Excerpt: Corsair is continually evolving their lineup of power supplies. Today, I'm looking at one of their latest evolutions to the TX series - the new modular TX750M model. Let's find out if the move to modularity in this series was a good one.
Summary: The new Corsair TX M series looks really good and will definitely satisfy users that are looking for an affordable Corsair PSU but can't get along with the non modular cabling system of the TX V2 units.
Pros: Handled full load flawlessly at 50°C operating temperature, Fairly quiet operation even with full load and at 50°C ambient, Good price/performance ratio, Decent voltage regulation overall, All rails registered controlled voltage drops in Advanced Transient Response Tests, Five year warranty, Quit...
Cons: Lots of hardwired cables. I would like it to have less native and more modular cables, 5V and 3.3V registered high spikes in Advanced Transient Response Tests
Summary: Corsair is clearly defining the market for its new "Enthusiast Series" 750 watt power supply. Now that we know who it is for, surely we know what to expect from it right? Corsair has climbed to the top with a few other brands in a short period of time, let's see if "enthusiast" means the same thing...
Excerpt: A while back, we took a look at Corsair's updated version of the TX850, which turned out to be a pretty fantastic performer. But that's not all Corsair has in store for us. Today I'm looking at the 750W version of this updated Seasonic based platform, and we're going to see what makes it different.
Conclusion: The TX750W is second in command in Corsair's power structure, and it's not a bad product. However, we did have some concerns with this CWT-built power supply, and some of the results support those feelings. The Corsair package and overall appearance is very well done.