|Item model number||120-PG-0650-GR|
|Item Weight||7.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.1 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.1 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
EVGA SuperNOVA NEX650G 80PLUS Gold Certified ATX12V/EPS12V 650W Power Supply 120-PG-0650-GR
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- 80PLUS Gold Certified, with up to 90% efficiency under typical loads
- Highest quality Japanese brand capacitors ensure long-term reliability
- Fully Modular Design to reduce clutter and improve airflow
- Quiet 2-ball Bearing Fan for near-silent operation
- High Amperage Multi-Rail Design for maximum power and efficiency
- 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)
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The handle on the back is a mystery to some. As a feature for making it stand out from the slew of other power supply images you're confronted with while shopping, it's successful. But it has its practical purposes, too. I found, while installing it, that the shelf in my (mid-tower) ATX case was quite short, and this PSU is longer than my previous one, which - since it's pretty heavy - made it tip forward and in. Had it not been for the handle, it would have been very difficult to hold the PSU in place flush against the case while I installed it. Once installed, the handle doesn't have much other use. However, it looks cool, and I keep my digital camera's USB cable draped over it for when it's needed (I was always misplacing that thing before).
I can't speak for the longevity of this unit yet, but it seems sturdy with a nice big fan, a decedent textured finish, and the modular feature is fantastic! I don't need most of the extra included cables at this time, so I have ended up with an almost entirely clutter-free case. Lovely!
An extra star for presentation!Read more ›
-Cables looks VERY clean
-80+ GOLD, WOW
-I have a few a evga products and the customer service is very good
-5 year warranty(most psu's dont have that)
-packaging was pretty fancy and organized, the unit came in its own fancy soft case....cables were folded.
-I also like the handle, pretty sturdy
Overall, I am VERY satisfied with this power supply, I've had other power supplies from within its price range
and it blows all of them away.
You get a lot of quality and features for the money.
EVGA Z77 FTW motherboard
i5 3570k (stock clock)
XFX Radeon 6870
EVGA superclock cooler
Corsair 650d case
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EVGA nex650g power supply
8gb Corsair vengeance ram @ 2133mhz
Instead, I wanted to comment on the whole package of the product. I've bought many a power supply and maybe I've just not spent enough in the past, but opening this blew me away. The packaging is of the highest quality, the cabling is all very well done. It even came with a carrying bag (okay that is overboard).
It is essentially silent, my entire system is so this has yet to make me notice it, even when gaming.
This is completely modular. Most "modular" power supplies still have hard-wired ATX connections. You can argue that you can't run a computer without them so they might as well be hard-wired. I disagree. Case in point: the "modular" power supply that I had bought before was defective, but I didn't know until after I had completely assembled the system and routed all of the cabling neatly. If that power supply had been truly modular I could have pulled it out and replaced it without tearing all of the cabling out and I would still be using that model today. But after going through all of that again there was no way I wasn't putting in a truly modular PS.
I think the only negative comment I have, and a lot of people share this, is that the handle built into it is kind of silly and depending on your case configuration it can make it a little difficult to install where there is already a motherboard in place. That was the case with me, but it was not impossible. Once installed I admit it is kind of convenient for moving the system in certain circumstances but ultimately I would not have designed it with a handle.
In the end, you can probably get similar wattage for less money but this one checks all of the right boxes and I totally recommend it.
I do apologize for any issues you are having, the operation of the fan on your power supply is not normal. I would recommend contacting your support team and requesting a RMA. All replacements are tested prior to shipment to ensure it this issue won't happen again. Please contact us at 888.881.3842 option 1 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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A couple years ago while building a computer, I came across this power supply. I wanted something that was fully modular so that only the wires I needed would be in the case, and... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Peter Miller
Not a very high quality PSU but it works. I had to remove the back handle. It's not something you can use on a regular tower. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alex
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Bought it 9 months ago through Amazon and stopped working TODAY, also it's LOUD and i can hear the FANPublished 17 months ago by Hussein Mahfouz
A few power surges and I had to RM it. It was well above what my computer required and behind a surge protector. Got a Corsair RM 750 and haven't had problems since.Published 17 months ago by Steve Henderson
One year in, and this beast of a power source has performed excellently. For a power supply, its kinda sexy.Published 17 months ago by Dr Franklin
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Had to get an RMA as the first's fan started making noise, but the second is going strong.Published 20 months ago by Wesley Alvaro