Corsair Enthusiast 650W Compatibility

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Thats a confirm, manufacturers often spout the compatible with latest tech line to get people to buy it, like any other item may not work,
Check out my product for example,
Forks, new AND improved, compatible with mouths using the new 'Teeth' system

other manufactureres forks that don't mention it may not work with Teeth so you buy mine because I say they will work
Makes you want to buy my forks huh :p
Moto
That PSU is compatible with either an ATX12V motherboard (4-pin power connector for CPU) or an EPS12V motherboard (8-pin power connector for CPU). I know of no motherboard that would accept your CPU and not be compatible with that PSU. To verify...what is your mobo? What are the rest of your system specs?
 
Thats a confirm, manufacturers often spout the compatible with latest tech line to get people to buy it, like any other item may not work,
Check out my product for example,
Forks, new AND improved, compatible with mouths using the new 'Teeth' system

other manufactureres forks that don't mention it may not work with Teeth so you buy mine because I say they will work
Makes you want to buy my forks huh :p
Moto
 
Solution

"Compatible with Intel Core i3, i5, i7 and AMD platforms" is what Amazon.com's marketing put on that product description.

I don't see that claim anywhere in Corsair's own product info.

With the OCZ ModXStream Pro Series PSUs Amazon.com adds "compatible with Intel Sandy Bridge Core i3 i5 i7 and AMD Phenom".
 
As Rugger mentions you most often have compatibility niggles with the motherboard.
Usually nothing major but it's the main part you want to be compatible.
It's through the motherboard that the CPU gets its power.