|Item model number||Hive-650S|
|Item Weight||5.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.3 x 5.91 x 3.39 inches|
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Rosewill ATX 12V 650-Watt 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Power Supply Hive-650
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- The Rosewill HIVE-650 power supply delivers continuous 650W 40°C of safe, reliable output for your computer systems
- 80 Plus Bronze Certified
- Silent Cooling
- Modular Design
- Mesh sleeving on all cables for easier cable routing and better ventilation
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Overall very solid purchase, would highly recomend.
incredible video and surround sound without so much as a hiccup to this power supply. The cooling fan is large and does a very good job keeping the computer PSU cool, Plan to use this PSU again in another build.
Sure enough, it fried all my SATA perifierials. My hard drive, blu-ray burner, and dvd drive are now all dead. If Rosewill does not cover the cost of my lost peripherals, then I'm pretty sure I'm never buying a Rosewill PSU ever again. I will update this review depending on their course of action.
UPDATE 11/17/2014: Rosewill representatives are refusing to reimburse me for the devices that have been fried. They are claiming since they do not see very obvious scorch marks from the pictures I sent them that they will only replace the defective PSU. The other parts are worth 2 times more than the power supply unit, and frankly I don't want a replacement Rosewill PSU after this fiasco. So this means I'm out $150 to replace the hard drive and optical drives that were destroyed.
So, buyer beware. If the PSU destroys your components, even within warranty period, Rosewill will NOT reimburse you for your loss.
-Semi-modular. Use only the cables you need and avoid clutter.
-80-plus bronze. In my research before buying a PSU, 80-plus bronze seems to be the sweet spot where you get the most bang for your buck (or at least I did with my personal application). As you climb the 80-plus rankings, efficiency goes up, but cost goes up even more. Lower than 80-plus bronze, wasted power could cost you more money in the long run than upgrading the PSU to a more efficient unit.
-Very quiet, as in I can't even tell it's there. Unless you have an otherwise silent rig, there is no way you will hear this PSU over your other components.
-The cables, while having a very handy flat form factor, are a little stiff for my taste.
-SLI/Crossfire is probably not happening with this unit. Only 2x 6+2 PCI pins. I don't think there would be a problem with linking up two GPUs that only require one 6+2 connector, but I would venture to guess that most people interested in running a dual GPU setup are running power hungry cards. Overall, if you want to run dual GPUs, I wouldn't recommend this PSU.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this is Not the Hive-650 it is the Hive-650S witch is the newer models from reviews I read are not as well made pictures and description are for the 650 not the 650S. Read morePublished 5 days ago by kenneth nodal
This was used in a build for my cousin and I still have not heard of any complaints as of yetPublished 2 months ago by Vonmahr
Power supply is dead as a rock. Our account says this product is no longer able to be returned by us. What can we do to resolve this?Published 4 months ago by Rebecca Richardson