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[FS] Corsair TX750 750W Power Supply- Brand New

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by TheScavenger, Oct 10, 2008.

  1. TheScavenger New Member

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    Corsair TX750 750W Power Supply

    $90/shipped

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    - Brand new in the box, never used
    - Still eligible for a $20 mail in rebate
    - I will include buy.com receipt and rebate form
    - Comes with all original accessories, documentation, hardware, etc
    - Bought on 10-8-08
    - PayPal Only
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    My heatware can be found under TheScavenger. My eBay feedback is 100% and can be found under joshuaLX50.

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  2. bogmali

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    Too bad I just bought the same exact one from newegg. Bump for you.
     
  3. TheScavenger New Member

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    I just bought this PSU two days and got a hold of an Mushkin 800W modular PSU today. I don't want to send it back to Buy.com and pay and restocking fee. I'd much rather pass it on to someone else.
     
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    A little off topic but what color is that LED fan on teh Mushkin? Im looking at modular PSU's atm.
     
  5. TheScavenger New Member

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    I think its green. I haven't even had the chance to hook it up yet :banghead:
     
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    I figured it would be green given the company's color scheme. :(
     
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    Man that corsair psu is like 180 over here. Nice price but shipping to aus would be a killa. :)

    I still think that corsair make some of the nicest/best ps units.
     
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    Not just that...the dollar at 68c will make 90 like 130 bucks :\
     
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    Good price and just what i'm looking for. Although with recent events, I will not buy from non-established members that I am not familiar with. It's worth another $20-30 for me to buy from Newegg for peace of mind..
     
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    No offence or anything but this is different. He is only selling 1 thing, has heatware and ebay feedback. He also has multiple images of the item with his name on paper.

    I mean what happened in the other thread was ridiculous. Insane prices for a whole lot of different items (q6600 for 100 bucks, hd4850 for 90 :wtf:) and no heat.
     
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    oh yeah thats right, our dollar went to shit... :banghead:

    bummer :shadedshu
     
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    I just bought one too, but from ZZF. This is my second Corsair, and I'm very happy with it. Very strong, stable rails. Someone needs to snag it!
     
  14. wolf2009 Guest

    I'm surprised that this is still here, considering the frequency with which guys here at TPU buy stuff.

    C'mon Fits, Pauli .Xazax ? don't you need a PSU ? :D:D
     
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    @Scan if you havent opened the Item, simply contact Buy.com and they wont charge you a restocking fee. i believe they onyl charge your a restocking Fee if you open the item.

    @Wolf2009 I got myself a semi Modular Antec BasicQ 550w with Dual 22 Amp Rails for only 50 bucks brand new from Frys... I'm set :D
     
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    if i were you, i'd keep the corsair and get rid of the muskin....
     
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    Unfortunately, I opened the box to see if the TX750 is any bigger than my TX650. I kind of shot myself in the foot there.
     
  18. wolf2009 Guest

    :laugh::laugh: , so what did you find ? they are same size right ?
     
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    =/ darn...
     
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    I never even got around to comparing the two because I got distracted by the mushkin PSU :banghead: I know the 750 has a ~140mm fan and the 650 has a 125mm fan.
     
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    wish i could buy it but the dollar went from 1.9 per pound to 1.6 ouch it would cost me an extra £10 now

    and shipping is a bummer shame i really need a new psu i even have a WTB thread for it
     
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    I could really use this on my SFF Tri SLI comp. Would you trade anything with a bit of Paypal as well?
     
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    Bump this deal! This isn't going to last much longer. I literally purchased this psu days ago, super quite, super strong, super deal.
     
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