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Corsair TX-M Series 750 W

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If you need a PSU with high build quality and don't care about the semi-modular cable design, or top-performance in all areas, the TX750M fits the bill. It uses better parts than the RM750 and is sold at about the same price. However, the RM750 provides notably higher overall performance, and all of its cables are fully modular.

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I almost didn't bother reading this review because you used the wrong art in the first image on the introduction page.
That's looks like the 2017 model (V3) rather than the current-gen V4.

Otherwise, thanks for the detailed teardown and once again I'll be avoiding this in favour of the RM unless I see it on sale for a hefty discount.
 
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When you do these reviews I’m guessing you test it against the latest version of the atx PSU specification??
 
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interesting corsair tossed this one to great wall while I believe CWT did the vast majority of previous TX-M lines with Chicony taking over later on for some of the units.
 
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Ripple rise the temperatures in caps, this causes decrease of lifespan.

So it is logical that TX series (high ripple + good caps) have a longer warranty than RM series (low ripple + mid end caps)
 
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What is it with PSU manufacturers lately, releasing "updated" units that perform worse than their predecessors? First Seasonic and now Corsair.
 
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Ripple rise the temperatures in caps, this causes decrease of lifespan.

So it is logical that TX series (high ripple + good caps) have a longer warranty than RM series (low ripple + mid end caps)
The RM750 is listet with 10 years warranty vs 7 years for the TX.
 
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What is it with PSU manufacturers lately, releasing "updated" units that perform worse than their predecessors? First Seasonic and now Corsair.
Maybe they are taking a page out of the router industry and think the term "updated" is synonymous for reduced the manufacturing cost of the product.
 
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