Energize your desktop build with this Corsair RMx White Series 850W power supply. The low-noise design minimizes distractions, and the modular cables ensure installation complexity is kept to a minimum. This 80 PLUS Gold-certified Corsair RMx White Series 850W power supply can function at over 90 percent efficiency, reducing overall energy consumption, temperature and noise.
850W power supply
Delivers the power needed to run your PC.
AC 100-240V input
For wide-ranging use.
ATX12V 2.4 and EPS12V 2.92 compliance
Meets industry standards.
135mm rifle bearing cooling fan
Dissipates heat to help the power supply remain working at optimal temperature levels.
Zero RPM Fan Mode
Allows for the fan to remain off at low to medium loads for virtually silent operation.
80 PLUS Gold Certification
For minimal heat, noise levels and energy consumption.
Modular cable management
Allows you to use only the cables you need.
CORSAIR RMx Series 850W ATX12V 2.4/EPS12V 2.92 80 Plus Gold Modular Power Supply
Fully modular power supply for a high end build. The psu cables are very study and well built. Make sure to bend the cables according to your case before plugging in. Ample pcie connectors and dual cpu connectors for overclocking
Unless you’re running multiple gpu’s or something extraordinary this is the bes psu for the price, a little high wattage sure, but if you’re planning to overclock is perfect, also you’re future proofing in case you update your pc you wouldn’t need a new psu.
yeah it works
i honestly dont even think i need this many watts but im the queen of overkill
my pc runs great!
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i got this to power a moderate system no cd/dvd drives and no standard HDD either just an i7 9700k, Gigabyte aorus pro wifi, 16gb Vengeance DDR4 3200, dual samsung 970evo plus NVME m.2 500gb ea with a MSI RTX 2070 in the gorgeous Cougar Panzer EVO RGB runs everything with out breaking a sweat
Yes, and yes! But please make sure that you know exactly what you're buying regarding the PSU when building any new system!
If you have anything else we can help with, please reach out: support.corsair.com
You'd have to confirm which exact G5 model you have in case Dell released many variants. It'd be best to contact them directly to confirm whether or not you can use an aftermarket PSU in that unit.
If you have any questions related to the unit itself, feel free to contact us directly: support.corsair.com