A Detailed Look
The Corsair TX750M power supply enclosure is painted with a matte black finish and measure only 140mm (5.5”) deep. The back panel includes an AC receptacle, main power On-Off switch and open honey-comb grill.
The power supply uses a Corsair labelled 120mm, seven blade fan on the bottom for cooling. The fan (NR120L) is rated for 0.22A at 12 VDC and uses a riffled sleeve bearing for quiet operation.
The front panel on the TX750M incorporates six modular cable connectors that are nicely labelled and keyed so you don’t inadvertently plug a cable into the wrong connector.
The PSU comes with two fixed cables and the rest are flat ribbon-style modular cables which all appear to be industry standard 16 AWG wire. I actually prefer the semi-modular cable set over fully modular (it’s not like the 24-pin ATX and 4+4 pin EPS cable/connectors are optional).
Under the Hood
Here are a few pictures showing the layout and components inside the new Corsair TX750M power supply. Corsair is using Great Wall this time around as the OEM for the TX-M Series.
The TX750M features a modern LLC resonant circuit design with DC-to-DC converters for increased efficiency. The layout of components is clean while the soldering appears to be good. All of the capacitors used inside the PSU are high-quality Japanese made electrolytic and solid polymer caps. For example, the TX750M uses two Nippon Chemi-Con bulk capacitors rated for 330uF, 420V and 105°C.