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2-Year DOP - PC Peripherals Planfrom AMT Warranty
- Includes 100% Parts and Labor coverage
- 5 Day Repair Guarantee on Depot Service
- Repair or Replacement Promise on Every Covered Product
- Contract Delivered by E-mail, Register and File Claims Online or by Phone
- Repair Plans are Fully Transferable at No Additional Cost
EVGA 650 GQ, 80+ Gold 650W, Semi Modular, EVGA ECO Mode, 5 Year Warranty, Power Supply 210-GQ-0650-V1
- EVGA 650 GQ - "Great Quality, Great Value"
- 80 PLUS Gold certified, with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads
- Fan Size / Bearing: 135mm Fluid Dynamic Bearing
- 5 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support
- 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)
- Operating Temperature: 0° to 50° C
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Introducing the latest in the EVGA power supply line-up; the GQ series. These power supplies take some of the best features from EVGA's award winning power supplies, like EVGA ECO fan mode for near silent operation, Japanese Capacitor Design and a highly efficient design, at an excellent value. These new power supplies are 80 Plus Gold rated and offer an outstanding 5 Year Warranty that's backed by world class EVGA support.
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Re-installed my old power supply and everything booted up just fine, fortunately none of my brand-new parts fried (hence me not giving 1 star).
It's likely that I just got a faulty unit, but I'd be careful if you're going to buy this one. I will say that I really like how the cables are all modular so you only need to plug in exactly the ones you're going to use. On the other hand, all the wires are black, which is pretty, but I'd prefer the standard color coding scheme where each wire's voltage is indicated by the color, it makes troubleshooting easier.
Will update when I hear back on the RMA process.
I will update this review once I receive some more information from EVGA.
I am using this in my latest home server build. It is powering my i5-7500 on an Asus Z270-G mATX motherboard, and 4 Seagate Ironwolf Pro 8TB 7200rpm hard drives. 550w is definitely more than I need but as this server can run for a week straight it was important to me to get a high quality and efficient PSU. Typically anything under 550w from most brands steps down a tier level when it comes to build quality, so this seemed to be the clear choice. This is also my third EVGA PSU and all have been running flawlessly. My 750 P2 is coming up on 2 years old and it has never missed a beat. So I knew this PSU would live up to my expectations.
Also, it is worth mentioning that this is a Tier 1 PSU, if you don’t know what PSU’s fall under a what tier level it is best to look it up. Basically, tier levels 1-5 tell you how well a PSU is made. 1 being the best quality PSU’s, and 5 being the worst. People often associate wattage and efficiency levels with how good a PSU is when that is in fact not true. A 1000w 80+ Gold or 80+ Platinum efficiency PSU can be made with cheap components that do not last. Many Gold and Platinum PSU’s are not classified as Tier 1 or even 2 PSU’s. So as always it is best to google this information when you are about to make a purchase decision. As a cheap made PSU can permanently damage your entire computer if it decides to quit on you. The Linus Tech Tip forums have good information on PSU Tiers, and JohnnyGuru is the industry leader at PSU testing, so checking for more information from those websites will greatly help you make an informed decision if you choose not to buy this PSU.
As for this PSU I have no complaints at all, I love the modularity, the A+ build quality, the great packaging, and the price of $109 I paid made this PSU a great deal! Even if you have to pay $20 more this PSU is worth it, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested!
One downside is that if you use unpainted screws the PSU will not turn on. I thought I had to RMA this power supply since it was DOA, however, taking it out of my case and using the Power Self-Tester included with it showed that it was functional. I replaced the unpainted screws from my old PSU and used the black-painted ones that came with the EVGA PSU and used those, and it worked.
Just make sure you use the screws provided with the PSU otherwise it may not function properly oddly enough.
The call into EVGA customer support was very pleasant. Had a wait time but it was worth it as the person I called spoke fluent English, so I'm assuming the call center is in the USA. Didn't have to deal with foreign accents and other shenanigans.
Also, can't complain with the 10-year warranty provided by EVGA for their XR and X series PSU's. Make certain to register it within 30 days though.