Based on the excellent results seen so far, we fully expected that the ripple performance of the Corsair RM650 would be equally impressive and, of course, we were not disappointed.
With the highest rating of 14 achieved, this is remarkably low. Just to put this into context, EU standards have a maximum allowed score of 50. As such, you can clearly see that this power supply doesn’t even come close to achieving a score that high.
So, what does this mean in its most basic terms? Well, put simply, the power is being delivered efficiently and (perhaps as importantly) cleanly.
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