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As i know 660w is new version of this psu that i make a deal.What difference is between that 660w and 650w that i'm making a deal?
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Originally Posted by Nikusha View Post

As i know 660w is new version of this psu that i make a deal.What difference is between that 660w and 650w that i'm making a deal?

Aside from the extra 10 watts, the difference between the x660 and the x650 is that the internal components were slightly rearranged to produce less ripple in unusual circumstances. For everyday gaming and general computer use, they are identical. smile.gif

Edit: The store I purchased my x660 from also had the x650 available too, but the x660 was on sale at the time and it ended up being $50 cheaper. If it wasn't on sale, I would've just bought the x650 (you can still buy the x650 brand new from stores).
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Is that bad that it come out few years ago?As seller said it's 4-5 month used and i can't find even dust he said it's like new.If it's released few years ago it means that it have old technology ? Maybe i'm asking stupid questions but i'm newbie in PSU's.
It's a bit like saying LGA1366 is bad because it came out in 2008. Nah. I am having 6-core Xeon POWAAAAH now

It's not old. Old doesn't mean bad, if something is old and still beats other high-end PSUs you know it's way ahead of it's generation
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As seller said it's like new so tomorrow we make a deal and both of us will check psus and if everything is ok we will make a deal
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I really don't know why he wants this deal but i think he bought it on ebay for good price anyway it's not my buisness and i don't care so i PM him and waiting for replay when we can make a deal.So in this month i made huge upgrades from 920 to 4770k..p6tse>>msi z87 gaming and 2 month ago 5850>>msi 650 ti boost..500gb wd blue >> 1tb wd black and now this.i think it's enough with upgrades for 1 year

lol I would say so! Omg. That's awesome.
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