Corsair, a company known for its high-performance system memory since rising to enthusiast stardom in the late 90's, has been toying around with the power supply market since last year when introducing the Corsair HX series. After the successful introduction of the HX520 and HX620, Corsair went on to introduce the VX series with the VX450W and VX550W. In Corsair's latest move, they have now christened the TX power supply series with the TX650 and TX750. In this review we have the Corsair TX750 power supply for testing, which complies with the ATX12V 2.2 standard, sports Active PFC, and offers a single high-performance +12V rail.
· Supports ATX12V v2.2 standard and older ATX12V 2.01 spec
· Ultra-quiet 140mm double ball-bearing fan
· 80%+ energy efficiency at 20%, 50% and 100% load condition
· 99% Active Power Factor Correction
· Universal AC input 90~264V
· Dedicated single +12V rail
· Over Current/Voltage/Power Protection, Under Voltage Protection, and Short Circuit Protection
· High quality Japanese capacitors
· Extra long cables support full tower size chassis.
· TX750W Dimension: 5.9"(W) x 3.4"(H) X 6.3"(L);
· MTBF: 100,000 Hours
The Corsair TX750 (CMPSU-750TX) had arrived in a moderately large cardboard box. It's not the largest or most elegant (compared to the Tagan TurboJet 1100W arriving in a leather case), but this power supply was well protected. The TX750W power supply was encased between two fitted pieces of soft styrofoam. This styrofoam was rather thick and did a fine job protecting the power supply. The power supply body was also protected by a velvet-like bag. Included with the TX750 were a US power cable, zip ties for cable organization, four mounting screws, and the Corsair TX650/TX750 user manual. The Corsair TX user manual is well documented and is detailed in eight different languages. Corsair's TX series is backed by a five-year warranty.