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BitFenix Fury 650W Gold Modular Review

Rating: 7.5.

Bitfenix have earned a strong reputation in enthusiast circles thanks to their wide range of quality case designs. In the efforts to diversify their portfolio they recently launched a power supply range – dubbed the ‘Fury’. Available in three capacities – we look at the mid model today – the Fury 650W. These semi modular power supplies have all achieved 80 Plus Gold Certification and are competitively priced. One of the main talking points is actually the individually sleeved cabling, eye catching at this price point.
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There is no doubt the Bitfenix Fury range of power supplies are designed to target the mass market of enthusiast users. We all love to read about the latest and greatest 1,500 watt power supplies, but very few of us with a single graphics card will ever need greater than a 650 watt power supply.


  • Built by FSP, Designed by BitFenix.
  • MTBF: 100,000 hours.
  • Efficiency Rating: 80Plus Gold.
  • PF Correction: Active.
  • Protection Features: Over Voltage / Under Voltage / Over Current / Short Circuit / Over Temperature / Over Power.
  • Safety Approvals: CB / TUV / ULOR CUL / BSMI.
  • 3.3v: 26A.
  • 5v: 26A.
  • 12v: 50A.
  • Total Power: 650W.
  • Warranty: 5yr.

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