|Item model number||120-GP-0650-X1|
|Item Weight||7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.69 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||6.69 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||February 9, 2018|
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EVGA SuperNOVA 120-GP-0650-X1, 650 G+, 80 Plus Gold 650W, Fully Modular, FDB Fan, 10 Year Warranty, Includes Power ON Self Tester, Power Supply
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|Output Wattage||650 Watts|
|Power Supply Design||Full Modular|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||6.69 x 5.91 x 3.35 inches|
|Item Weight||7 Pounds|
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- EVGA 650 G+ "The New Gold Standard for Performance and Value" quoted “We were promised Gold but this one did Platinum”
- 80 Plus Gold certified, with 90 percent (115VAC)/92 percent (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
- Fan Size/Bearing: 135 millimeter fluid dynamic bearing
- Heavy duty protections, including OVP, UVP, OCP, OPP, SCP, and OTP
- 10 year
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80 PLUS Gold , with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
Heavy-duty protections, including OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Under Voltage Protection), OCP (Over Current Protection), OPP (Over Power Protection), SCP (Short Circuit Protection), and OTP (Over Temperature Protection)
Whisper Silent with 135mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan
Fully Modular to reduce clutter and improve airflow
100% Japanese Capacitors ensure long-term reliability
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The EVGA Supernova G+ Power Supplies have arrived. Launched in May 2014, the EVGA Supernova G1power supplies have been among the longest-lasting and best-performing power supplies on the market. Despite only a few changes over the years, it's only fitting that these are due for an upgrade. Enter the G1+, the new and improved fully-modular power supply line-up from EVGA with an 80+ Gold Efficiency rating. Compared to the EVGA Supernova G1 power supplies, the G1+ are up to 20mm shorter, feature 100%Japanese capacitors, are up to 20% quieter, have much tighter 12v. load regulation, and have a superior fluid-dynamic bearing fan. Combining a full set of current, voltage, and temperature protections with EVGA's World Leading 10-Year , the EVGA Supernova G1+ power supplies set the new Gold standard for performance and value. Operating Temperature = 0 Degrees Celsius to 50 Degrees Celsius.
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The Bad: like an idiot, I hooked it up to my existing modular power supply cables because like an idiot, I assumed that all modular power supply cables are created to some standard such that they'd be interchangeable, and I didn't want to redo the cable management for my hard drives. SPOILER ALERT: it killed almost all my hard drives. NEARLY ALL of them. Thank GOD the unit I was replacing was only semi-modular, or this'd probably have killed my motherboard too. They DO, apparently, warn you not to do this, in teeny tiny eyestrain font red text in the manual, so I guess it's my fault for not RTFM. But the only survivor was my enterprise grade 12tb. Three NAS grade hard drives AND my boot SSD, all dead. This was a very expensive life lesson. Do not repeat my mistake. ALWAYS, ALWAYS RTFM. And PLEASE, for the LOVE OF DATA, check to make sure any cables you use will work right with any power supply you get. I lost decades worth of stuff that had no other backups. DO NOT BE ME.
Anyway assuming you don't doom yourself by being an idiot, it's a good power supply. Dinged a couple stars because I'm sad and bitter about losing every single college assignment I ever worked on and needing to redownload my entire video library because of something that really should be more widely known. Not sure why they're even allowed to call the things 'fully modular' if the cables aren't interchangeable. Bleh.
I have irrefutable proof that AT LEAST THREE major PSU brands on Amazon, Seasonic, Corsair and EVGA are selling cheaply made power supplies for higher prices than ever and none of which are robust enough to power a socket 478 motherboard.
#1 None come with 20 pin and 4 pin socket 478 MB cables anymore.
#2 when I get the 20 and 24 pin connectorsx and connect any of my socket 478 mbs to them, they
experience sudden PSU death without ever even coming on.
#3 a Corsair Customer service person claimed that Corsairs work with all PCs, but a Corsair technician said
that none of the current models work with socket 478 MBs and that PSU sudden death is a possibility.
#4 I just got a used older PSU for my socket 478 MB and its much heavier than the lightweight, more
expensive 24=8 pin-only new ones.
#5 Previous PSU's from a few years ago had both 20 +4 pin configs and 24+8, unlike today's lightweights
#6 Pentium 4 CPUs were notorious power consumers of something like 90 watts by themselves.
#7 if the previous points didn't clue the reader of this fact, here it is again condensed: All of the PSU
brands are hiding the fact that they've been selling ONLY cheap, lightweight PSUs that won't power
older PCs & charging about 30% more for today's cheap junk PSUs
EVGA missed it by THIS MUCH (The 10 year warranty BY 10 YEARS)! This Turkey PSU from this fly-by-night outfit came DOA out of the box and therefore is the first and last PSU of this brand I will ever buy.
Amazon doesn't have the ability to search by cables, so I found it in another website that cost more than Amazon, so I went for it. To buy just the cables for the TT 850W to be able to use it will cost 2/3 of the price of this EVGA PSU. That why I thought I may as well dump the TT and get it, since my old EVGA 650W is still running like a champ after 6 years on my old build, I trust it will serve my need well.
The PSU came today; upon plug in all the cables, the PC boots like it used to be.
The biggest selling point of the PSU was the 2 CPU and 4 PCIE connectors, at a great price that similar name brand sells over $100s. If you're looking for PSU around 600W, get this PSU, can't beat the versatility of the number of connectors!
I recently noticed that one of my gpu (power) leds came on, showing insufficient power.
Swapped out the cable for that connection, no change, only moving all other connections on the psu to the adjacent ports fixed, and since its repeatable i know its a psu issue, even that its not because of low/bad output or voltage regulation.
Another unit with same quality /output doesn't experience the issue, so nothing else is causing this.
So far it still works, but i won't risk damaging any components..
Evga offered to fix it, but cost for shipping gets me halfway to a brand new one, and expecting any repair/replacement will take at least 2-3 weeks, ill just replace it.
Compared to other gold rated units i installed in the past 20y, this had the shortest time until it failed.