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Old 22-11-12, 12:26 PM
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Corsair AX860i AX760i Video Overview



With Platinum efficiency a new OEM manufacturer Corsair Link control and a new colour scheme just how good can the new AXi's be?


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Old 22-11-12, 12:41 PM
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Wish I'd have waited for this, it's a bit more suitable for my spec D:
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Old 22-11-12, 12:47 PM
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Can anyone clarify...

Does the digital power mean you can set individual molex outputs to 7v/5v for example?
I read that somewhere...

Couldn't find anything to clarify anywhere, but if true, that would mean you could run fans straight off the molex and have them run at lower speeds straight off.
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Old 22-11-12, 01:09 PM
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No mate thats not available for fiddling with in the Link software.
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No mate thats not available for fiddling with in the Link software.
Alright, thanks for the reply
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Awesome! Been waiting for these to come out and get reviewed. As silly as it might be, I just want one of these for the monitor that shows you your current draw and efficiency. The 750 version will more than likely be my next power supply. Just wish they had a 650 watt version but headroom is always good to have.
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Is seasonic also good power supply???Or this is better???
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Old 01-01-13, 01:34 AM
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I am starting to really like Corsair. I mean, every product I had from them performs good right out of the box.

It seems to me that everything they make is just good or better. I like brands like that, unlike some others that are very good in the high price range but crap in the low end.

I even use a CX430 for my server and it powers it 24/7 without ever overheating or anything like that.
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Old 01-01-13, 02:14 AM
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Well ofcourse it doesn't overheat... The heat is cause when the power draw is high. Maybe you've seen computer components that are rated to .. 130W for example (CPU) but you get 220W when you measure the power draw from the wall with a measuring machine and you think that 130W is a lie.. well it's not... cause most of the rest of the power from 130W to 220W turns into heat while the PSU converts Alternating Current (AC) to Direct Current (DC) The smaller this difference is, the more efficient the PSU is.
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