Specifications and Packaging
The Corsair Enthusiast Series TX550M and TX750M power supplies support the latest ATX12V v2.31 and EPS12V 2.92 standards and are backward compatible with ATX12V 2.2 and ATX12V 2.01 systems. The TX550M is rated for a combined, continuous output power of up to 550 watts at 50°C while the TX750M is rated for up to 750W under the same conditions.
Both power supplies incorporate a single +12V output that can deliver 45A (540W) or 62A (740W) respectively and include universal AC line input (automatically adjusts the AC line voltage) and active PFC, which makes them more environmentally friendly to the local power grid.
Specifications for the TX550M (courtesy of Corsair)
Specifications for the TX750M (courtesy of Corsair)
Packaging and Parts
The Corsair Enthusiast Series TX550M and TX750M power supplies arrived securely packed inside retail boxes that showcase each unit’s features and specifications. Each power supply is protected by foam inserts and wrapped in a fancy black cloth bag with the Corsair logo.
In addition to the power supply each box contains a power cord, mounting screws, wire ties, Corsair case badge, six modular cables, and two pamphlets: one covering Important Safety Information and the other a Warranty Guide.
The only complaint is these
The only complaint is these things NOT fully modular.
and these things are
and these things are basically noise free under normal load, the fans RARELY kick on/
and their made by
and their made by Seasonic….ok I’m done I swear
SEASONIC IS A BAD COMPANY? AS
SEASONIC IS A BAD COMPANY? AS LONG AS IT GETS THE JOB DONE. I’M ONE OF THOSE LIGHT GAMERS I GUESS.
Corsair is THE best power
Corsair is THE best power supply manufacturer by far. I believe this particular model has a MTBF (mean time between failure) of 100,000 hours, which is insane. I am running a GTX 295, overclocked core i7, DVD burner, 10k hard drive, and 6 gigs of 1600 Mhz Ram with ease on this power supply with breathing room. When I get my other GTX 295 and hook up the Quad SLI, add another hard drive, blu-ray burner, and 6 more gigs of ram, I will need a 1200W power supply and I really wish Corsair made one. The only real “con” is that it isn’t modular so you need to have decent cable management to keep the airflow tip top. Buy this, you won’t be disappointed.