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Enermax NAXN ADV 650 W

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The Enermax NAXN series is one of the few models Enermax doesn't produce themselves. This is done for cost-reduction reasons. In this review, we will check on the performance of the strongest member of the NAXN 82+ ADV line. It has a capacity of 650 W, features a non-modular design, and is 80 Plus Bronze certified.

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very disappointing product especially for it's price
 
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Thanks for the review. The noise alone would have been a deal-breaker for me:/

But please tell me these still pop, because I met some new hardware recently which all came with un-popable bags similar to the one on the pics, and that is just idontwantotliveonthisplanetanymore.jpg
 
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Too expensive for what it is: a bog-standard group-reg 80+ bronze unit with lousy capacitor choice. It needs to be under $75 to be even worth considering, and probably around $65 or even less, to be competitive.
 
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lousy caps and no cable management? gtfo!

back to the 80ies... it's not like i don't recognize a budget box but this psu is meehhhhh
 
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Too expensive for what it is: a bog-standard group-reg 80+ bronze unit with lousy capacitor choice. It needs to be under $75 to be even worth considering, and probably around $65 or even less, to be competitive.
Agree with you. With same amount of money, you can get Corsair CX750M which is definitely far better deal. Assuming it perform just as good as CX600M,