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Due to my current PSU being horrible, and not being able to power my new GPU well I must upgrade. Since I am now looking toward the Amps on the 12V rail I have come to this.

CORSAIR CMPSU-650TX
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16817139005

Do any of you know if it has stable voltage outputs? If this is a bad PSU, do you have a recommendation of one that is better, can power an Nvidia 88 series GPU, and is between $100-150.
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post #2 of 8
Corsairs are excellent PSUs.... that one would be a good choice.
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Originally Posted by winginit View Post
Corsairs are excellent PSUs.... that one would be a good choice.
Agreed, they have excellent efficiency and stability.
If you are willing to spend a bit more and get modular cabling then I'd suggest a Corsair HX620. Overclock.net Review

Edit: any that 650tx would definitely be able to power your video card, 56A on 12v rail is much more than the required 26A.
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It is a good PSU. You can get it from buy.com for $73
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It is a good PSU. You can get it from buy.com for $73
linskingdom, I was jut going to link him to buy.com for the Corsair PSUs.
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Dang, right after I order it from Newegg you post this. Oh well, I'd rather have Newegg's support if something goes wrong, and they have been good to me I don't feel bad supporting them. Twenty dollars to be saved on my limited budget would have been nice, thanks any guys. +reps for all...
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It is a good PSU. You can get it from buy.com for $73
wow. Good deal.
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post #8 of 8
$73 after a new google checkout account or $63 after the $20 off coupon if you got it.

Anyways,

I would rather have newegg's support too. Buy.com's is one of the worst.
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