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Wednesday, 16 September 2009 15:44

Corsair announces its HX650W PSU

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Single +12V rail and modular design

Corsair has decided to add yet another model to its HX Series of professional PSUs, the HX650W. This probably means that the old HX620W model will probably go EOL.

The HX650W PSU has a single +12V rail that gives 52 Amps of power and features support for ATX12V 2.2 and EPS12V 2.91 standards. The efficiency is rated at 85 percent which means that it has an 80Plus Bronze certification.

Corsair markets this PSU as a perfect choice for mid to high-end Lynnfield systems and if you aren't planning on playing with quad SLI or CrossfireX, this one should be quite enough. It is cooled by a bottom placed 120mm fan.

It comes with four PCI-Express 6+2 pin connectors, nine SATA and eight 4-pin peripheral as well as two 4-pin floppy connectors.

The new PSU is already listed in Europe for as low as €97,79 and can be found available for around €100. You can find it here.

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