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600W EVGA 600B, 85% Eff', 80+ Bronze Quiet Power Supply - PSU

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100-B1-0600-KR - 600W EVGA 600B, 85% Eff', 80PLUS Bronze 120mm Quiet Fan Single Rail, EPS 12V, Fan, ATX, PSU

This item is currently discontinued and at present, we have no replacement on order.
Quickcode: 59660  
Stock code: POW-TO650-100-B1-060
Manuf. code: 100-B1-0600-KR
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With price and performance in mind, the EVGA 600B is the best value power supply for your next build on a budget. With 80 Plus Bronze standard, over 80% efficiency under typical loads, the EVGA 600B is a great choice. Combining 600W of continuous power and Single +12V high AMP rail design, gain maximum power and efficiency while staying protected with a series of over volter-over current protections all bundled into one!

• Exceptional 3 Year Warranty and Unparalleled EVGA Customer Support • 80PLUS Bronze Certified, with up to 85% efficiency under typical loads • High Amperage Single-Rail Design for maximum power and efficiency • Trust EVGA to label all of our power supplies in Continuous Power, the steady power a PSU can output contrinuously, rather than the amount delivered at it's shirt-lived peak • A Single +12V rail offers the best power output, rail stability and compatibility with the latest hardware • With an exceptional 3 year warranty and EVGA's legendary customer support, you can rest easy knowing that you've got the best protection in the industry

Manufacturer: EVGA
Size: ATX
Wattage: 600 W
80 PLUS Certification: 80 PLUS Bronze
Max. Efficiency: 85 %
ErP / EuP Ready: Yes
Haswell Ready (Supports C6/C7 Power States): Yes
Modular: No
Cooling: Fan
Fanless: No
SLI/CrossFire: No
Fans: 1 x 120mm
EPS 12V: Yes
Internal +12V Rails: Single Rail Motherboard Connector: 20+4 Pin
Rail 1 +12V: 49 A Connectors: 1 x 4+4pin CPU +12V
3 x 4pin Molex
2 x 6+2pin PCI-E Power
1 x FDD Power
6 x SATA Power
Dimensions: 150 x 85 x 140 (WxHxD)

Warranty Information:

Manufacturer evga
Warranty Type Direct with Manufacturer
Manufacturer Website
Warranty Period (yrs)3
PSU Wattage600
SATA Adapters6
4-Pin MOLEX Adapters3
CPU Power Adaptor4+4

Comments, Questions & Reviews:

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Question  Would this system work fine? by Jonathan

Hi will this system work fine or do I need a different PSU?

Processor: AMD FX-6300 3.50GHz (4.10GHz Turbo) 6x Core CPU
Graphics: Zotac GTX 970 Amp! Extreme CORE Edition Graphics Card 4GB
Hard Drive: 1TB Seagate Barracuda SATA III Hard Drive
Memory: 8GB (2x4096MB) 1600MHz DDR3 (32GB Max. Supported)
Optical Drive: 24x LiteOn Internal DVD Re-Writer
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-970A-UD3P ATX Motherboard
PSU: EVGA 500W 80+ Power Supply
Case: BitFenix Comrade Midi - Tower (Black)
Cooler: AMD Stock CPU Cooler
HD Audio: Onboard High Definition Audio

Many Thanks


Answer by shaund on Tuesday, December 15, 2015
Hi Jonathan,

Yes those items will be compatible, I would potentially go for a 600W PSU however to give your system a bit more space for power.

if i change my cpu by eddie

#56227 CPU
#55956 RAM
#60578 LIGHTS
#61340 2 FANS
#59660 PSU
#59964 Case
#53312 Optical Drive
#63688 Wifi if there is better, tell me
#48501 Hard Drive

so if i change my cpu to AMD FX 8350 every thing would be alright?

thank you for answering

Response by shaund
Hi Eddie,

Pretty much! I would still recommend looking for a wider case however, the stock AMD coolers can be a bit loud and if you ever plan to put an aftermarket one in there you might run into problems, the Spec-03 is basically the same case as the Spec-01 but wider, which will allow for bigger coolers.

Question  would this work by eddie

Hey, Is this system compatible?

#56227 CPU
#55956 RAM
#60578 LIGHTS
#61340 2 FANS
#59660 PSU
#59964 Case
#53312 Optical Drive
#63688 Wifi if there is better, tell me
#48501 Hard Drive

If they are not compatible any suggestions?

Answer by shaund on Wednesday, October 28, 2015
Hi Eddie,

There are a couple of issues with that build:

CPU: For this chip you will need to update the BIOS on whichever 990fx motherboard you purchase, you will also need a high spec CPU cooler such as the be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 3 or the Corsair H80i to keep the chip stable. Another option would be to get the AMD FX-8350 which is a far more stable chip that ships with a stock heatsink and fan.

Case: If you were still planning on purchasing the FX-9590 and an Air Cooler you will have to invest in a better case, the Spec-01 is a very narrow case that will not accommodate large CPU coolers. A case that will support the larger coolers around the same price range will be the Aerocool Aero 1000.

Question  GTX 970? by Oli

Will this system work properly? :

HDD = #48501
SSD = #53384
DVD-RW = #53312
MOBO = #55019
CPU = #52724
RAM = #62461
GPU = #62207
Case = #63109
WiFi = #47499
OS = #64149
PSU = This item

Thank you!

Answer by shaund on Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Hi Oli,

Yes all of those components will be compatible.

system by Kyle

will this system be okay ?

Bitfenix comrade windowed PC Case

liteon 24X DVD drive

the EVGA 600w bronze PSU

Gigabyte 970A-UD3P Motherboard

corsair vengeance low profile 8gb ram (2 X 4GB)

AMD FX-6300 3.5 GHZ CPU with stock cooler

Western Digital 1tb blue HDD

2GB EVGA GTX750 TI FTW edition

Bitfenix Alchemy green LED Lights

Windows 7 home premium 64-bit

and could you give me a rough estimation on how many FPS i would get on games such as call of duty advanced warfare, black ops 3, battlefield hardline, star wars battlefront, GTA V and other higher end games on around High/ultra settings

Thank you in advance :)

Response by shaund
Hi Kyle,

The 750 Ti is a relatively old card now, you won't be running games on high/ultra with smooth frame rates, you might be able to run those types of games at medium/high at close to 60FPS the rest of the machine looks fine though.

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