Thursday, July 21st 2011

Corsair Announces New Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs

Corsair, a worldwide designer and supplier of high-performance components to the PC gaming hardware market, today announced the Enthusiast Series Modular line of power supplies. Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs share a platform with the award-winning Enthusiast Series TX V2 line, with the TX V2's fixed cable set upgraded to a modular cabling system consisting of an attached, fully-sleeved ATX 12V cable and a complete set of flat detachable cables that allow system builders to use only the cables they need. Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs are 80 PLUS Bronze certified, delivering at least 85% efficiency at 50% load. Designed for reliable operation in high-performance PCs where clean, stable power is important, they are rated for full continuous power delivery at 50° C. Ultra-quiet, 140mm double ball-bearing fans deliver excellent airflow with exceptionally low noise levels by automatically adjusting fan speed in response to system temperature.
"The Enthusiast Series has long had broad appeal among demanding system builders due to its combination of exacting performance standards and affordability," said Ruben Mookerjee, VP and General Manager for Components at Corsair. "The Enthusiast Series Modular line is a great new choice for hardcore PC gamers, performance enthusiasts, and anybody else who requires stable, reliable power delivery."

Enthusiast Series Modular power supplies will be available from Corsair-authorized retailers worldwide in July.

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32 Comments on Corsair Announces New Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs

#1
dirtyferret
newtekie1 said:
No, we know newegg is currently selling the TX850M for $150, per the link in my post. The TX750M is going for $130 and the TX650M is going for $120.
THOSE ARE THE NON-MODULAR UNITS! THIS THREAD IS ABOUT THE NEWLY ANNOUNCED MODULAR UNITS! THEY ARE SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE LATER THIS MONTH! :banghead:

the new units are TXM, as in TX750M not TX750 or TX750 v2.

here is a corsair rep confirming that, if the pics above stating the new name is not enough evidence
http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8183
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#2
Arctucas
It appears to me the TX(M) series are not fully modular, rather semi-modular.

Perhaps that is splitting hairs, but it is more accurate...
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#3
dirtyferret
Arctucas said:
It appears to me the TX(M) series are not fully modular, rather semi-modular.

Perhaps that is splitting hairs, but it is more accurate...
true as are the XFX series, they are called "Semi-Modular"
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newtekie1
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dirtyferret said:
THOSE ARE THE NON-MODULAR UNITS! THIS THREAD IS ABOUT THE NEWLY ANNOUNCED MODULAR UNITS! THEY ARE SCHEDULED TO ARRIVE LATER THIS MONTH! :banghead:

the new units are TXM, as in TX750M not TX750 or TX750 v2.

here is a corsair rep confirming that, if the pics above stating the new name is not enough evidence
http://www.jonnyguru.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8183
Click on my link or at least read my post before screaming like an idiotic child. I LINKED TO THE NEWLY ANNOUNCED MODULAR VERSION! I didn't link to the TX or the TX V2, I linked to the TXM version. And I did this litterally one post before yours saying we only know the MSRP, which is why I corrected you. Newegg has it for $150, it just was put on their site an hour or two before I posted the link. The TX850M is listed at $150, TX750M at $130, and TX650M at $120.
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#7
Delta6326
This PSU can barley be considered modular. At least it is more than none modular
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