|Item model number||P1650GTS3X|
|Item Weight||4.4 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.5 x 5.9 x 3.4 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.5 x 5.9 x 3.38 inches|
XFX ATX12V/EPS12V 650W Power Supply P1-650G-TS3X
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- Type: ATX12V 2.31 & ESP12V 2.91
- Maximum Power: 650W
- Connectors: 1x 20+4pin Motherboard Connector, 1x 4+4pin ATX12V / EPS12V Connector, 1x 8pin EPS12V Connector, 4x 6 pin PCI-Express Connectors, 10x SATA Connectors, 4x Peripheral Connectors, 1x FDD Connector
- Cooling: 120mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing Fan
- Energy Efficiency: 80 PLUS Gold Certified
- 80+ Gold certified to deliver up to 90% efficiency or higher at normal load conditions
- XFX 5 Year Warranty
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From the manufacturer
|XFX TS 550w PSU||XFX TS 650w PSU||XFX TS 750w PSU|
|Dimensions (W x H x L)||152mm x 86mm x 140mm||152mm x 86mm x 140mm||152mm x 86mm x 140mm|
|Power||550 Watts||650 Watts||750 Watts|
|Crossfire & SLI Ready||✓||✓||✓|
|XFX Warranty||5 Years||5 Years||5 Years|
|EasyRail Plus Technology||✓||✓||✓|
XFX TS Series P1650GTS3X 650W 80 PLUS Gold ATX12V 2.31 & ESP12V 2.91 Power Supply w/ Active PFC
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I saved around 5 months for this monster silent PC, that Ive planned for a long long time. It includes silent fans and a silent (yet powerful) GPU. Every part of this PC was bought for both A.Quality and B.Almost no noise level. So, since Ive always bought from XFX and never had an issue I thought I would be safe this time.
Mistake. Because I didn't thought to read all the reviews I didn't knew about the issue with some units in which the interior fan starts to make clicking noises. We are talking that I'm running Far Cry 4 on Ultra and everything on my PC is smooth without a single sound, yet this *clicking sound* is louder than all my pc fans + gpu fans + cpu fan together. So if you are building a silent system, be wary that you might get one of the units with the clicking sound.
TL;DR: Some of the units have a clicking sound, mine is one, and my silent system is not a silent system because of it.
It's been 1 month and this unit is still rocking flawlessly.
Has plenty of power cables. 4 PCI-e 6-pins connector for dual graphic card (2 for each) and plenty of other slots for fans and other components.
I only have 1 graphic card right now, but this PSU is my smartest choice for a foundation for future upgrades without fear of power crashing.
Love it. 5*
I bought this during the week long Black Friday deals so I got this for just over $100 (after rebate)!
If you find this to be cheaper than the Corsair, just pull the trigger and have never look back. Just be sure that if you are mounting the psu on the floor of your full tower, think about where your 24pin MB and your 8 pin CPU power connections are located relative to the psu placement. Mid Tower owners shouldn't worry. YMMV!
Read up for a much more detailed review checkout jonnyguru.com and search for the review.
The fan is great all the wires are coated with a cover and there's enough PCI-E plugs to support 3 high powered video cards (Currently tested with a 5970 and a 6970 running together without a problem).
My rig is a
Phenom II x4 955 Deneb black edition
2x 7200rpm hard drives
1 optic drive
4 case fans
2 cpu fans (Cooler master Hyper 212 cooler)
The system is overclocked and the cards are running on full load without any power hiccups whatsoever, the PSU isn't even running hot at all. So far, it works wonderfully! I'm currently upgrading to a bigger case which will allow me to place a third card in it (i'll update and see if it can handle 3 high power cards on full load or not).
Cables are numerous and adequate but my configuration doesn't use a number of them and they're all piled up on the bottom of the case taking up room where there could be a 140mm fan or something.