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    Antec VP650P 650 watts psu compatible with Haswell processor?

    I am planning to buy a new PC with Asus Z97 chipset mobo, Intel i5-4670K Haswell processor, 4gb RAM and Radeon R9 270X graphics card. Since this a heavy build I was looking at the Antec VP650P 650Watt power supply, whether it will support my CPU and video card or not. I have heard that this PSU is not compatible with Haswell processors, if this is true then what are my other options to grab another Power Supply? Thanks for any information.

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    Re: Antec VP650P 650 watts psu compatible with Haswell processor?

    As per Antec, below are the following Power Supply list that is fully compatible with the Haswell Processor:
    • TruePower Quattro: TPQ-850, TPQ-1000, TPQ-1200, TPQ-1200 OC
    • EarthWatts Platinum: EA-450, EA-550, EA-650
    • High Current Game: HCG-750, HCG-900
    • High Current Gamer M: HCG-520M, HCG-620M, HCG-750M, HCG-850M
    • High Current Pro: HCP-750, HCP-850, HCP-1200
    • High Current Pro Platinum: HCP-1000 Platinum, HCP-850 Platinum (OC link), HCP-1000 Platinum (OC link), HCP-1300 Platinum (OC link)
    • TruePower Gold: TP-550G, TP-650G
    • NeoEco C: Neo Eco 620C
    • Signature: SG-650, SG-850
    • TruePower New: TP-550, TP-650, TP-750, TP750 Blue
    • EarthWatts Green: EA-650 Green
    • VP: VP550P V2, VP650P V2, VP650PM

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    Re: Antec VP650P 650 watts psu compatible with Haswell processor?

    You should get the Antec VP650P V2 650 Watts PSU which is compatible with the new generation of Haswell processors. I was previously using another model Power Supply and had overclocked everything from CPU to RAM in my system for gaming but my system used to crash more than often, so I purchased this new V2 version of the Antec PSU and it worked pretty well. I have been using this PSU for more than 4 months now and there is no system crashing at all.

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    Re: Antec VP650P 650 watts psu compatible with Haswell processor?

    Even the Antec VP650PM 650W Power Supply is compatible with the Intel i5-4670K Haswell processor that you have. Check out its below features:

    • 650 Watts of Continuous Power
    • Up to 85% efficiency
    • Up to 92% power available on +12V rails
    • Advanced Cable Management System improves internal airflow and reduces system clutter by allowing you to use only the cables you need
    • ATX12V version 2.3 compliant
    • Dual +12V rails ensure greater system stability
    • ErP Lot 6: 2010 compliant assuring efficiency and low standby power consumption
    • Active Power Factor Correction with PF: 0.99 for higher efficiency and less power grid pollution
    • Heavy-duty protection circuitry on all rails prevents damage from a variety of dangers:
      - Over current protection (OCP)
      - Over voltage protection (OVP)
      - Short circuit protection (SCP)
      - Over power protection (OPP)
      - Over temperature protection (OTP)
    • AQ2 - Antec Quality 2 year limited warranty on parts and labor
    • MTBF: 100,000 hrs
    • 2 Years Warranty + 2 Years On Online Registration

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