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Corsair RM650 Power Supply review

The Corsair RM650 is an attractive power supply, finished in plain black with white and yellow product branding on the sides.
The large 135mm fan can be seen behind the grill – we will take a closer look at this later in the review.

The unit passed our ‘screwdriver’ stress test, which involves running a Philip’s head driver down the side of the chassis with weak to modest pressure. How often have you accidentally hit a power supply with some tools during a system build phase?
One side of the power supply is vented to help with air flow. At the side is a power switch and connector. The company attach a little sticker to explain the ‘silent operation’ at ‘low to moderate loads’.
The modular panel resides on the other side of the chassis and is clearly labelled to help ensure the installation phase is as painless as possible. There is also a CLINK connector here if you want to use the Corsair software.

Corsair RM650 Power Supply
DC Output
Max Output
Total Power 130W 650W 9.6W 15W

The single 12V rail can deliver 54A. Both +3.3V and +5V output can deliver 25A.

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