Nathan Schlip

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  1. Been a while, but any update on this post? Did you ever receive your replacement PSU or a refund? I currently have mine in the RMA process (G650M), but decided to just buy a Corsair CX750 from Best Buy for $90 (which resolved my sudden & random PC power off / reboot issue). I'm not holding my breath of ever getting a replacement PSU after reading all these horror stories on here.
  2. Hey Jeff, I'm in a similar boat with my G650M PSU (just placed a post on here actually). I ended up buying a Corsair CX750 for $90 - I don't have the patience to wait for their crappy RMA process. Once I get my replacement G650M I'll hold onto it as a backup or something.
  3. Build Gigabyte Z170MX-Gaming 5 MB Intel Core i5-6500 CPU Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 16GB RAM SanDisk PLUS 240GB SSD Cooler Master G650M PSU (bought new around May/June of 2015) 2x Western Digital 7200RPM 1 TB 2x top 120MM Fans 1x front 240MM fan 1x rear 120MM fan AeroCool DS Case My PSU seems to have failed (in bold above), and I was wondering if anyone else has experienced failure with this specific PSU? On a whim I decided to stop off at Best Buy and bought a new Corsair CX750 PSU, and my PC is now running great (it would randomly power off and reboot when under load with the Cooler Master PSU). I have an RMA in process for the G650M, but I've been reading a lot of negativity surrounding Cooler Masters RMA process, and am wondering if I should just keep the Corsair PSU I bought from Best Buy (it was $90 - Amazon wants $88 for it, so I figure not a bad deal)? My plan was to return the Corsair PSU to Best Buy since I can now confirm it's my PSU that was the issue, but I also don't want to wait around for several weeks to get a replacement PSU. Thoughts?