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Cooler master g650m 650w PSU good?

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March 8, 2014 8:40:59 AM

The coolermaster g650m psu 80+ bronze is on sale in my country.
I need to know. does it have any bad electronic clicking/noise?
It is about ½ the price of the rm650 from corsair 80+ gold. (I do not currently have any of these, but will be buying one soon). It would be a nice price boost for my gpu.

So - Is it good or bad? Does anyone have it and can they tell if it makes weird noises like corsair cx series?
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March 14, 2014 9:50:12 AM

Here is a link to the PSU:
http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=w...
Just from looking a the numbers, it looks like a good one. I also sent a link telling what to look for in a PSU. You'll learn a lot in choosing the right PSU for you.
What to look for in a power supply
One of the most frequently asked questions when building a computer or changing /upgrading components is "how much do I need for a PSU". Without knowing what your components will draw as a whole and what you currently have for a power supply you can... See full content
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March 14, 2014 9:54:38 AM

I will also say that I own a Corsair AX860i. Granted, it costs just over 200 US dollars, but to me it is worth it. It is fully digital (meaning that it has VERY tight voltage regulation to every component. To date, it's the only digital PSU on the market). It comes with Corsair Link, a software program giving you the ability to see and manage in live, real time all the performance numbers. It is platinum rated, meaning that it's the most efficient PSU on the market. And to top it off, it has a 7 year warranty. A 7 year warranty may as well be called a lifetime warranty because NO ONE keeps the same rig for 7 years. A 7 year old computer is a dinosaur and should be shot. LOL
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March 15, 2014 4:45:32 AM

I dont want to spend too much on a psu. The g650m had a sale, now up at normal price. should i go for corsair RM series? I want modular and silent operation. Dont care too much about efficiency as long as its silent.

I feel like the rm series is a bit expensive, but a step down in price from ax series.
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March 15, 2014 8:00:22 AM

FunkyFeatures said:
I dont want to spend too much on a psu. The g650m had a sale, now up at normal price. should i go for corsair RM series? I want modular and silent operation. Dont care too much about efficiency as long as its silent.

I feel like the rm series is a bit expensive, but a step down in price from ax series.


The RM series is respectable. It would make for a good PSU.
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March 15, 2014 11:58:44 AM

Just waiting for rm series to get on sale then. Thx
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March 15, 2014 12:00:14 PM

FunkyFeatures said:
Just waiting for rm series to get on sale then. Thx


No worries, m8
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March 15, 2014 12:00:39 PM

Wont let me pick answer on phone. Will do when i get on my pc
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March 15, 2014 12:01:48 PM

FunkyFeatures said:
Wont let me pick answer on phone. Will do when i get on my pc


LOL Ok. Thank you! :) 
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