Summary: Got this a day early, came protected with bubble packaging (not to be confused with bubble wrap) the cables are all a sleek black, nothing came damaged. I plugged it into an old Dell XPS 420 that had a dead PSU for a test, it revived the 8 year old system with no problems. Plan on getting a cheap one for that though. This beauty of a PSU is meant for my main rig I'm in the middle of building.
Summary: I would recommend this product to anyone who is interested in building new or just upgrading old computers. Comes with more than enough power cables and you can select which cables to use and which cables to leave out, freeing up clutter inside the case allowing more air flow to keep your system cooler. Installing was a breeze and only took about 30 minutes total (case dismantling and old power supply removal included in this time).
Summary: Compact and modular this psu is great when on a budget! I read other reviews complaining about the flat cables and I can see them being annoying but they werent that much of a issue. However the friggin 24 pic connection a major pain in the @#$.
Summary: I switched to this power supply because my SFX power supply from Silverstone was not passing the bar. My GTX 760 just wanted too much power for the single daisy chained cable on the SX-600G. This would result in a system reboot when the graphics card was under load. When I first got the RM 750 I was worried because to avoid a cable mess, I had to use the daisy chained cable again.
Summary: Bought this PSU 2 months ago to reemplace coolermaster GX 750w, after two months of use everything was ok, then my PC started shuting down itself randomly without warning, now I am not even able to start the PC, PSU enters in a loop of turn on and after 2 seconds it shuts down again, tried using my old psu and the PC works like a charm, im so sad this psu failed me since the item is new and I live in Venezuela/South America and can't pay the high cost of shipping just to...
Short unexpected life only lasted slightly less than one year.
R. J. Bollard "Walking man", Amazon
16 February 2015
Summary: It was great while it worked but only worked for one year, shipped Feb. 11th 2014. Replaced it with the same product as it is the only one that fits my case, delivered February 12th 2015. Will contact customer service as the unit has a five year warranty, will update this review after dealing with the RMA process with Corsair. Worked great while it worked but would expect to get more use than this out of a gold certified power supply.
Summary: This is a fantastic power supply. In fact, I overclocking a Z97 UD5K Gigabyte mother board with a 750ti graphics card and two dvds, three hds, and a ssd, and the power supply runs so cool, the fan hasn't even come on. The only gripe I have is the cables. They are flat which is good to route under and around in the case, but thick and very stiff which makes them difficult to work with - plus I seem to have some trouble with them staying connected at the power supply.
First computer built in almost 15 years. This is ...
11 February 2015
Summary: First computer built in almost 15 years. This is an average or 5 stars for most of the product and 2 stars...for the ATX power connectors. Very tight and took a lot of pain and suffering to get it plugged in correctly. I am told it is common to most connectors these days Cooler Master Elite 110, Asrock FM2-a88x-itx, 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance Pro, AMD a10-7850k, Corsair h80i.
Summary: I truly appreciate the modular aspect of it - allowed me to skip on a number of cables I did not need. The only complaints are that it is not entirely silent (a very slight buzz with the case open) and that the cables are rather stiff and makes routing them through the case's grommets a little tough. The CPU power cable is rather short (the header is at the very top of the mother board) and had to run it separately and with very little length to spare.