PCIe 6+2-Pin Connectors
Molex 4-Pin Connectors
- 136 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build "Team (Blood)Red-Black" Ryzen/Vega Freesync2 gamer
Very well built. Absolutely no issues. Only time I heard the fan come one was when I was bench testing my machine, I think, maybe....haha, all the other fans where moving top speed so not sure. Provided cables are nice. Fully black, nice but a little stiff. I replaced mine with a Cable kit from cable mods and works no problem. Not much to say, did my research, found out what worked for me and finally ended up with this unit. No complaints, worked as expected.
- 49 points
- 2 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 3600 & Radeon RX 5700
For the PSU I was looking for something that was of a high quality, fully modular, 750W, and had two EPS connectors (the 8-pin PSU connector). This one checked all those boxes. I was hoping to use my existing CX600, but decided against it as it wasn’t fully modular, was a bit lower wattage than I wanted, and I would need to be swapping power supplies between two systems while I was getting the new one all setup. In truth, I could have run a 550W PSU, but wanted some extra buffer as I felt the PSU is something that could last me through a few iterations of my current build.
Happiness with purchase: 8/10 - I really like the unit, though I wasn’t expecting at first to shell out the cash for a PSU, and I bought it about $20 more than what I would have liked to, since it was a last minute purchase.
- 40 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Black & White: An awesome all-rounder
A truly great PSu. Almost silent all the time. 2x EPS connectors. Plenty of power, and very well reviewed by Jonny Guru. In the UK these are much cheaper than the EVGA units with similar spec.
- 24 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Minesweeper 2077
Seems to be a fan favorite on PCPP and can’t go wrong with Corsair. Figured I would need a 750W PSU to give me comfortable room for overclocking my parts. This is newest version of the RM 750x and it ended up being cheaper than the older version – seemed like a killer deal. While I didn’t end up using most of the cables that came with the PSU, they are of excellent quality.
- 14 points
- 7 months ago
from completed build 1440p RGB Build 2019 (Meshify C Dark, 7700k, GTX 1070)
Who needs the RMi series?
- 13 points
- 18 days ago
from completed build First RGB + Ryzen build
Reliable PSU, no problem so far
- 13 points
- 16 days ago
from completed build "Monochromatic" - 2nd Personal Build ($2.5K CAD/$1.9K USD)
Absolutely love this PSU, the amount of value it brings at its price point compared to its competitors goes beyond all of them especially if you can get it on a sale like I did. I specifically went with this because I wanted the CableMod C-Series cables and not regular extensions just to make my life easier and it worked well!
My only complaints would be it's a little hard to insert and remove cables compared to EVGA PSU's I've worked with before, it doesn't quite have that snap or click if you're using the included cables but I didn't have this issue when using CableMod cables. Also, a "ECO" mode button at the back would be a nice addition for the future.
- 12 points
- 11 months ago
from completed build 8700K 2018
New PSU from Corsair. Silent. Goes ON with a click. Goes OFF with a click. I will give it 5 stars but only time will tell if it's really quality unit or not.
- Intel Core i5-8600
- GeForce GTX 1070 Ti
- AMD Ryzen 5 2600
- Radeon RX VEGA 56
- AMD Ryzen 5 2600 (@4GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1070 Ti