Corsair RM Series 750W PSU review: affordable perfection
27 November 2013
Excerpt: Corsair recently introduced its new RM series to succeed the TX line of power supplies. They focus is on silence, according to Corsair, but they should also perform well in other areas and carry an appealing price tag.
Summary: Corsair won’t leave the competition in peace. They keep on releasing new PSU models with nice features to address various market segments. Corsair apparently wants to exploit its creative potential fully, which tends to be good since competition usually benefits consumers first.
Pros: Delivered full power at 45°C, Ultra-quiet operation, Tight enough voltage regulation on all rails, High efficiency, Low ripple at +12V, Semi-passive mode, Fully modular, 5 year warranty, Compatible with the Corsair Link Software (but an extra cable is needed), Modular cables are flat and stealth,...
Cons: Choice of capacitors in the secondary side, The fan engages rather late, Limited functionality of the Corsair Link software because the PSU isn't digitally controlled, 3.3V performance in Advanced Transient Response tests, Corsair Digital Bridge not in the bundle, but including it would raise the...
Corsair RM Series 750W PSU review: betaalbare perfectie
5 December 2013
Excerpt: Corsair introduceerde een tijdje geleden haar nieuwe RM-serie voedingen als opvolger van de bestaande TX-serie. De voedingen zijn volgens Corsair voornamelijk erg stil, maar moeten ook op andere vlakken goed presteren, terwijl de prijs relatief laag is.