Corsair HX750W Power Supply Review

 
 
 
Corsair HX750W Power Supply rated Kickass by 3dGameMan.com

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Review category: Power Supplies
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Corsair HX line of power supplies are currently available in a number of watts; 450, 520, 620, 750, 850 & 1000. The Corsair HX750W Power Supply is considered a higher end model and the results certainly validate that. The approximate maximum peek output of the 3.3/5v rail is 150 watts and the 12v is 744 watts. For most setups the HX750 will do the trick, even some higher end gaming rigs. Watch the video to find out more...


 

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Anonymous

You change my life! Mr. Rodney. I like your revievs with Power Supplies and Cases. And I have advice, please, make reviews with low rate Power Supplies for ex. ( 500W or 600W) because most of the players have those PS.

Cya, to the next review :)

Anonymous

What's the maximum ATi card you would recommend for this PSU. Is a single 5970 too much or is 5870 XFire? I'm not building an extreme rig, but when I do game I want the best bang for my buck.

Anonymous

How many 3 pin cables does it have? I'm getting the cooler master 690 II have I'm adding fans up to 9 or ten, will this power supply hold it all?

DaBears54
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When did PSUs start having 3 pin connectors? Your motherboard is what you should be worried about and not the PSU. Check you motherboard manual by getting the PDF and then read it to see how many fan connectors is has. This PSU should still be strong enough though.