Reviews and Problems with Corsair AX750 (CMPSU-750AX)
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Matthew McDermott, Amazon
8 September 2013
Summary: It's still ticking LOL. Easy to hook up with a mid tower Gaming case. If your building a gaming rig, always get a "Plus Gold" power supply. If you get a Full tower case get one that has longer wires, I had a hard time with some of the hook up's.
Summary: Does exactly what it's supposed to do, just wish it was a little cheaper. Not all the cables are sleeved and I wish they had more variety (like single cables or secondary short cables to cut down on access wires because it's almost the same as a non-modular when they have so many forked cables that one end goes unused). Other than those two things, I've had zero issues with the product and it works as advertized.
Summary: The AX750 is a great PSU for those who are looking to do crossfire or SLI and want very high efficiency. The single rail design is ideal but the 24-pin connector (on the PSU end) is a little strange with it splitting into two awkward connections. Finally, I would have liked to see an additional PCI-E 6-pin cable. Overall, solid product.
Pros: Single rail, modular
Cons: Odd 24-pin connector, one too few 6-pin PCI-E, pricy.
Great Modular Power supply BUT.. they SHOULD label ports
Brian J. Mullan "bj", Amazon
13 February 2013
Summary: This is a great power supply at a very good price but one gripe I have is that unlike some other vendors Corsair does NOT label their power connection ports on the unit and doesn't even have a sticker type picture on the unit showing which ports are which. They manual... well that's a 2 sheet paper insert. I had to go online to find a picture because I wanted to know which 4 pin ports should be used for graphics cards.
Summary: Came in right on time. Was packaged great. I knew what I was doing so it was an easy install. It is modular so if you're looking for that this will do. Cords are really stiff but it's like that most the time so be aware of that. My computer has better wiring now because of the ease of it being modular. The motherboard power cable (PSU to MOTHERBOARD) was in properly.
Great Power Supply, just a little too noisy for me.
20 September 2011
Summary: I purchased this power supply to replace a 750 watt unit in my rig. The 750 was fine, but I did not like running right on the minimum threshold of my power consumption. This is a very well built unit. If you are concerned with aesthetics, the 1200AX is a very nice looking addition to your rig. It is fully modular. This makes it easier to route cables and keep the inside of your case neat and cool. The cable rapping is done very well and looks nice.
Great AX750 PSU! Needs a longer EPS/ATX12V CPU cable
Another User, Amazon
19 July 2011
Summary: I bought the AX750 almost a month ago, tested it with a PSU tester and a Multi Meter. It worked perfectly. For anyone who is shopping for a PSU, please test your PSU with a tester or multimeter as it's not uncommon for them to run under the listed wattage or over, or even worse, getting a PSU that doesn't work. The sooner you know the condition of your PSU, the less likely you'll run along problems later down the road of your PC shutting off on its own etc.
Summary: Bought this supply for a new build. It does everything it needs to. Energy consumption is very low and efficiency is high. Only regret is not buying a larger wattage for adding extra components in the future.
Pros: Modular, 80 Plus Gold
Cons: Some cables are too short, Some cables are too long, Price
Summary: Even though there was a constant buzz coming from the unit I purchased, with the high level customer service response I received from Corsair am not too worried. I'll just RMA the unit I have and use my backup PSU.
Pros: 80+ gold PSU, Fully modular, High quality sleeving, Corsair warranty and great customer service
Cons: Extremely annoying buzzzzz coming from the unit I purchased (compared to my HX650 this thing is loud). Nothing that an RMA won't fix...only problem is that I have to pay to ship it the PSU to Corsair.