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Corsair RMx Series, RM750x, 750W, Fully Modular Power Supply, 80 PLUS Gold Certified
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- 80 PLUS Gold certified: High efficiency operation for less excess heat and lower operating costs
- 100% All Japanese 105 capacitors: Premium internal components ensure solid power delivery and long term reliability
- Zero RPM Fan Mode: Virtually silent operation at low and medium loads
- Fully Modular: Make your builds and upgrades easy, with clean, great-looking results
- 10 year warranty, 6th generation Intel Core processor Ready (Intel Skylake and Z170 motherboards)
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Gold-Certified Efficiency and Tight Voltage Regulation for Superior Performance
Corsair RMx series power supplies give you extremely tight voltage control, quiet operation, Gold-certified efficiency, and a fully modular cable set. Built with all Japanese 105°C capacitors, they’re a great choice for high performance PCs where reliability is essential. 80 PLUS Gold efficiency reduces operating cost and excess heat, and Zero RPM fan mode ensures virtual silence at low and medium loads. And, the fully modular DC cables make builds and upgrades easy, with clean, great-looking results.
80 Plus Gold Certified
Gold certification ensures high efficiency operation for less excess heat and lower operating costs.
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Corsair RMx series power supplies give you extremely tight voltage control, quiet operation, Gold-certified efficiency, and a fully modular cable set. Built with all Japanese 105 capacitors, they're a great choice for high performance PCs where reliability is essential. 80 PLUS Gold efficiency reduces operating cost and excess heat, and Zero RPM fan mode ensures virtual silence at low and medium loads. And, the fully modular DC cables make builds and upgrades easy, with clean, great-looking results. Customer Service / Tech support: 1-888-222-4346 opt. 1
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The RM series doesn't turn on the fan as long as the computer is using less than 40% of the power output. This means, unless you're beating the heck out of your machine with Maya 3-D modeling or using the entire Adobe Creative Suite at the same time, you will hear NO NOISE from your power supply. I selected this power supply for a whisper-silent build using a NZXT H630 Case, Nexus fans, and a Cooler Master Hyper 212 CPU cooler along with SSDs, so I wanted quiet. The RM series does not disappoint.
CONTINUOUS 80 PLUS POWER
When you're selecting a power supply, it is absolutely CRITICAL that you select a supply with a CONTINUOUS power rating, not a PEAK power rating. Continuous means the power supply delivers its power rating the entire time it's on with no dipping. Peak power ratings mean that the power supply can hit that power rating briefly, but cannot sustain that power delivery. If you're talking about gaming video cards and/or running lots of drives, you want continuous power. 80-Plus certification means the power supply runs efficiently, doing the best it can to use as little power as necessary so your utility bills don't skyrocket.
I've been using "modular" power supplies for a few years now, and I've discovered that modular can mean different things to different manufacturers. Some manufacturers believe that modular means that the accessory plugs can be added and taken away, but your main cables such as mobo power and at least one 6-pin power rail are going to permanently attached to the power supply. Not so with the Corsair RM series. You can pick and choose exactly what you want to run off the power supply.
Why is this a big benefit? For the majority of users, it's not. Sure, it's cool to fully customize your power supply, but if it's the only PSU in the box, you'll want to run the mobo power cables, for sure. Where fully modular PSUs are neat is in options: imagine you want to run a triple or quad SLI/Crossfire rig with four SSDs in RAID with four 3TB/4TB HDDs for data? You're going to need a TON of power, possibly more than a single power supply can deliver, but, you won't need two power supplies delivering power to the mobo. Now, you can run two PSUs with only one delivering power to the mobo while the other delivers power to all the HDDs, for example.
The Corsair RM Series is quite possibly the best solution on the market currently for power users who don't want to sacrifice silence for performance. The RM series truly gives the best of all worlds by offering quiet, consistent power at a truly reasonable price.
I was frankly biased to this maker to ensure compatible cable lengths for my unusual case choice.
"Modular" is the thing. Don't hassle with 5000 cables you don't need.
Quiet. The fan shuts completely off when not needed.
Efficient. 90% efficient @50% load. That's what "80+Gold" means. 80+Bronze is 80% efficient at 50% load.
Nicely packaged with all necessary doo-dads.
All the cables were long enough to reach all parts of my "Inverted ATX" case.
Another Corsair USB Link Cable. How many spare USB headers do they think I should have? As it so happens, I have a Corsair case and it also needs a USB header for the front ports. It's quite a problem as I only have two USB headers on the board.
There is no PSU Fan tachometer cable for your motherboard so Link is the only way you know the PSU Fan speed
Really pleased with this complete turnkey system-build I got to go with it...fast, fast, and quiet (all reviewed):
Intel 7th Gen Intel Core Desktop Processor i7-7700K (BX80677I77700K)
Gigabyte Aorus Motherboard GA-Z270X-Gaming 7 LGA1151 2-Way SLI ATX DDR4 Motherboard
Kingston Technology HyperX FURY 64 GB Kit CL15 DIMM DDR4 2400
Samsung 960 EVO Series - 1TB PCIe NVMe - M.2 Internal SSD (MZ-V6E1T0BW)
Corsair H115i Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
Corsair RM750i, 750 Watt (750W), Fully Modular Power Supply, 80+ Gold Certified
Corsair Carbide Quiet 600Q Inverse ATX Full Tower Case
All this stuff is *happening*, and it actually works . Together. At the same time ( some have "been around" for a while, just not fully operational). I haven't seen this much technology emerge at once since: PCs were invented...yes, that long.
A whole new generation of processors: 7th gen: Skylake and now Kaby-Lake with better video and power management.
A motherboard Chipset Z-270 to support it, and especially M.2.
M.2 NVMe data buss for SSD. Not new, but the hardware couldn't unleash it; 6-10 times faster than SATA 6gb
Thunderbolt is the future. Type C connector: 40Gb/s speed. Upto 100W power. 1 port = 6 devices + 4K DisplayPort,
Samsung V-Nand technology making high capacity SSD's faster and smaller. 1" x 3" x 1/4" ...is a 1 TB SSD that mounts on your motherboard.
USB 3.1 Gen 2 with more power and higher speeds - external drives as fast or faster than internal drives
UEFI BIOS making setup and support much safer and faster and providing incorruptible secure boot services.
Finally, the video card revolution. i.e. Cuda Cores being widely adopted and platform software is increasingly taking advantage of the ++,000-core parallel processing super-computer available there together with the many Gigabytes of superfast 128-bit GDDR5 RAM.