|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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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.
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!
* 80 Plus Bronze
* Modular (you can disconnect and store the cables not in use
* Its Very Quiet
* Its attractive if you have a case window
* Its Antec quality
* High quality capacitors that will outlast most
The cables have a black mesh over them to hide the colored wires. However you can still see the colors through the mesh. Some companies use a more solid mesh or ditch the traditional colored cables all together.
The cables are pretty standard classic Antec, round with nice nylon mesh sleeves. They aren't as nice as the newer flat cables on their fully modular quiet power supply.
The mobo cable was exactly the right length to reach my motherboard from the rear of the case. I have a fairly large case that has been a challenge for other cables. These fit exactly right.
The connector count is pretty darn high. There are:
3 extra long SATA cables, all with 3 SATA power connectors and a single Molex at the end. The SATA connector is upside down to me, I had to start connecting my hard drives from the top down. A minor annoyance.
1 moderately long cable with 3 Molex connectors and a fan power connection at the end.
2 PCI-e cables with two pairs of connectors per cable.
That's a lot of power cables. Unless you have a huge number of drives, this set will work.
The power supply feels really good, well made and beefy. I like that Antec made most of the components visible inside the supply. Construction looks solid.
The top fan can face up or down - if your case has a bottom vent, that is the best way to mount this - blow the hot power supply air out of the case. It is a fairly standard size PSU.
There is a white LED in the fan. The light can be turned off with a switch on the cable connection side. Putting that switch on the outside of the supply would have been a better choice.
This is a darn good power supply at a good price.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've run this in a PC that is always on with absolutely no power issues or worrisome temperatures. The modular cable system is phenomenal for uncluttering your internal components. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Christopher Williams
Its a great power supply unit, it made cable management very easy. The fan on it, however, has started to make a loud clicking noise more and more often. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Worked as intended and then some. Cording/plugs are convenient and easier than older supplies I've used.Published 4 months ago by B Morgan
These a great for the average user. Not real high-end. I have purchased 4 of them but had to send 2 back. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Max
This is the second one of these power supplies I have ordered plenty of power to expand your system love the detachable power cords so I can keep the case looking clean and add... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Samuel C. Hess
Had it for only a couple days, pc only on for about 2 hours overall and PSU capacitor decides to pop, filling half the room with smoke and spraying liquid all over. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer