Corsair CX750 750W
Release period
Release Period- Aug-2012
Corsair CX750 750W Review

CX Series™ power supply units are an excellent choice for basic system builds and desktop PC computer upgrades. CX Series PSUs are available in a variety of power configurations, and include features that are normally found only on premium power supplies.


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Corsair CX750 750W Technical Specifications
Capacity
Frequency
Input Voltage
+3.3V Amps
+5V Amps
+12V Amps
How Many +12V
Depth
Width
Height
Power Capabilities
750 Watts
47Hz - 63Hz
90V - 264V
25 Amps
25 Amps
62 Amps
1 +12V Rails
15 cm
14 cm
8.6 cm
Localisation
24Pin Connector
4+4Pin CPU Connector
8Pin Connector
6Pin Connector
4Pin Connector
SATA Connector
Fan Size
Modular
Silent
PSU Features
4
4
0
8
120mm
8.5
Corsair CX750 750W Extras
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This PSU is honestly overkill for most systems since it is 750 WATTS, but if you have any spare money it does not hurt to have some extra "wattage" in your pc :)

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