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CORSAIR CX-M Series CX650M 650W 80 PLUS BRONZE Haswell Ready ATX12V & EPS12V Semi-Modular Power Supply
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Pros: 1) semi-modular cabling (add the cables which you need and keep your case looking clean)
2) Main atx and EPS/ATX12V cable is connected
3) Variable speed fan (helps keep the noise down)
4) 650Waits (one I have)
5) 3 year warranty

Cons: 80 Plus Bronze certification (intermediate level, good for family computers, Office computers )

Other Thoughts: Used this the family / Kids computer, used for Mind craft, Homework research and videos. Computer setup is an I7 2600K processor with 16GB ram. nVidia 960TI video card and a single SATA drive. connected two 23" HD Monitors.

Power was enough to run a few weeks with gaming nights with the kids, to getting home work done. My daughter used it a lot for watching anime videos as well off Netflix. We did trade out another 650W PSU to test this one, and going to leave it in the system as it working fine and it is not powered on all of the time.

IMHO I do feel the 650 is the low level wattage for any of the computers built in the last few years by myself or with the help of my 12 year old daughter (she in training still).

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CORSAIR CX-M Series CX650M 650W 80 PLUS BRONZE Haswell Ready ATX12V & EPS12V Semi-Modular Power Supply
  • eggxpert iconEggXpert

Pros: 1) semi-modular cabling (add the cables which you need and keep your case looking clean)
2) Main atx and EPS/ATX12V cable is connected
3) Variable speed fan (helps keep the noise down)
4) 650Waits (one I have)
5) 3 year warranty

Cons: 80 Plus Bronze certification (intermediate level, good for family computers, Office computers )

Other Thoughts: Used this the family / Kids computer, used for Mind craft, Homework research and videos. Computer setup is an I7 2600K processor with 16GB ram. nVidia 960TI video card and a single SATA drive. connected two 23" HD Monitors.

Power was enough to run a few weeks with gaming nights with the kids, to getting home work done. My daughter used it a lot for watching anime videos as well off Netflix. We did trade out another 650W PSU to test this one, and going to leave it in the system as it working fine and it is not powered on all of the time.

IMHO I do feel the 650 is the low level wattage for any of the computers built in the last few years by myself or with the help of my 12 year old daughter (she in training still).

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CORSAIR CX-M Series CX650M 650W 80 PLUS BRONZE Haswell Ready ATX12V & EPS12V Semi-Modular Power Supply
  • eggxpert iconEggXpert

Pros: 1) semi-modular cabling (add the cables which you need and keep your case looking clean)
2) Main atx and EPS/ATX12V cable is connected
3) Variable speed fan (helps keep the noise down)
4) 650Waits (one I have)
5) 3 year warranty

Cons: 80 Plus Bronze certification (intermediate level, good for family computers, Office computers )

Other Thoughts: Used this the family / Kids computer, used for Mind craft, Homework research and videos. Computer setup is an I7 2600K processor with 16GB ram. nVidia 960TI video card and a single SATA drive. connected two 23" HD Monitors.

Power was enough to run a few weeks with gaming nights with the kids, to getting home work done. My daughter used it a lot for watching anime videos as well off Netflix. We did trade out another 650W PSU to test this one, and going to leave it in the system as it working fine and it is not powered on all of the time.

IMHO I do feel the 650 is the low level wattage for any of the computers built in the last few years by myself or with the help of my 12 year old daughter (she in training still).

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Display Name: David N.

Date Joined: 08/12/04

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  • Last Review: 12/13/16
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