Pros: Nice while it lasted for nine months. I am NOT happy. Too bad I cannot rate this zero eggs.
Cons: I do not recommend this psu by Corsair the CX750. It died on me a few days ago. I looked up my Newegg packing list and was shocked to see I purchased this in Dec. of 2014. This is not good value. Even if you purchase this at a low price, what good is this psu? I just bought a new psu that cost ar...
Summary: I just installed this 750 watt version into my new rig, which draws 510 watts at peak. Everything was set up and working fine, and then 4 days in it sparks, emits smoke, and dies. Paper clip test failed, basically dead after a few days of use. Not quite DOA, but very close.
Pros: Cheap, when on sale. Highest amount of wattage I could get for 60 dollars.
Cons: Non-modular, broke after 4 days. Incredibly unreliable and costs far too much of my own money to ship this bulky product back to either Newegg or Corsair.
Summary: Noise cancelling headphones can cover up the sound but it is quite noticeable when not wearing them.
Pros: It works and the price is OK.
Cons: I returned the first one I received due to an annoying coil whine at idle; it sounded like a high pitch beeping with occasional scratching. The replacement I received has the same problem, and is sometimes louder than the old one. I also had to pay over $60 CAD for shipping to and from Corsair fo...
Pros: Have had this psu for about 7 months now an have run into zero problems. I got mine for about 70 bucks with a coupon code so that made it even more worth it. Has enough power for both of my gpu's, my 4 drives (3 stripped from older pc's) and my 95w cpu.
Cons: It's retail price of 90 dollars is a bit much for it not being even semi-modular but Iv'e never seen this product on site with no coupon code or mir so that's not too much of a problem. Besides, the psu is the piece of your pc you really don't want to skimp out on.