Corsair TX750M 750 W

Corsair TX750M 750 W

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Value and Conclusion


  • The Corsair TX750M retails for $119.99
  • Handled full load flawlessly at 50°C operating temperature
  • Fairly quiet operation even with full load and at 50°C ambient
  • Good price/performance ratio
  • Decent voltage regulation overall
  • All rails registered controlled voltage drops in Advanced Transient Response Tests
  • Five year warranty
  • Quite rich bundle with a touch of luxury (cloth bag for PSU storage) despite the price category of the unit
  • Lots of hardwired cables. I would like it to have less native and more modular cables
  • 5V and 3.3V registered high spikes in Advanced Transient Response Tests
8.8The new Corsair TX M series looks really good and will definitely satisfy users that are looking for an affordable Corsair PSU but can't get along with the non modular cabling system of the TX V2 units. Corsair has sucessfully introduced modular and high quality PSUs to the market with the TX M Series, at only a small price increase. If the price difference between the TX V2 and TX M units remains at $10-15 (TX750 V2 vs. TX750M) then both series will compete with each other, something that could affect their sales numbers. The only major complaint I have about the Corsair TX750M is that it has few modular cables and many native ones. Since Corsair made the move to modular, I wonder why they chose to leave so many hardwired cables.

The cooperation of Corsair and CWT proved to be a winning combination since the outcome is a very good power supply which will satisfy all users that need an affordable, reliable and good performer PSU to power a mid-range system. On top of that the new fan grill design looks really cool!
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