Corsair TX750 750W
Written by Michael Larabel in Power Supplies on 25 November 2007. Page 2 of 4. 1 Comment


The Corsair TX750 is built by Channel Well Technology with Japanese made capacitors. This same OEM produces power supplies for Antec and Thermaltake, among others. Rather than going with two or four +12V rails, the TX750 is designed to be a high-performance single +12V rail power supply (similar to the SilverStone Olympia series). The TX750 is capable of providing 60A under max load on the +12V rail. The maximum peak output for the +12V rail is 720W while the +3.3 and +5V rails have a combined peak of 180W.

While the Corsair TX650 uses a 120mm fan for cooling, the TX750 steps it up and uses a single 140mm double ball-bearing fan. The Corsair TX750 power supply has a black matte finish with orange TX 750W logos (the 650W variant has yellow logos). The 750W power supply measures in at 5.9" x 3.4" x 6.3".

The Corsair TX750W has the following connectors: 20+4-pin motherboard, 4+4-pin ATX/EPS, four 6+2-pin PCI Express, eight 4-pin molex, two 4-pin floppy, and eight Serial ATA interfaces. The four 8-pin PCI Express connectors (that are also compatible with 6-pin PCI-E connectors) is enough for four graphics cards or running two ATI Radeon HD 2900XT graphics cards. These power cables are long enough for even the largest of ATX cases, such as the SilverStone Temjin TJ10. All of these power supply cables are also sleeved.

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