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Corsair HX 750W Modular Power Supply Review

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Introduction

ThinkComputers really liked Corsair’s TX 750W unit when we reviewed it a while ago. The TX series was a consumer level power supply, but this new HX series is a different animal. It’s a professional and enthusiast line of power supplies meant for overclockers and other folks who needs rock-solid stability and modularity. Among other things, the HX 750W has 12 SATA connectors-more than enough for that ultimate file server you’ve been wanting to build. ThinkComputers has the review.

Features & Specifications

– Guaranteed to sustain its full rated wattage at an ambient temperature of 50C
– Up to 90% energy-efficiency under real-world load conditions*
– Single +12V rail design providing up to 62A
– Multi-GPU ready
– 105C solid state capacitors
– Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) with PF value of 0.99
– Supports ATX12V 2.3 and EPS12V 2.91 standards. Backwards compatible with ATX12V 2.01
– Auto switching circuitry for universal AC input from 90-264V
– Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection and Short Circuit Protection provide complete component safety
– Dimensions: 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 180mm(L)
– MTBF: 100,000 hours
– Safety Approvals: UL, CUL, CE, CB, FCC Class B, TuV, CCC, C-tick

Packaging

The Corsair HX 750W power supply unit has blue trim to its box and the labels on the unit itself. The box highlights the unit’s readiness for SLI, modular cable connectivity, and ballsy SEVEN YEAR warranty. Stunningly missing is any note of the unit’s 80PLUS Silver efficiency certification.


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Included with the unit is a velvet carrying bag (really), documentation, a power cable, cable ties, and the modular cables in a neat carrying bag.


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Colin Dean
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Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.
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