Do you know what's better than 80 Plus Bronze? 80 Plus Silver! And you can probably guess what's better than that -- 80 Plus Gold. But did you know there's another tier? Even better than 80 Plus Gold certification is 80 Plus Platinum, which is what's bestowed upon today's top deal, a Seasonic SS-760XP2 760W Power Supply for $100 with free shipping (normally $155 - use coupon code: [EXLEMC2254]; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). As if you needed any more incentive to pick up a name brand, 80 Plus Platinum PSU for a Benny (or less after MIR), this thing is also fully modular. The only other way you're getting a deal this good is when things fall off a truck!
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Do you know what Aerosmith, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley, and Frank Sinatra all have in common? They've all gone Platinum! You can too, if you pick out the right power supply. If you want to be able to tell your family and friends you've finally gone Platinum, then check out today's top deal for a Seasonic 760W 80 Plus Platinum Modular Power Supply for $100 with free shipping (normally $155 - use coupon code: [EMCYTZT5732]). This is a fully modular unit with a silent fan control switch, durable Japanese Grade A capacitors, a single +12V rail (63A), and of course 80 Plus Platinum certification.
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With all the good deals that have been handed down over the last several weeks and months, hopefully it's allowed you to score some sweet upgrades, or maybe even build a whole new system. Now all that's left is to feed those parts reliable power. Today's top deal will certainly do that without decimating your bank account. It's for a SeaSonic Platinum SS-860Xp2 860W Modular Power Supply for $150 with free shipping (normally $190 - use coupon code 1105GAMES17; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). That's a nice discount for an 80 Plus Platinum certified PSU from a name-brand vendor
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The power supply is an oft-underappreciated component. Everyone knows it’s necessary, and most people who build their own PCs have some understanding of the basics of what a power supply does. But almost everyone tends to buy more power than they really need, or they’ll buy the cheapest PSU that delivers the wattage they think they need.
We’re not going to get too deep into the inner workings of the PC power supply, but it’s worth talking a bit about the basics of how they work before we dive into what to buy.