The Corsair HX 750W PSU looks like a standard Corsair power supply, or, really, any power supply for that matter. It’s matte black with just a few stickers on it. The side bears the unit’s logo and the Corsair ship logo. The top of the unit has the output rating table and the required warning labels.
The rear of the unit is honeycomb, hexagonally meshed for airflow from the thermally controlled, dual ball bearing 140mm fan on the bottom.
The front of the unit has the modular connectors and a sheathed set of always-used cables (CPU and motherboard). The blue connectors are reserved for the PCI-Express connectors, while the black connectors power the 4-pin, SATA, and floppy devices.
In addition to the standard 20+4 pin motherboard and 4+4 pin CPU connector, the HX 750W provides four 6+2 pin PCI-Express connectors, eight 4-pin device connectors, two floppy connectors via adapters, and an impressive 12 SATA connectors.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.