For many years the name Corsair has probably made you think of memory. Their high performance modules aimed at the enthusiast community is practically legendary. Many folks do not realize that they do manufacture other components, one of which is the power supply. I'm sure it won't come as much of a surprise that this component is also aimed at the enthusiast.
We had the chance a while back to review the Corsair HX series 620 watt power supply and it managed to be one of the most stable we have yet to come across. The power levels were incredibly clean and showed no stability issues at all. While this was a sure winner in our labs, past performance won't help out in today's testing.
So kick back for a bit and relax as we take a look at the latest performance PSU to come from the Corsair folks. We will take note of the feature list then put it to the test to see if it can live up to the hype of past products.
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