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Old 22-06-15, 09:10 AM
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Corsair RMi PSU Review - RM750i & RM1000i



Corsair have launched their new RMi series PSU's with all japcaps, a 7 year warranty and some of the best electrical performance I have ever seen!

Corsair RMi PSU Review - RM750i & RM1000i

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Old 22-06-15, 09:13 AM
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That new colour on the units really nice!
The Ripple is just epic!
Also Tom please don't stack the two psus on that laptop keyboard it's making me feel uncomfortable
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Old 22-06-15, 09:32 AM
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More neutral color scheme compared to AXi units.. fits with more rigs and looks great still, wish they got rid of the logo on the side however. It would look better without it. Currently loading up the vid on the YT.

In before written review too.. c'mon Tom hurry up!

Edit: Nice video as always and these are pretty darn impressive considering their price.. especially those ripple results. Damn those are crazy low. Just finished the video.. that was nearly a 20min conclusion lol
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Old 22-06-15, 11:22 AM
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They seem good, despite the fact they're CWT. At least way better than the "meh" standard RMs.

However, still quite expensive. I've just noticed that here in Italy the prices of Corsair PSUs have skyrocketed, since they are respectively 200-220, 170-180 and ~140 euros for AX760i, HX750i, RM750i.
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Old 22-06-15, 11:49 AM
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Nice review there Tom personally I think you left out if you have a Super Flower it aint worth the ripple hehe my father was in power supplies in the railway network for over 25 years sadly he left the railway just after the potters bar disaster
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Old 22-06-15, 12:03 PM
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Great review Guv, on what is a fantastic PSU for the money. My RM750 is silent or near enough even with two 970s an overclocked 4690k and a plethora of HDD's and SSD's, glad they have gone with a more neutral colour scheme this time around
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Old 22-06-15, 01:43 PM
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Those power supplies are nuts! Nice review Guv and I can see these going into heaps of systems, especially with the MSI Black and White boards and GPU's and for a moment there I thought you were going to say they also get the TTL White Gold award!
That ripple tho.......
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Old 22-06-15, 02:24 PM
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Well looks like i will be upgrading my PSU now
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Old 22-06-15, 04:44 PM
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Those PSU's are epic! Just like the review Tom! Cracking work as always!!
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Old 22-06-15, 05:52 PM
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They seem good, despite the fact they're CWT. At least way better than the "meh" standard RMs.

However, still quite expensive. I've just noticed that here in Italy the prices of Corsair PSUs have skyrocketed, since they are respectively 200-220, 170-180 and ~140 euros for AX760i, HX750i, RM750i.
CWT are awesome, I've been running a HX 850W, the original, since 2009 literally 24/7 in a small hot bedroom which also included a GTX 480 pounding it. I've actually nearly come to the end of my 7 year warranty. CWT are as good as Seasonic in my opinion.
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