Corsair TX750W Power Supply reviewed

Posted on Saturday, Oct 20 2007 @ 09:25 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Corsair's HX620 PSU scores pretty well in reviews and now the firm has introduced a new power supply series which features a 650W and 750W model. HardOCP has taken a closer look at the TX750W:
For some time now users have been clamoring for higher powered offerings from Corsair due in large part to the phenomenal acceptance of their HX series. Today, Corsair makes good on those wishes by granting their Lettre de Marque to the TX750W as it sets sail for the highly competitive grounds currently inhabited by companies like Antec, Silverstone, PC Power and Cooling, Enermax, CoolerMaster, and more. In the process they have committed themselves to some lofty goals:
Check out their review over here. Overall the PSU seems to perform pretty well, although it's a bit noisy and could use some better regulation on the 3.3V rail.

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