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    Default BitFenix Fury 650G Power Supply Review

    Innovation is the name of the game; if you want to keep your product line relevant and interesting then you need to mix things up a bit and give people a reason to be genuinely excited about choosing a part from your repertoire. In the world of power supplies, this innovation is coming slowly but surely as manufacturers determine how to better serve their PC enthusiast community with products that make their jobs a little bit easier and their builds a little more awesome.BitFenix opted to take the road less traveled with this, their first-ever power supply. They took a solid, stable 80 Plus Gold certified platform using all Japanese top shelf capacitors, then sleeved every single cable for you right out of the box. The name is somehow ironic to us, as they call it the BitFenix Fury, yet this power supply is poised to be anything BUT infuriating. Having well sleeved cables with a myriad of connector options and varying wattage ratings for your individual computing needs, could this be part of your next build? No spoilers yet on what we think of it, so let's read on.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Fury 650G Power Supply Review

    Nice review Mike. Solid entry in the PSU market by Bitfenix. Semi Modular and fully sleeved is nice.
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    Default Re: BitFenix Fury 650G Power Supply Review

    Nice job Mike. Not a bad psu.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Fury 650G Power Supply Review

    good review Mike
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    Default Re: BitFenix Fury 650G Power Supply Review

    Great Review Mike of a nice PSU thanks for posting

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    Default Re: BitFenix Fury 650G Power Supply Review

    Good review Mike, nice PSU (like individually sleeved cables), a bit pricey comparing with other 650W PSU (Lepa Gold 650W $129.95, Thermaltake TPG-0650M Toughpower Grand 650W $115.99, Antec Earthwatts EA-650 Platinum 650W $119.99, Corsair 650HX $139.99, Fractal Design Integra R2 Series 650W $80, Lian Li Maxima Force Series Extreme 650 $57.48 (promotion), Silverstone Olympia 650 $65 (promotion), Silverstone Strider Gold Series 650W $134.95), all prices from Performance PCs.

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    Default Re: BitFenix Fury 650G Power Supply Review

    Great job on the review
    Considering the quality of the PSU and the cables, its a great PSU at a good price

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