Corsair RM750x Power Supply

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Think Computers just published a review of the Corsair RM750x 750W power supply. If a new PSU is in the cards, give this review a look.

The RMx series is engineered to deliver extremely tight voltage control and quiet operation. These power supplies are made for high performance PCs where reliability is essential. The RMx series is comprised of the RM550x, RM650x, RM750x, RM850x, and RM1000x. So no matter what you have in your system Corsair has a RMx series power supply for you! Today we are taking a look at the RM750x or 750W unit in the series."
 

LigTasm

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Corsair just has me stumped lately with so many different lines to choose from.
 

zaniix

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I have the RM1000x it is identical to the RMi1000 with 7 year warranty minus the Link support and the fan it uses is the same as the RM series.

It seems like a solid choice
 

Mackan

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I have the RM1000x it is identical to the RMi1000 with 7 year warranty minus the Link support and the fan it uses is the same as the RM series.

It seems like a solid choice

Fan is not the same. RMi uses FDB fan, RMx a Rifle bearing fan. FDB supposed to be slightly better.
 

Tsumi

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From what Jonnyguru have said in the past, rifle bearings have the advantage that are much quieter than the DBB. ( http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/threads/corsair-hxi-series-1000-w.204481/ )
Not sure when it comes to compare rifle bearing Vs FDB though :confused:

From what I remember, FDB is a mixed bag of really a lot of different bearing types, although pretty much all of them have their roots in sleeve bearings. Rifle bearings are a type of FDB.

Here is a fairly good quick article on the matter: http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/the-truth-about-fluid-dynamic-bearing-fdb-fans/
 
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