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Antec HCG-620M 620W ATX12V V2.32 EPS 2.92 80PLUS Bronze 135mm Fan ATX Active PFC Power Supply

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Antec HCG-620M 620W ATX12V V2.32 EPS 2.92 80PLUS Bronze 135mm Fan ATX Active PFC Power Supply
Very Good
Below Average
Rating: 9.08/10
With 24 User Reviews

Review Date: 04/02/14
Cons: none really

Pros: -working great after a year-semi-modular-quiet-seasonic build quality
Great unit from antec and seasonic. semi-modular design helps with cables

Review Date: 03/28/14
Cons: None thus far.

Pros: Quiet80+ bronzeModularQuality parts used5 yr warranty
It's quiet and efficient and provides me with more than enough power for my gaming rig. The modular design makes cable management a breeze, VERY happy with this so far. 5 year warranty!

Review Date: 03/21/14
Cons: n/a

Pros: Silent and flexible
This PSU very quiet and I like the flexibility of the semi modular cables. Very high quality and hadn't had a problem yet.

Review Date: 11/23/13
Cons: none

Pros: Modularwarranty
Great p/s ! Also comes with a 5 years warranty

Review Date: 10/11/13
Cons: none

Pros: Silent, powerful, modular
This thing is a silent beast. I came from a Corsair TX750w that broke, and decided to go with this modular psu and I'm loving it. This thing is so quiet I can barely notice it's on. There were reviews saying the SATA power cables break easily. Try using ahairdryer to warm up the cords before you install. That did the trick for me.

Review Date: 06/27/13
Cons: None so far. Will update eventually if anything goes wrong.

Pros: Modular and it surprisingly came with a power plug.
I'm surprised that this actually came with a power plug unlike the Antec power supplies that I've used in the past, so I ended up wasting $6 buying a power plug because I did not expect this.

Review Date: 04/16/13
Cons: Some fans develop a tik tik noise. I have several of these supplies and only one has done this, RMA'd with Antec.

Pros: Good solid power supply
NOTE: If you use a no load power supply tester like the Apevia this PS will fail the 3.3V rail showing 2.8V. Needs a load to activate the 3.3V regulation. (Confirmed by Antec Tech Support).

Review Date: 04/14/13
Cons: None

Pros: Antec makes some of the best power suppliesAll voltages are spot on
This has to be the deal of a lifetime. What you get for $79.99 is a modular, high quality, medium wattage power supply. I will be buying these power supplies for all my future builds. Since parts these days are getting more efficient, there's no need to go with higher wattage, bigger power supplies.Side note - to all those customers complaining about Antec gift cards:Antec does not make these gift cards directly, so do not place the blame on them and shun them. If you read CLOSELY on the card you receive, you NEED to ACTIVATE the card before YOU CAN USE IT. I really cannot stand people who say mail-in rebates are scams. If you follow the instructions to complete them PROPERLY, they work EVERY TIME.
Nuclear Action@NCIX

Review Date: 01/11/13
Cons: Sata power connectors are very tight, so be careful plugging them in.

Pros: Clean power, modular, enough wattage for a midrange system.
I just put this power supply in a customer build. This is a good power supply for any midrange setup with one video card. When it is on sale, you will not find one cheaper which is modular. My only issue with this power supply is that the SATA power connectors are far too tight. If you are not careful, you may end up breaking the connector. Just be careful when plugging into your drives. Other than that, this is a nice power supply for under 100 bucks.

Review Date: 12/28/12
Cons: none

Pros: good looking and good power
Great PSU, reliable, lots of power and long cables.

Review Date: 12/26/12
Cons: Three SATA Power cables broke while light "stress" Low quality compenents/plasticNot enough cables for 620W

Pros: SilentLong cables
I bought it because I needed it for my mom's PC. during the building, three SATA Power cables broke, I had to improvise some repairs. Wouldn't buy again, avoid if possible

Review Date: 12/15/12
Cons: not on sale often

Pros: price when it on sale due to quality
this is a great power supply i use it any time i build a machine with a video card as has a great amp and its modual so you keep the clutter of cables down to a minimum

Review Date: 12/13/12
Cons: Went on sale the day after I bought it.

Pros: Modular for the most partCable Management
Picked this up for my first build, everything working good so far.

Review Date: 10/19/12
Cons: slick design

Pros: powerfulmodular
went from old school non-modular to this awesome modular design, it does saves lots of wires, good for air circulation and doesnt collect as much dust than the old school model. lots of power it can power more than 4 harddrives and bunch of stuff, great value too

Review Date: 10/18/12
Cons: None yet.

Pros: Brand, amperage on 12V, price, appearance.
I got this to try and troubleshoot and incredibly frustrating computer problem and since installing it, the issue went away completely. No complaints. I have bought this unit twice.

Review Date: 07/28/12
Cons: - None

Pros: - Modular- Quiet
Seasonic PSU with Antec branding I guess. So as expected, the PSU comes in a nice bag, has long sleeved cables, and solid build quality.One slight exception is some of the modular cables: Antec's appear to be different than Corsair's modular cables. My Corsair power supply's cables appear to be of better quality.This power supply is also not completely modular, but I think most people will need to use the non-modular power cables anyways. The 8 pin power cable was long enough to go around the motherboard tray in my ATX mid tower case. I also mounted the PSU upside down since my case had bottom fan ventilation. I do not mind that the Antec labeling appears upside down as I will not see it when my case is closed anyways.

Review Date: 07/25/12
Cons: non

Pros: Great qualityGreat priceModular
The great price and quality. It works great, haven't had any problems and it seems to come with a 5 year warranty.

Review Date: 06/22/12
Cons: - wattage is low for a big gaming rig

Pros: - Modular cables- Black finish to match most cases- Single 12V rail- price!!- stable voltages- extremely quiet 135mm cooling fan
I'm not a hardcore computer guy that runs tests after tests to determine the ins and outs of parts (that's what professional reviews are for) but I can tell you that I'm very pleased with Antec's products and this one doesn't disappoint.For the price this is probably the best value for your money when looking at building a budget computer. lots of wattage able to handle the latest CPU's and a big video card.(not sure I'd go SLI or Crossfire though), stable voltages, and modular cables are a definite seller.

Review Date: 06/14/12
Cons: PSU labels will be upside down if the PSU is flipped so the fan is facing downward. Looks stupid.Cable length will not fit in a full tower case if routing the cable behind the motherboard.The "darkened" cables on the 24 pin are on the WRONG side. Thus when connected to a motherboard with the clip on the outside the darkened cables will be on the inside of the case and the bright ugly rainbow cables will be showing. Making that feature useless.Other cables have no darkened colour option and are bright red/yellow/black at the connection ends.Not enough cables for a hardcore system.

Pros: Decently priced PSU when on sale.Enough cables for a typical system and gamer.Cable length good enough for up to mid tower cases.Enough power for my needs and the unit so far seemed very quiet (bottom floor intake placement in case)Seasonic OEM design
The reason I bought this PSU was because of the price at the time being a really good deal, best bang for the buck. Had enough cables for myself. There were more Cons then Pros but it came down to price right now. Antec needs to rethink as they made two major and stupid mistakes, the darkened cables being on the wrong side (yes they only darkened one side of the 24pin connector) and the PSU label being upside if you flip the PSU for a bottom intake placement.Would I pay anymore than $65 for it, Not a chance, I would save up and get a Corsair or Seasonic that has 100% black cables.

Review Date: 06/12/12
Cons: none

Pros: Perfect power supply for a great price
very good quality for cheap! excellent choice for someone on a budget

Review Date: 05/29/12
Cons: None

Pros: Very sleek designWires are binded together well in a aesthetically good looking way.
I got this at a steal of $49.99 and I'm very satisfied with it. Assembly with it was clutter-free and its paint matches my rig well. I haven't run into any problems with this thus far, definitely recommended.

Review Date: 05/25/12
Cons: The colour code on the wires is much brighter than the previous psu's I bought.

Pros: Good price on saleI think all psu should be modular
I never had a problem with Antec psu's and will continue to purchase them. I like Corsair psu's but they are little too pricy. Since both psu's are manufactured by the same company, Seasonic.

Review Date: 05/08/12
Cons: not fully modular

Pros: enough power and 80 plus
it's quiet and enough power but it's not fully modular.

Review Date: 05/02/12
Cons: Somewhat stiff cables, but not a problem.

Pros: Quiet, reliable, well-built.After upgrading to an nVidia GTX 560 video card, I needed the extra current and another PCI-E power connector. 48A at 12V more than met my needs.Love the modular design, allowing the use of only cables that are needed (I didn't need the 4-pin Molex connectors). Helps to keep wiring to a minimum.
Antec has always been a reliable brand for me. In addition to the 24-pin main and 4+4-pin ATX12V cables, I only needed to use (2) 6+2-pin PCI-E cables and (2) SATA cables; there are NO extra cables hanging out of the PSU like with non-modular units. Six modular outlets are available on the box. I installed it in a tight Micro ATX case, and the choice of which outlets to use for the SATA cables allowed room for connections to my two Blu-ray disk drives.
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Product Features

Product Specifications

Fans: 1
Main Connector: 20+4Pin
+12V Rails: Single
PCI-Express Connector: 2 x 6+2-Pin
SATA Power Connector: 6
Efficiency: Up to 87%
Over Voltage Protection: Yes
Input Voltage: 100 - 240 VAC 10%

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