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Old 30-04-14, 03:04 PM
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Corsair AX1500i Power Supply Review



We give you a quick look at Corsair's latest and greatest high end power supply - the AX1500i!


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Old 30-04-14, 03:30 PM
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Well, if you have a quad GPU set up then this looks like the PSU to get. You can't go wrong with a Corsair PSU, 99.9% efficiency is pretty damn good.
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Old 30-04-14, 03:45 PM
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That looks like an absolute beast of a system you have running on that psu!
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Old 30-04-14, 05:38 PM
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Now that's a HOT system, put intended in both performance and heat generation. Waiting on the R295x2 review to see how hot the Rad's actually got. You mentioned it in the video. I can't imagine having 2 of those cards in my system at $1600 or so apiece.
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Best thing about that review... TTL's Tshirt! Excellent!

Where the hell did you get that as I need one asap!
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Old 30-04-14, 07:04 PM
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Best thing about that review... TTL's Tshirt! Excellent!

Where the hell did you get that as I need one asap!
Amazingly it came from the USA!
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Old 30-04-14, 07:20 PM
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I love this product. I have absolutely no need for one and yet I want it!
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Old 30-04-14, 10:00 PM
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Brilliant review TTL, many thanks.
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Old 30-04-14, 10:51 PM
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So my mind goes like...do i need to Upgrade from my MaxRevo1350 to this??

Or is it not as good as it looks like?? Help Mr. Guvnor^^
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Awesome review, it actual;ly made me check my Corsairlink software to see my power loads in and out as I have never ever checked it lol. Just under 650 watts on my dual HD7970's on a Corsair Ax1200i. Yes probably an overkill where the psu is concerned but I need the high amps on the 12v as my old 850psu just could not cope with the crossfired cards, worked ok when not linked but would freeze in less than 15 seconds when crossfired.

A pricey investment but hell, like TTL said if you are going to spend a lot of money on graphics cards and whatnot then don't compromise on the psu.

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