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Speedy885

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#295966 9-May-2022 21:39
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Hey,

 

 

After one of these, everyone seems to be out of stock and no, not particularly interested in any other model. Does anyone have a barely used (or perhaps new?) one they will part ways with?

 

 

Thanks

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  #2912091 10-May-2022 00:40
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I note you say no other model but I do have something similar laying around - it is a Cooler Master MWE Gold 650W power supply (https://www.coolermaster.com/catalog/power-supplies/mwe-series/mwe-gold-650-full-modular/) if that at-all interests you. This has seen only perhaps half a years use.

 

Looking at around $100 shipped.

 

 





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  #2912442 10-May-2022 17:52
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Thankyou for your offer. One of the main selling points of the Corsair is the silent operation up to a certain point. I have also had a 650W modular Corsair in my Desktop for the best part of 12 years now so im hoping they have kept their QC at the Factory on par with all those years ago.

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  #2912497 10-May-2022 21:39
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Yeah very similar - the Cooler Master does this too I believe or just spins the fan at a very low RPM. My PC was built where it had to be silent and this PSU actually was basically silent too.





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