When it comes to power supplies, the days of picking up whatever happens to be on the shelf are long gone. With the advent of more powerful processors, graphics and cooling solutions, power is just too important to take shortcuts with. Both the quantity and quality of that power needs to be maintained at a high level, especially for those who tend to be categorized as "power users" or "enthusiasts". Low-end power supplies often lead to stability issues and system failures.
The TX series we tested from Corsair does an exceptional job in providing plenty of quality power to your system. Rated at 750 watts of continuous draw, you will be hard pressed to maintain this level even under load, so odds are good that it will suit your needs. The 60A 12v rail means that a peltier cooler being run directly from the system power supply can be a reality. The primary power coupler also makes sure that you will be set whether you use a new or old motherboard, so you can always be set up with excellent power on whatever system you choose to run.
As far as price is concerned, you can expect to shell out about $180US for the TX750W. This price points sits right in the middle of the range for similar power supplies with the same features. It is also a lot less expensive than those Kilowatt rated beasts that are becoming popular. Besides, not everyone really needs 1000 watts or more of power, and besides, this one will still give some of those players a run for their money.
Overall, the Corsair TX750W is another very good power supply that gives a bit of a boost to the older 620 watt models. While not modular, they still provide above exceptional power to all of your power hungry components and will leave your system ready to tackle the tasks of today and tomorrow.
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