I have a Corsair HX650, bought 8 years ago (about 120€), that nowadays is still working correctly, or this I think.
The main thing is that I was wonderig if maybe 8 years are too much and now maybe it's not working correctly, but I don't know how to test this.
I've made the OCCT Power Supply test for 10 minutes and those are my values with Ryzen 2600, RTX2070, NVMe, SSD and HD.
12v: IDLE 12.24v, FULL 12.16v.
5v: IDLE 5.15v, FULL 5.13v
3.3v: Between 3.345 to 3.375, most time on 3.364v
Are those graphs correctly? Should I start thinking about replacing it?
The thing is that one user told me, on another forum, that an 8 years PSU has its condensators completly out and I should think about replacing it, and that a good psu offers a less than 0,01v variation...
So... what do you think?