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.
Pros: PSU works just as advertised, great price for a great product, was initially concerned about the fact that it was a refurbished one but at the moment it has been performing fine and is running without issue
Cons: provided cables are a little stiff, i was using custom cables but if you use the included cables be aware that they are not the highest quality cables.
Summary: This only has a single fan. I doubt you will ever pull enough power out of 750w to need two fans, but it is just an other thought I had.
Pros: Gold+ Standard, awesome stability, great product! The cables provided are all very well designed and excellent quality. The built in fan is quite and very efficient. This is a great 750w power supply1
Summary: The cables can be a little stiff to bend, but once you get use to working with them it gets easy.
Pros: I have owned this power supple for over 6 months now and I am very happy I went with the corsair RM750. It is ridiculously quiet and efficient. at idle the fan doesn't even spin and when it does I can't hear even with my ear right next to the fan intake. The modular flat cables make cable managem...
Summary: Another solid power supply by Corsair. Built like a Tank with efficient, clean power delivery. Your really cant go wrong here. I Highly recommend Corsair power supplies and this one is no exception!
Pros: Solid, Clean power delivery, under load Cool running Quiet (the fan barley kicks on under full load with a 4790k & 970Gtx) Built like a rock Sleeved cables Really efficient per Watt Corsair Link can be cool (sometimes?)
Cons: Cable connectors are Really hard to insert and need an uncomfortable amount of force to completely seat into the power supply and motherboard connectors, etc. At least you know they are not going anywhere? I also find the cables are really hard to manipulate. they are crazy stiff. as long as you ...