Corsair cx650m installation

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Corsair CX650M

Specification

Weight

3.27kg

MTBF

100,000 hours

80 PLUS Certification Level

Bronze

Power

650 Watts

Zero RPM Fan Mode

No

Fan Bearing Technology

Sleeve

Fan size

120

Corsair Link Support

No

Continuous Output Rated Temperature (°C)

40°C

Dimensions

150mm x 86mm x 140mm

Modular

Semi

Cable Type

Low-Profile All Black

ATX Connector

1

EPS Connector

1

Floppy Connector

1

4-Pin Peripheral Connector

4

PCIe Connector

2

SATA Connector

6

Plug Type

NA

Warranty

5 Years

Note

***Features, Price and Specifications are subject to change without notice.

Performance, reliability, and the convenience of modular cabling for basic system upgrades

CX Series Modular power supply units are an excellent choice for basic system builds and desktop PC computer upgrades, offering high reliability, low noise, and the flexibility of modular cabling.

Low noise

80 PLUS Bronze certified efficiency and clever fan design allow for little or no detectable fan noise during regular operation.

Faster installation and better-looking builds

The modular cabling system lets you use only the cables you need. You get to save space and reduce clutter for a cleaner-looking build and improved airflow.

Reliable and compatible

CX Series Modular is built and tested to strict standards for trouble-free installation and smooth operation.

Good looks

The matte black finish, black-sleeved cables and black connectors help give your system a restrained, high-tech look.

Corsair engineering and quality control

Every Corsair power supply is designed by our California engineering team and built to our exact specifications. The same care that goes into the design and testing of our renowned high-power enthusiast power supplies also goes into the CX Series Modular, because you need confidence and reliability regardless of your build budget.

Modular cabling system

Since the peripheral power cables aren’t hard-wired to the power supply, you can connect only the cables you need for your exact configuration of PCI-E cards and storage devices. The rest of the cables stay in the box, and not in your PC’s case where they can add to the clutter and interfere with airflow.

Large-diameter, thermally controlled fan

Once you’ve installed a PSU, you shouldn’t have to think about it. Employing a thermally controlled fan makes the CX Series Modular quieter at idle, and the large diameter reduces noise even when you’re pushing your system hard.


Package contents

  • CX Series Modular ATX Power Supply
  • Modular cable pack

Compatibility

  • Auto-switching circuitry provides universal AC input from 100V – 240V
  • Supports ATX12V 2.4/2.3/2.2/2.01 and EPS12V 2.92 standards

Features

  • Up to 85% energy efficiency means less heat generation and lower energy bills
  • 0.99 Active Power Factor Correction provides clean and reliable power
  • Universal AC input from 90-264V
  • A dedicated single +12V rail offers maximum compatibility with the latest components
  • Over-voltage and over-power protection, under-voltage protection, and short circuit protection provide maximum safety to your critical system components
  • Extra long fully-sleeved cables support full tower chassis
  • ErP Lot 6 Compliant
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CORSAIR CX-M Series CX650M 650W 80 PLUS BRONZE Haswell Ready ATX12V & EPS12V Semi-Modular Power Supply CP-9020103-NA

Pros: Corsair, long to the game Semi-Modular 80 Plus Bronze CONTINUOUS Power 80 Plus Bronze rating means that the PSU is rated for at least 82% efficiency at 20% load, 85% at 50% load, and 82% at 100% load. Toll Free Phome support The main capacitor (the only one I could read) is rated to 105c Thermally controlled fan (keeps it quieter when idle) Extensive, Useful Corsair Supported and Visited Forum 5 Year Warranty. Not as long as 7 or 10 but still what else comes with a full 5 year warranty? Attractive Design All cables were long enough to easily connect in my mid tower case All connectors have firm (not overly tight) grip The case alignment (case screw holes matching PSU screw holes) is perfect No cheap psuedo velvet bag

Cons: I noticed that the 24 pin ATX connector had a bit of plastic covering part of the area that plugs to the motherboard. It was obviously just a bad extrusion job that got by inspectors...can you imagine that as a job...looking at thousands of connectors each day? I once bottled chlorine for a living so I know the mindlessness of such a job. The over extrusion looked as if it could easily be removed. Using my fingernail I was able to get under the lip. It was at this point the entire end of the pin plug area broke off. I imagine I could have "made it work" but had no interest in even trying. At the Corsair website I engaged in chat and was told to open a ticket and RMA. The RMA was somewhat easy. I had to call and let Corsair know that I didn't think it right that I should pay for return of their defective item. I previously sent in a picture of the bad connector. After a short moment on hold the rep came back and told me "as a one time courtesy" they would pay for the return shipping. I mentioned I didn't consider it a "courtesy" but rather an essential requirement. The time from my ship to their return was < two weeks. When I talked with support and told them that while filling out their RMA form there was no selection available for the CX650M they said.. Huh? But the rep tried it out and verified. I was told it would be fixed I downloaded the corsair-psu-spec-table-091813.pdf The 091813 designation to means indicates the last update. The CX650M is not on the pdf. One spec caught my eye...Continuous output rated temperature....even though the CX650M is not listed the CX750M is and continous power is listed only up to 30 degress C. That seems low. I doubt the CX650M has a higher spec. but it might. No doubt budget components(capacitors, safety circuitry, thinner gauge wiring went into this "enthusiast on a budget" PSU. Not silent, but the noise it does make is not annoying. While in BIOS, in a silent room it is quite audible. AFter Win 8.1 boots I can't hear it. When gaming (no sound) I can hear the CX650M but still not annoying. Budget, Plastic Zip ties...hate 'em.

Overall Review: A meaningful non-professional PSU review may seem a daunting task. I'm not going to take the CX650M apart so you can see the insides, I'm not going to waste time writing about how it was packaged and I don't have the gear to measure much of the published specifications. Most of the pro reviews do that and it may be of primary importance to some, just not me. It was about 15 years ago when I started hanging around the MSI forum. Almost without fail when some guy was having a problem the first question asked by the moderators was along the lines of "What's your PSU" or "How many Amps on the +12V rail". Before that time it was not generally known by the masses how essential good power is. Now, almost everyone knows, even the guys that don't really know anything, but want to. Go to almost any forum...game or tech...and one of the first "helpful" replies to any question will be asking..."What's your PSU?" Even more importantly the vendors better understand...if they want to stand out or not be panned... they better make a solid PSU. Corsair has a long history of being considered a top tier PSU provider but that doesn't mean all their PSU's are top of the line. In the Corsair 650 Watt category Newegg displays six PSU's ranging in price from $80 for the CX650M to $120 for the RM650i. This leads to the obvious conclusion that the RM650i has features and components that are better (producing more of the desired effect) then the CX650M. This doesn't mean the CX650M is a bad PSU. It means it is a budget PSU. Which means it has to be evaluated and reviewed for it's designed purpose. Years ago I built a computer for my mother in law. She needed a system to play Solitaire, surf and do e-mail. If I was to build her a system today this is all the PSU i would require. If you are considering the CX650M PSU for purchase first you need to decide if it is more PSU or not enough PSU for your system. I recommend you calculate your PSU needs. Newegg has a simple and effective PSU calculator. I suggest you start there. I calculated my need as about 350 watts I installed the CX650M in my second system: Intel Pentium G3258 MSI H81M-E34 (MS-7817) micro ATX 2 sticks 8 gigs PC3-12800 RAM MSI Radeon R7 265/HD 7850 1 PCIe WLAN 2 SSD's 1 7200 RPM HD 1 DVD burner 3 120mm fans with LED's Midtower Zalman ZM-Z9 U3 Case (Nice case for a mATX board) There is no doubt that this qualifies as a budget system. What better way to test a budget PSU? I use the system to evaluate new software and play older games. All the CX650M voltages were within +/- 5% of the stated voltage. I determined this with my budget PSU tester. The CX650M is semi-modular, the only cables permanently attached are the 24 pin ATX and the 8 pin ATX12V. AFter owning full modular PSU's it is hard to be satisfied with semi but everyone needs the 24 pin and the 8 pin so the only drawback I can see is for cleaning. If you want to take your PSU out of the case you have to detach and unsnake two cables. With full modular - none. All the other cables are flat, decidedly better then having them sheathed IMO though it is a personal choice. Sheathed cables are ugly and more difficult to manipulate. Flat cables make for a cleaner look. Looking at the CX650M cables I imagine a guy could even split them lengthwise. The box states "enthusiast on a budget". I am not at all sure just how Corsair defines enthusiast but I am going tp speculate that enthusiasts include gamers I used it everyday for a week to surf and spent several hours playing Far Cry 2, Brutal Doom, Deadspace 2, GTA SA and Doom 3. The system never froze, crashed or shutdown at anytime before, during of after gameplay. I would be hesitant to run much more of a system then I have or more demanding games and feel completely comfortable with the CX650M I would not however SLI or Crossfire this PSU. I am very pleased with the 24 pin ATX mobo connection and the 4 pin ATX12V. The CX650M connectors are a solid easy fit and snap. Taking it off didn't leave painful depressions in my fingertips. Thank you Corsair, for that. Corsair terms the CX series as intermediate, I concur and recommend this PSU for light gaming in a budget system.

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Corsair CX650M Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply

Performance, reliability, and the convenience of modular cabling for basic system upgrades

CX Series Modular power supply units are an excellent choice for basic system builds and desktop PC computer upgrades, offering high reliability, low noise, and the flexibility of modular cabling.

Low noise

80 PLUS Bronze certified efficiency and clever fan design allow for little or no detectable fan noise during regular operation.

Faster installation and better-looking builds

The modular cabling system lets you use only the cables you need. You get to save space and reduce clutter for a cleaner-looking build and improved airflow.

Reliable and compatible

CX Series Modular is built and tested to strict standards for trouble-free installation and smooth operation.

Good looks

The matte black finish, black-sleeved cables and black connectors help give your system a restrained, high-tech look.

Corsair engineering and quality control

Every Corsair power supply is designed by our California engineering team and built to our exact specifications. The same care that goes into the design and testing of our renowned high-power enthusiast power supplies also goes into the CX Series Modular, because you need confidence and reliability regardless of your build budget.

Modular cabling system

Since the peripheral power cables aren't hard-wired to the power supply, you can connect only the cables you need for your exact configuration of PCI-E cards and storage devices. The rest of the cables stay in the box, and not in your PC's case where they can add to the clutter and interfere with airflow.

Large-diameter, thermally controlled fan

Once you've installed a PSU, you shouldn't have to think about it. Employing a thermally controlled fan makes the CX Series Modular quieter at idle, and the large diameter reduces noise even when you're pushing your system hard.

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Corsair CX650m 650 Watt 80 Plus Bronze PSU Power supply unboxing and installation on PC

Corsair CX650M 650W 80Plus Bronze Semi-Modular Power Supply

Product Description

CORSAIR CX-M Series CX650M - 2015 Edition - power supply - 650 Watt

Device Type

Power supply - active Power Factor Correction (PFC) - internal

Specification Compliance

ATX12V 2.4/ EPS12V 2.92

80 PLUS Certification

80 PLUS Bronze

Input Voltage

AC 100-240 V

Output Voltage

+3.3, +5, ±12 V

Output connectors

1 x power 24 pin ATX with detachable 4 pin section1 x power 8 pin EPS12V with detachable 4 pin ATX12V section2 x 8 pin PCI Express power with detachable 2 pin section4 x 4 PIN internal power6 x 15 pin Serial ATA power1 x 4 PIN mini-power connector

Dimensions (WxDxH)

15 cm x 14 cm x 8.6 cm

Manufacturer Warranty

5-year warranty

Frequency Required

47 - 63 Hz

Power Output Connectors Details

1 x power 24 pin ATX with detachable 4 pin section1 x power 8 pin EPS12V with detachable 4 pin ATX12V section2 x 8 pin PCI Express power with detachable 2 pin section4 x 4 PIN internal power6 x 15 pin Serial ATA power1 x 4 PIN mini-power connector

Output Current

+3.3V - 25 A+5V - 25 A+12V - 54 A-12V - 0.8 A+5VSB - 3 A

Modular Cable Management

Yes

Features

Sleeved cables, over voltage protection, overpower protection, undervoltage protection, short-circuit protection, single 12V rail, temperature controlled fan, semi-modular

Compliant Standards

TUV, BSMI, CB, CCC, FCC, RoHS, WEEE, ICES, cTUVus, Energy-Related Products (ErP) Lot 6, KC, China RoHS, RCM, CU-TR

Service & Support

Limited warranty - 5 years

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Installation corsair cx650m

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