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Got the corsair RM 650 added to my build


Edited by Kainward - 3/13/14 at 3:05pm
post #3342 of 9619
Hmm
Edited by RX7-2nr - 3/13/14 at 3:57pm
post #3343 of 9619
@rx7-2nr I heard they're really good, for price and performance
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When I typed that I think I was thinking of another model. I can't remember for sure so I edited my post. I remember reading a recent review of some new Corsair PSU and they were very underwhelmed by it.
post #3345 of 9619
Wanna ask, for those that used extensions or psu sleeved cables, how you make your 24-pin and 8-pin look so neat at the connector area at the mobo? Meaning to say all the cables look balanced, not like some are long, some are short,
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@rx7-2nr I heard they're really good, for price and performance

There is a thread that has some info on the RM series of power supplies

http://www.overclock.net/t/1455892/why-you-should-not-buy-a-corsair-rm-psu
    
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post #3347 of 9619
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Wanna ask, for those that used extensions or psu sleeved cables, how you make your 24-pin and 8-pin look so neat at the connector area at the mobo? Meaning to say all the cables look balanced, not like some are long, some are short,

Check out the cable sleeving gallery thread and you will be amazed at what you can do sleeving your own cables. It looks awesome and you feel great doing it. I know cause I just finished my 24 pin and 8 pin motherboard connectors.
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@ Chomuco I did check it also, no chance. But I did write to Corsair and they want to see invoice. I did attach picture and waiting for ther reply smile.gif They'll send me left side panel at 24 March, may be they'll send it too smile.gif

@15goudreau where is that thread? (cable sleeving gallery thread)

thanks.


you mean this one: http://www.overclock.net/t/662039/cable-sleeving-gallery-discussion
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After weeks of research, reading this thread and many more from first page to last and countless youtube videos then getting all the different bits from loads of different stores my build is finally complete....

Firstly we have a before pic
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and now after

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Still need to tweak some of the fan and settings tho as its abit noisey still
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post #3350 of 9619
Hey guys, What is a good fan controller that will not kill the look of the 750D?
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