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S12II 520W Vs. 620W

Wouldn't you know it...I pull the trigger on a 520W S12II on Fri for $74.99 and today the 620W is $69.99 with a 15% discount. Too bad the 520W has already shipped...
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  1. Rugger said:
    Wouldn't you know it...I pull the trigger on a 520W S12II on Fri for $74.99 and today the 620W is $69.99 with a 15% discount. Too bad the 520W has already shipped...


    Buy the 620W and return the smaller one as soon as you receive it?
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    Always ends up working that way.
  3. Between $10-15 for shipping and $7 for restocking means there is no monetary advanctage to doing it. System:
    Intel BOXDH67CLB3
    Core I3 2120
    HiS 6950 1GB
    Crucial 2x4GB
    1xSSD, 1xHDD, 1 DVD/RW
    Couple of case fans
    Corsair H80

    Don't plan on OCing or CF/SLI so the 520W is more than powerful enough to run my rig. I'd get another 100W, but the difference in efficiency at the load levels i'll be at are minimal. Would the 620W be sweet...yes. Do I really need it...maybe no.
  4. can you refuse delivery, do you have some kind of distant selling regulations?
  5. The PSU is in the same package as the mobo, CPU, and RAM...i would have to refuse all IOT refuse the PSU...
  6. No distant selling regulations that I'm aware of...buying from Newegg.
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