Corsair recently refreshed their TX series of power supplies. We took a look at both the 750W and 850W versions and found that they were both good units. Our main complaints with the two units were connector availability as the connector selection was a tad outdated. It would seem that we weren't the only ones to notice this and Corsiar has introduced a few new models into the TX series.
These new units all feature modular cables and a revamped selection of cables and connectors. The TX modular power supplies are available in four different wattages ranging from 550W to 850W. Today we are taking a look at the 750W model, the TX750M. As these units are based on the TX V2 line that we have already taken a good look at and had seen how well they can perform, we have high hopes for the new modular unit.
Specifications, Availability and Pricing
One would expect very little difference between the Corsair TX750M and the TX750V2 and many will think that the only difference lies in the modular cables. There are some output differences as well. As you can see, the minor rails have been bumped up a bit to 30A each, but still have a combined output of 150W. The 12V rail remains unchanged with an output of 62A. The 5VSB rail still puts out up to 3A while the -12V rail gets a small bump up to 9.6W.
As the TX750M is part of the Enthusiast series of power supplies from Corsair, you would expect it to be packed full of features. Looking at the chart above, you can see that Corsair has nailed everything that we check for. The one thing that the TX750M offers that the TX750V2 didn't is the modular cabling. All of the cables are fully sleeved except for one and it is a modular cable of the ribbon type and isn't necessary.
Anyone wanting to track down the new TX750M shouldn't have any issues at all as it is widely available. Corsair has set an MSRP of $129.99 on the TX750M, which is what Newegg is shifting the unit for at this time and is free of any shipping charges. The Corsair TX750M carries the same warranty as all other TX series power supplies and is covered for 5 years.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, Availability and Pricing]
- Page 2 [The Packaging]
- Page 3 [Inside the Box]
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