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Corsair TX750 PSU Review Comment Thread

Wankerfx

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Great review! This PSU has amazing performance, looks slick, and retails at an affordable price.

Damn you SKY! I really want to buy this PSU now, but I can't. :doh:
 

BALISTX

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Great review SKY. This just like all of Corsairs PSUs are great. I had a VX550 and I would for sure by another Corsair PSU.
 

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Nice Review , I also have a Corsair psu , the 620hx I love it never had a single problem.
 

sswilson

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Looking for a recommendation SKYMTL.

If you were chosing between this or the PC P&C 750W and money wasn't an object which would you chose?
 

SKYMTL

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Depends if your wanted quiet operation or not.
 

sswilson

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Depends if your wanted quiet operation or not.
Let's assume I'm half deaf anywise, and I hide my computer away from the rest of the family so it doesn't bother them. (Remember.... I'm still running my DFI P965-S without any complaints...... :) ).
 

jonnyGURU

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Hmm...

The Corsair TX750W is rated at 50°C.

The Silencer 750W is rated at 40°C.

Both about the same build quality, efficiency, etc.

Not sure I'd side with the PCP&C on that one. :biggrin:
 

SKYMTL

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With either of his systems, I can't see either PSU getting that hot....

But you do have a point.
 

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