|Item model number||CP-9020188-NA|
|Item Weight||3.52 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||6.3 x 5.91 x 3.39 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||6.3 x 5.91 x 3.39 inches|
|Color||80 PLUS Gold|
|Date First Available||August 16, 2018|
Corsair RMX White Series (2018), RM850x, 850 Watt, 80+ Gold Certified, Fully Modular Power Supply - White, 80 PLUS Gold (CP-9020188-NA)
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- 80+ gold Certified high efficiency operation for lower power consumption less noise and cooler temperatures
- Tuned for Low noise operation a specially set fan curve ensures that even at full load fan noise is kept to a minimum
- Zero rpm fan mode at Low and medium loads the cooling fan switches off entirely for near-silent operation
- 100% all Japanese capacitors premium internal components ensure unwavering power delivery and long-term reliability
- Fully modular flat cables flexible fully modular flat White cables for Easy cable routing
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When I was installing my original PSU, I noticed through the fan grate there was some grey material inside the unit. I guessed it was some sort of thermal paste or something, maybe even protective gel to prevent electrical arcing. The unit was completely factory sealed, never opened - and yet it had this grey, seemingly solidified goop in the bottom. It was a little weird, but I didn't think much of it at the time.
I'll get back to this goop later on in my story.
Corsair's PSUs are rather reputable, and this one features a 10 year warranty. Unfortunately for me, my own power supply died about 2 weeks after installing it in my system. I heard a loud electric crack from my computer, and the entire system immediately shut off. Hitting the power button didn't do anything.
"Oh [censored]" is what exited my mouth, having a PSU die on you is VERY bad. Either only the PSU bit the bullet, or the PSU killed not only itself, but everything that was attached to it. Everything in your computer is connected to the power supply one way or another. Hundreds or thousands of dollars of damage could be on the line.
Fortunately, only my PSU bit the bullet - it didn't kill my entire system. After detaching it from my computer and plugging it into a wall, I hooked it up to my old PC and hit power. The PSU temporarily gave it enough power, but then made a clicking sound - I'm guessing some safety breaker in it was triggered, and the thing shut off.
RMAing the PSU was reasonably easy, however from my experience the only way I could get Corsair to advance my RMA process was by calling their support center. I had to contact them twice on the phone before my RMA request was approved and I was able to ship the PSU to them - on my own dime, mind you. They don't cover the cost of shipping back to them.
I'm aware these large companies have lots of calls and tickets to deal with, but given that my RMA was only pushed along after phoning them twice, and taking nearly an hour in hold time/call time is unacceptable. Perhaps I had my problem during a bad week for Corsair, but the experience was still quite frustrating, especially when a brand new product goes bad.
Fortunately, they shipped a new one to me the day they received my dead PSU - with 1 day expedited shipping! My new PSU was at my door the very next day after the broken one had arrived. So... I guess that makes up for the $17 I spent to ship the dead one back to them.
Upon receiving my new PSU, I again inspected the interior of the unit. To my surprise - no grey goop. I couldn't spot a drop with my eyes and a flashlight. In my previous unit, the one that died, grey goop was painfully obvious, and immediately spotted through the grate. This unit? Not a drop.
Nothing but a click and power for 1/100th of a second with this PSU. Don't let them do to you what they did to me - read the low reviews. Exercise diligence, there are a lot of them. Thankfully my wonderful LGA1366 & supporting actors weren't burned at the stake testing this boat anchor. Buy the SeaSonic.
Computer started rebooting by itself. About 45 minutes to an hour in a cycle. Checked everything out on instal and all good with connections. Power just shutting down. Purchased a power supply from local store and no more issues. This Power supply is a piece of crap. 30 days is all it lasted. I don’t want another one of these and that was my only option.
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The PSU Looks GREAT!
wish the cables were more premium and clean lookin, especially the mess of THe Motherboard power.
i wish the GPU PCI cables were just split, like a 6 pin and an 8 pin.
cause it just doesn't looks great having a premium* package but have 2 pins just dangleing in your case.