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Corsair RM750
9.4 out of 10

Corsair RM750

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Overall 10
10

Great Upgrade

mpruner, B&H Photo
6 days ago
  • Excerpt: Perfect upgrade for my computer. Needed the ability to add an additional cable for a new graphics card and this fit the bill.
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Overall 10
10

Runs Silent and plenty of power

Tim M., Newegg
7 March 2016
  • Pros: Price was decent. It looks amazing. It runs silent. The Modular aspect of it was very very nice. I only buy corsair PSUs. I have built 7 gaming PCs in the last 4 years. 3 for myself, 4 for Friends and my brother. I have never once had an issue with any of them. Corsair makes the best PSUs in my o...
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
10

Awesome Power Supply!

Vincent D., Newegg
6 March 2016
  • Summary: Best to get this power supply when it is on sale.
  • Pros: -Price -Easy to install -Super Quiet
  • Cons: -None so far
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Overall 10
10

Great looking, reliable, great company.

Anonymous, Newegg
26 January 2016
  • Pros: I've been using Corsair PSUs for years -- in fact own several rigs that have been running almost all day, almost every day, for well over five years, and never experienced any problems.
  • Cons: They should provide molex/case-fan adapters with the PSUs.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent PSU

David H., Newegg
26 January 2016
  • Summary: Great power supply for the money. Love the full modularity of the unit. I finally have my cable management under control. I plan on getting an R9 390X, so I wanted a bit more power.
  • Pros: Fully Modular Quality Wires Gold Certified Efficiency
  • Cons: None so far...
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Overall 10
10

User Review

Anonymous, Newegg
6 January 2016
  • Pros: Very low noise level. Nice flat all black cables. One of the best lookinglooking good quality psu's I have seen.
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
10

An exceptional PSU for those that need better cable management than Non-Modular PSUs

Robert R., Newegg
1 January 2016
  • Summary: I have had no problems with the PSU, as with all the Corsair Products I've purchased so far and still waiting for a new GPU coming up during the week. Overall I'm happy with switching from the TX750 to this PSU.
  • Pros: Easy to setup, provides capable breathing room, Corsair Link Ready, comes with all cables and gave me the opportunity to remove the HDD Cage from my HAF 912.
  • Cons: Only thing is that the wires are not protected effectively, as to my old TX750. But it's not enough to drop an egg from this review.
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Overall 10
10

love it

Anonymous, Newegg
30 December 2015
  • Pros: silent.. no problems.. full modular psu. i love corsair products.. every accessory i know is corsair..
  • Cons: cpu connection port is at the left side, the cable doesnt reach the cpu port on mb.. so you have to flip it fan side down.. its not a big deal.
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Overall 2
2.0

guess i got the 1 bad one

david c., Newegg
11 December 2015
  • Summary: plugged it in with just the main board 1 stick of mem and my vid card posted fine turned it off plugged in 1 dvd drive 3 hard drives and a ssd powered it up smelled burning plastic shut it off my ssd has a big black spot on the backside and now of my other 3 hard disks will spin up 6 years of game...
  • Pros: ...
  • Cons: fried all 4 of my hard drives
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Overall 6
6.0

Great while it lasted...

Todd Y., Newegg
5 December 2015
  • Summary: Corsair used to be at the top of the pile, but seeing as this is the third different Corsair component to fail on me in the last three years, I think it might be time for me to take a break from them...
  • Pros: Fully modular with flat, matte black cables. Great looks. Completely silent, even when the fan spins up... which actually didn't happen very often, running a 4690k@4.2 and GTX 980.
  • Cons: Purchased in September 2014, it ran without a hitch until November 2015, when system interrupts started eating up 70% of my CPU. Simply booting up or opening a browser would throw a half-dozen drivers into convulsions. A few weeks of xperf, LatencyMon, and countless hours of frustration later, th...
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