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Cyber Monday PC power supply deals

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You don't want a cheap power supply—it's your PC's core, and your stability and upgrade headroom relies on it—but you can get a great power supply at a cheap price by finding the best deals. We're searching the web for Cyber Monday deals on PSUs we recommend.

Try to find a PSU that meets your wattage needs without going to far over (unless you plan to upgrade soon). We also recommend modular units, which help a lot with cable management.

All of our favorite deals  

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Get a Corsair RM1000x 80 Plus Gold with full modular cables for $150 at Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $30).

Corsair CX550M - 80 Plus Bronze, semi-modular: $35 (after rebate) (opens in new tab), Newegg (Save $45)

Corsair RM850X 850W - 80 Plus Gold, Modular: $90 (after rebate), Newegg (opens in new tab)(save $60)

Corsair RM750X 750W - 80 Plus Gold, Modular: $80 (after rebate), Newegg (opens in new tab)(save $50)

Corsair RM650X 650W - 80 Plus Gold, Modular: $70 (after rebate), Newegg (opens in new tab)(save $50)

Corsair CX650 650W - 80 Plus Bronze: $40 (after rebate), Newegg (opens in new tab) (save $30)

EVGA 500W1 500W - 80 Plus White: $30, Amazon (opens in new tab) (save $10) 

EVGA SuperNova 750W - 80 Plus Gold, Modular: $90, Newegg (opens in new tab) (save $50)

EVGA SuperNova 650W - 80 Plus Gold, Modular: $85, Newegg (opens in new tab) (save $50)

Thermaltake Toughpower Grand RGB 850W - 80 Plus Gold: $90 (after rebate), Newegg (opens in new tab) (save $30)

UK Deals:

EVGA 600W:  £50, Amazon (opens in new tab) £4 off: 80 Plus, intelligent fan for near silent operation, 3-year warranty.

We'll continue to update this page with more Cyber Monday deals as they come in. For our full list of deals on GPUs, monitors, keyboards and more, check out our complete guide to Cyber Monday deals (opens in new tab).

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