|Item model number||HCG-620M|
|Item Weight||4.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
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Antec High Current Gamer HCG-620M, 80 PLUS BRONZE, 620 Watt Modular Power Supply
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- Guaranteed 620W of Continuous Power from Antec and an
- Thermal Manager - An advanced low voltage fan control for optimal heat &
- Circuit Shield - Full suite of industrial grade protections:
- 10-pin sockets - Special 10-pin modular sockets for High Current flexibility
- 92.9% +12V - Output for maximum CPU & GPU support with
- Power output; +3.3v 24A, +5v 24A, +12v 48A, -12v .8A, -5v 2.5A
- All Japanese Heavy-Duty Caps - All high-performance Japanese capacitors
- Safety Approvals: UL, cUL, CE, TUV, CB, FCC, CCC, C-Tick, BSMI, GOST-R
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|Item Dimensions||6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 in||6.5 x 5.91 x 3.35 in||5.51 x 5.91 x 3.35 in||5.51 x 5.91 x 3.4 in||5.5 x 5.9 x 3.4 in||6.7 x 5.9 x 3.4 in|
|Item Weight||4.2 lbs||7 lbs||—||4.38 lbs||5 lbs||4 lbs|
Antec’s HCG M power supplies are the perfect combination of power and efficiency. The HCG M features special heavy-duty High Current connectors and cabling that supply extreme levels of power, and superb efficiency thanks to 80 PLUS Bronze certification and Active PFC. Highest-quality connectors, Japanese-brand capacitors, and a quiet 135 mm double ball bearing fan complete the package. The HCG-620M features High Current Cable Management and 10-pin modular connectors. If loads of power, High Current engineering and extreme efficiency are what you’re after, the HCG M is the PSU for you.
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I went with Antec because I've used their PSU's many times over the years without problems. I expect this one to be just as reliable over the long haul. Some notes on this PSU. Antec doesn't manufacture this unit, it is subbed out to an OEM. An added plus for anyone who buys this is that Antec is using Seasonic as their OEM for these PSU's. Seasonic is one of the most respected OEM's in PSU's.
This installed without issues of any type and worked perfectly the minute I switched it on. For any type of computer product, that fact alone is worth 5 stars!
Intel i7 4790K
MSI Gaming 5 motherboard
Four 8 GB G.skill Ripjaws (32 GB total)
EVGA GTX 1070
2 case fans (One front and one side, intake fans)
Corsair H60-120mm liquid cpu cooler with 2 fans (one pushing air and one pulling air thru the radiator, exhaust fans)
So this power supply is more then capable of handling hi power demands. I definitely recommend it !
First, I needed something that was capable of powering my hungry GTX 570. The HCG-620M does 48A on a single +12 rail. That's MORE than plenty for most single GPU setups available today. It does 620w continuous, not peak. That is plenty of power for pretty much any enthusiast out there. Using the available resources online, I determined I needed a PSU that could handle 460 watts, but my graphics card suggests 38A on the +12v rail. Do the math: 12v * 38a = 456 watts. That leaves 4 watts for the remainder of my system.
Second, I wanted a modular unit because I have a micro ATX case and there is not room for 8 different pigtails stuffed inside. The modular nature of this PSU allows me to run only the connections I need, and nothing else.
Finally I wanted something discrete. This unit is quiet - nearly silent. Even under the full load of my GPU and i5 sandy bridge, it hardly makes a noise. Equally important, it doesn't have those stupid blue lights inside of it. I'm not trying to impress anyone with my computer. I want it to work, and I want it to eat every byte I give it and spit out pure awesomeness.
I'd highly recommend this series of PSU to anyone.
Edit: Some more time has passed and the fan is rattling more and more. This is installed in a computer in my bedroom, and I am now losing sleep because of it. I'm going to have to contact their return department - as soon as I can find a temporary backup power supply, since I know such returns take forever... Not looking forward to that experience.
Don't make the same mistake that I made.
I've used Antec power supplies for many years, and I've never had trouble with them. Granted, they're usually on the upper-end of price for comparable products, but I've always felt that the price was worth it. This time, I saw a competing product (*ahem* Corsair) for a much lower price. First off, the listing said it was a modular PSU...but it wasn't. I could have dealt with that, if it didn't also trip a heat breaker multiple times.
See, the problem was that a plastic shield had dislodged at some point (most-likely during shipping), and caused the fan to shut itself off because of the resistance. With the fan off, the PSU would eventually overheat when the server was running complex tasks (so...all the time). I promptly sent the Corsair back, but before I even packaged it up I placed an order for the Antec.
Never again will I stray. Antec has consistently made the highest-quality power supplies on the planet, and the sometimes-higher price is *nothing* to pay, compared to the frustration of an inferior product.