|Item model number||CP-9020132-NA|
|Item Weight||3.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 5.5 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||5.9 x 5.5 x 3.4 inches|
|Color||80 PLUS Gold|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||January 5, 2017|
CORSAIR TXM Series, TX650M, 650 Watt, 80+ Gold Certified, Semi Modular Power Supply
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- 50°C Operating Temperature: Can output full power even at very high ambient temperatures
- 80 Plus Gold: Runs cooler and uses less power than less efficient power supplies
- Semi-Modular: Allows user to only use the cables they need for a cleaner looking build with better airflow
- 120mm Rifle Bearing Fan: Quieter than ball bearing but longer life than sleeve bearing
- All Japanese Capacitors: Unparalleled reliability, even at higher operating temperatures
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From the manufacturer
Gold-certified efficiency and semi-modular cabling for low energy use and easy
TX Series semi-modular power supplies are ideal for basic desktop systems where low energy use, low noise, and simple installation are essential. All of the capacitors are 105°C rated, Japanese brand, to ensure solid power delivery and long term reliability. 80 PLUS Gold efficiency reduces operating cost and excess heat. Flat, sleeved black modular cables with clearly-marked connectors make installation fast and straightforward, with good-looking results.
80 PLUS Gold-certified Efficiency
The super-efficient operation of the TX Series semi-modular results in lower energy use and lower operating costs. Since it generates less heat, the fan doesn’t need to work as hard, and you’ll enjoy near silent operation.
Modular cabling with clearly marked connectors
The flat, sleeved black cables are semi-modular, so you’ll only use the cables you need and you’ll get great-looking results. The clearly-marked connectors make installation fast and straightforward.
Corsair Engineering and Quality Control
Every CORSAIR power supply is designed by our California engineering team and built to our exact specifications. The same care that goes into the design and testing of our renowned high-power enthusiast power supplies also goes into the TX-M Series semi-modular, because you need confidence and reliability regardless of your build budget.
- 6th generation Intel Core processor Ready (Intel Skylake and Z170 motherboards)
- ATX12V v2.4 and EPS 2.92 standards and is backward compatible with ATX12V 2.2, 2.31 and ATX12V 2.01 systems
Contents and Specifications
- Package Contents:
- TXM Series ATX Power Supply
- Power cord
- Modular cables
- 100mm floppy adapter
- Mounting screws
- Cable ties
- Corsair case badge
- User manual
- 80 PLUS Gold efficiency, delivering 90% energy efficiency at real world load conditions
- Active PFC with full range AC input (100-240 VAC)
- 120mm rifle bearing fan
- Engineered to meet maximum power output at a server-grade 50°C temperature rating
- Over-voltage protection, under-voltage protection, short circuit protection, over power protection, and over temperature protection provide maximum safety to your critical system components
- Safety and Agency Approvals: FCC, ICES, CE, UL, cUL, RCM, TÜV, CB, CCC, BSMI, EAC, RoHS, WEEE, KC
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|Item Dimensions||5.90 x 5.50 x 3.40 inches||12.40 x 6.12 x 8.19 inches||6.50 x 5.91 x 3.40 inches||6.30 x 5.90 x 3.40 inches||7.28 x 12.44 x 4.69 inches|
|Item Weight||3.70 lbs||3.97 lbs||6.00 lbs||3.86 lbs||3.31 lbs|
The CORSAIR TX-M Series power supplies give you extremely tight voltage regulation and a semi-modular cable set. With all Japanese 105 Degree capacitors, they're a great choice for high performance PCs where reliability is essential. 80 PLUS Gold efficiency reduces operating cost and excess heat and together with the rifle bearing fan yields virtually silent operation. Build without worry knowing you're backed by the CORSAIR 7-year warranty, technical support and customer service.
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I have to say it's a great item to have. I've only ever used Corsair for my PSU and they have never let me down. However, I was a bit bummed when I realized I had not purchased the FULLY modular one, but the semi modular one. I always recommend getting the fully modular one (that's where all of the cables are separate, easier for cable maintenance) but I will say that if you choose to not do full modular or mess up, like me, you won't be disappointed with this. The construction is solid, the cables are super nice, and they even print the model logo the correct side up when you face the fan downward (which you should always do with the exhaust fan) that way, the logo isn't upside down and looking funny.
As far as power, I think this is adequate enough for the type of build I have. My build is designed for gaming and video/photo rendering, so it can take up quite a bit of power. Luckily, with my previous knowledge of my last build, I was able to save a couple bucks by not going for too high of power. This is my build:
*Asus Maximus Hero IV Motherboard
*Intel Core i7 7700k (not overclocked at the moment)
*Asus GTX 1070 8GB ROG STRIX Graphics card (not overclocked at the moment)
*Corsair HV100i V2 AIO water cooler (super nice)
*Samsung 850 EVO 250GB 2.5 inch SATA SSD
*1 TB HDD (upgrading to more soon)
*Windows 10 Pro
I run high settings on my games: Battlefield 1, Rocket League (not that demanding), Assassin's Creed Origins, etc.
This power unit has NOT ONCE powered on it's fan, because it's not using that much. The estimated usage of my rig was around 350w and I look at PSUs that are about 20-30% higher than my anticipated wattage. Everyone has their own methods when choosing PSUs so there isn't one right way all the time. But, if you wanna save a couple bucks and still get a Gold certified PSU, this is a solid choice. I'll give this an A+
For those of you keeping track, the 2080 recommends at least a 650-watt power supply on its own. Mine is overclocked and at full power (2050 MHz) with max fan speed it draws roughly 285 watts. My overclocked i7-9700k draws about 175 watts at full power. Add these together and I’m drawing 460 watts for just the CPU and GPU alone which doesn’t leave a lot of headroom for efficiency loss, the Motherboard, CPU cooler, 3.5-inch hard drive or my seven 120 – 140 mm high-speed case/CPU fans. It all seemed like too much, but this Corsair TX650m pulled through for me! If I had to do it over again I’d probably get the 850-watt model just to be safe, but the TX650m definitely has got some punch and has exceeded my expectations. I can’t speak to longevity since its still new to me and have no idea what the noise level is since I have so many other fans which are significantly louder, but I highly recommend it to anyone with a similar setup.
I recommend this particular model gold rated power supply.
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With my JBL headphones on, I assumed it was some headphone crash or something and ignored it as my PC was working fine
Next night, when I was watching a youtube video I heard the loud sound again and so did my entire family and they came running to my room. Pc restarted once again 🥺
Guys to put it forth in other words, my PC crashed two times with a loud sound from PSU when there was absolutely minimal load. When I'm gaming the PC never crashed.
Also, the CPU switched off during a power outage even though I use a UPS (which was still switched on when there was a power cut)
You will find many people having the same issue with Corsair PSU. Please Please Please buy PSU from offline store.
I have filed for return now!!
It's super quiet, and works well.
There's only one real complaint I have about it. Someone made the bone-headed decision to make the SATA power supply cables not have their cables connect from the rear. This means that if you have a case that say.. mounts a hard drive with its bottom against a metal panel, YOU CAN'T PLUG IT INTO THE POWER CABLE!
Fortunately, you can unclip the back of the connector, and rewire it the other way, but that seems a bit extraneous to me and not something users should have to do. I've never in my life had a power supply that did this before. It seems like a pretty big oversight to me.