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


While Corsair is relatively new to the power supply market, with the use of major OEMs (in the case of the TX series, Channel Well Technology) in the power arena they have been able to take overclockers and enthusiasts by storm with their HX, VX, and now TX power supply series. When testing the TX750 power supply extensively in this octal-core system with 4GB of FB-DIMM RAM and an ATI Radeon HD 2900XT, the voltages were clean and very stable and led to a trouble-free experience while running very quiet. The cables for this power supply are also long enough even for the latest SilverStone Temjin cases. The Corsair TX750 may not satisfy those that are looking for a modular power supply, but for the rest the Corsair TX750 is an excellent candidate for a high-end power supply that currently sells for $180 USD.

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