Corsair Professional Series HX850 850-watt Power Supply Review (Page 2)

| Aug 10, 2012 at 1:15 pm CDT
Rating: 93%Manufacturer: Corsair

Packaging

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The front of the packaging gives us our first look at the unit as well as wattage, warranty, and 80Plus information. Corsair makes sure that you know this unit comes with a seven year warranty right off the bat.

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The back gives the most information about the unit including connector availability, I/O specifications, noise and efficiency. There are also a few highlights of other features such as the single rail design and quality of build.

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On the bottom we find a couple of other features listed that talks about the DC-to-DC circuitry for the 3.3V and 5V rails and the semi-modular cables design.

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A little more information can be gathered on the top, most importantly the dimensions of the unit. We also learn the unit has auto-switching circuitry for accepting 100V-240V input.

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Both sides of the box simply list the model with a small picture of the power supply.

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