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Corsair Launches 1200W, 850W and 750W Professional Series Gold PSUs

Discussion in 'News' started by btarunr, Jun 1, 2010.

  1. Yellow&Nerdy?

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    I wouldn't doubt to say, that these will be the best PSUs on the market, alongside with the Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold series. Fantastic efficiency, 100% modular, looks great, runs cool and quiet, what more could you ask for? I hope that I can afford the 750W or the 850W model, because I think I just found the perfect PSU ;)
     
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    right when you buy the HX1000 they come out with a new 1200 gold series .
     
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    Glad I waited on that HX1000 now. I want either the 850 or 1200. Looks like I am fixing to give mad props to Corsair with a case, psu, and probably some Ram here when I upgrade to the P2 X6.
     
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    I will only buy the 1200 if its certified for a 4 way sli any one know the specs on it yet .
     
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    It doesn't need to be SLI certified. All it needs is enough available power and enough PCIe connectors. SLI certification is sham for the most part.
     
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    This is stupid... Corsair is killing the competition :roll:

    Ok, I might just get a refund for my HX850 and get an AX750/850 :D

    When will they be available?
     
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    I think the 5 year warentee will kill all the other makers .
     
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    its 7 years

    and when can I expect to see these beauties?!?
     
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    I know I'm about a month late to this topic, but does anyone know anything about Flextronics (the OEM for the 1200w)? There is a little info over in a topic about this at [H]:

    Wikipedia article about Flextronics
     
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    That's news to me. Time to do some research.

    Depending on how the numbers play out with regards to higher-efficiency PSUs paying for their higher cost over time for a given location and system, I will have a hard time justifying the cost of the Pro series. Though excellent they undoubtedly are.
     
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    the CX400 is crazy good IMO, the CX430 looks promising
     
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    As in Flextronics? My dad used to work at Flextronics... :laugh: But they did metal housings there.
     
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    I almost wish I needed a PSU just for the AX850

    Stay away from the RAM IMO.
     

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