We would like to thank Corsair for supplying the TX750M review sample.
The Corsair TX V2 series PSUs are solid performers with great price/performance ratio. However nowadays the demand for units with modular cables is increasing, even in the middle priced segment, so Corsair came up with the TX M Series. These PSUs use a different platform than the TX V2, and on top of that feature a modular cabling system which offers installation flexibility and makes cable management much easier, something that many users will greatly appreciate. Besides the platform change and the addition of the modular cabling system the visual appearance also changed since the TX M units feature the same fan grill design that we first saw on the HX1050W, where the fan grill covers only the fan's area and the case features some bumps that follow the lines of the fan grills.
The Corsair TX M series consists of four members with capacities ranging from 550W to 850W. In this review we will thoroughly test the Corsair TX750M. Summarizing, this is a single +12V rail PSU, with a 140 mm double ball-bearing fan which is temperature controlled, efficiency is 80 PLUS Bronze certified and the PSU is backed up by five years warranty. With a price difference of only $10-$15 compared to the TX 750 V2 the TX750M surely has a very competitive price.