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Corsair CS750M

Corsair CS750M Review – We’ve reviewed quite a number of Corsair power supplies over the past few months, and the company, known for their PC components and accessories have sent us yet another power supply unit to play around with in the form of the Corsair CS750M. The CS750M is a semi-modular PSU, with all but the motherboard power cables detachable, which allows you to pick and choose whichever cables you want and need to use. The CS series was built for low to mid-range PC builds, but fret not, as during our tests, it was able to power an NVIDIA GTX 780 Ti and even an ASUS Poseidon graphics card in a proper PC setup.

Corsair CS750M, Affordable And Efficient Energy Source

 

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Corsair CS750M

On the PSU itself are several ports, including ones meant for PCIe and SATA power, as well as legacy devices such as optical disc drives and floppy drives. If you so need them. These include two ports for PCIe and four ports for SATA and other legacy cables. We’d complain about the lack of PCIe power ports, but considering that this isn’t meant to be used for more than a dual-GPU configuration, we’ll take it as such. 80 Plus Gold rating PSUs are aplenty in this day and age, but what the CS750M has above the competition is that it is also rated to support Intel’s latest range of Haswell processors, which have a new Deep Sleep mode which only uses very little power, in some cases, negligible to other PSUs, which causes them to shut down. During our tests, we find that the PSU remained silent throughout various usage scenarios, which is a huge plus as we are sure that many people would like to have their PCs stay quiet regardless if they’re doing work or are playing games.

The Corsair CS750M is a great PSU to consider if you’re building a PC that’s going to be used for both work and play, and don’t want to be bothered too much by things like overclocking and such. That said, it is also powerful enough to support some of the best components money can buy in the market, so you don’t need to worry about there not being enough power for your PC.

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Good performance

Cons

  • Not fully modular

Corsair CS750M Specifications

  • Type: lntel ATX 12V V2.4
  • Input Voltage: 100-240Vac
  • MTBF: 100,000 hours
  • Fan: 120mm
  • Price  136.68 $

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