FOCUS GM-650, 650W 80+ Gold, Semi-Modular $69.99 PB with ME $119.99 (after PB $64.99) ATL

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[Newegg] Seasonic FOCUS GM-650, 650W 80+ Gold, Semi-Modular $69.99 PB with ME $119.99 (after PB $64.99) ATL

Excellent pricing on this PSU.

PB with ME: https://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX73969 $119.99

Rated: Tier A • Recommended for high-end systems single-rail

Note: Purchase this if you're not getting a mid to high tier video card for the upcoming Lovelace/Alder Lake CPUs.

Enjoy!
Last edited by Freebush on Sep 14th, 2021 6:03 pm, edited 5 times in total.
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Only for those who don't plan on getting any mid or high tier GPUs.
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Real price is higher thanks to shipping.
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EmpressLisaSu wrote: Only for those who don't plan on getting any mid or high tier GPUs.
It's a 650W PSU (and a Seasonic to boot). Despite what Nvidia says, it'll easily power most GPUs.

It'd probably even run an RTX 3090, although I'd get something beefier for that.
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zero64 wrote: It's a 650W PSU (and a Seasonic to boot). Despite what Nvidia says, it'll easily power most GPUs.

It'd probably even run an RTX 3090, although I'd get something beefier for that.
Some say Lovelace is gonna use even more power than ampere
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Freebush wrote: Thanks for the additional info.
You could probably power an undervolted 3080 and undervolted ryzen CPU (5600X/5900X) with the 650W. My undervolted 3080 FTW3 maxes out at ~280W and my 5800X at ~120W.

Although I'd probably spend the extra $10 for the 750W for a 3080/3090 (for peace of mind).

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