600W Corsair Builder Series CX600M 80PLUS Bronze Modular Power Supply
CX Seriesâ„˘ Modular power supply units are an excellent choice for basic system builds and desktop PC computer upgrades, offering high reliability, low noise, easy installation.
Compatible with the new Intel 4th Generation Haswell Processors.
0x 4-Pin CPU +12V Power (Motherboard power)
1x 8-Pin (4+4-Pin) CPU +12V Power (Motherboard power)
6x SATA Power (HDD/SSDs, Optical Drives)
4x 4-Pin Molex Power (Fans, old HDDs, Water-Cooling Pumps)
1x FDD Power (Old Floppy, Soundcards or other add-on expansion cards)
0x 6-Pin PCI-e Power (Graphics Cards)
2x 8-Pin (6+2-Pin) PCI-e Power (Graphics Cards)
CX Seriesâ„˘ Modular power supply units are an excellent choice for basic system builds and desktop PC computer upgrades, offering high reliability, low noise, easy installation. The flexible modular cabling system lets you use only the cables you need, and 80 PLUS Bronze certified efficiency means less excess heat, lower noise, and lower power bills. The large-diameter, thermally controlled fan makes the CX Series Modular quieter at idle, and the large diameter reduces noise even when youâ€™re pushing your system hard. And, the matte black finish, black-sleeved cables and black connectors help give your system a restrained, high-tech look.
- Modular cabling system lets you use only the cables you need
- Built and tested to strict standards for trouble-free installation and smooth operation
- 80 PLUS Bronze certified efficiency for low noise and lower power bills
- 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.
- It supports the latest ATX12V v2.3 standard and is backward compatible with ATX12V 2.2 and ATX12V 2.01 systems.
- ErP Lot 6 Compliant
- A three year warranty and lifetime access to CorsairÂˇÂ¦s legendary technical support and customer service.
|Warranty Type||Direct with Manufacturer|
|Warranty Period (yrs)||3|
|4-Pin MOLEX Adapters||4|
|CPU Power Adaptor||4|
Comments, Questions & Reviews:
Replacement? by Erik
I was wondering if this is a good replacement and upgrade to the 500W - EVGA 80+ White Rated Power Supply. Also, if all the components are compatible with the 500W - EVGA 80+ White Rated Power Supply, will they also be compatible with this? Thanks!
Yes this would be a good replacement to the 500W EVGA, it will be compatible with everything the 500W was.
Which PSU should I buy? by DAVE1989
My build specs are:
GIGABYTE 78LMT-USB3 Motherboard
NVIDIA GTX 770 2GB Graphics card
AMD Piledriver FX 4300 CPU
Small CPU Water-Cooler
My build will also have a SSD for OS and programmes and 2x 500GB hard drives. Not fussed about lighting or anything, just wanting a good priced PSU that can run all those and maybe have a little left over for future graphics card upgrade but that is not essential as I have heard the GTX 770 will run GTA5 on high easily. Looking to spend about 55 or less if I can.
This PSU will be absolutely fine for your current items and any future upgrades.
Question by Martial
I saw in the picture that this PSU only has four slots to put cables in. I know that the 24pin motherboard and the 8 pin CPU are already in, but with only four other slots will I be able to connect everything I need? I have a GTX 970 that requires a pci-e 6 pin and a pci-e 8 pin, also I have a hard disk that needs a SATA and a DVD-Drive that needs another SATA.
Will I be able to connect all of the cables I need to the PSU?
Your are correct in that there are 4 ports for the modular cables and the 24pin and 8pin are already attached, here's a breakdown of how the other cables will work:
1 port on the PSU is for PCI-E cables, 1 cable will have 2x 8 (6+2) PCI-E cables.
The other 3 ports are 'Peripheral Ports' these are for your SATA or Molex cables, with both the molex and SATA cables you will have about 3 connectors.
So you will have more than enough cables with this PSU.
Hope this cleared things up.
Question by dylan
will this power supply be fit for a GTX 980, intel i5-4690k, 1tb wester digital blue, 5oogb samsumsung ssd, msi gaming 7 mother board, and 32gb of hyperX ram
This should be fine.
Compatibility by Scottie224
So I have my PC which I want to upgrade. My specs below:
Intel Core I5-3470 Processor (3.20GHZ, 6MB Cache, Socket 1155) (Stock cooler)
Zeppelin PC Memory (8GB RAM) - DIMM DDR3 1333Mhz (PC3-10600) CL9 (Single channel)
Palit GeForce GTX 650 Ti (2GB GDDR5, PCI Express 3.0, Mini HDMI, DVI, VGA, Kepler GPU Architecture
CIT VANTAGE RED DESKTOP PC GAMING TOWER CASE
Crucial CT128M550SSD1 128GB M550 SATA 6Gb/s 2.5 Inch Internal Solid State Drive
Seagate ST1000DM003 Barracuda 1TB 3.5 inch Hard Drive
Asus P8H61-M LX3 PLUS R2.0 Motherboard (Socket 1155, Intel H61, DDR3, SATA 300, Micro ATX, 4 x USB 2.0, 1 x PCI Express 3.0)
Alpine 700W Black PC Power Supply With Red 120mm Fan:
I want to replace the GTX650TI with an MSI GTX970 Gaming 4GB which I have just purchased. After looking at some reviews of the PSU I've read that it is unreliable and risky to continue using it. I can't use it for the GTX970 anyway as the PSU only has a single 6 pin connector and the 970 requires a 6 pin and 8 pin connector. Would this PSU be suitable?
Any advice would be appreciated!
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