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Anyone have this PSU? Or know anyone that does that can give info on it's reliability/performance? I've heard Corsair makes amazing power supplies, confirm/deny?

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post #2 of 11
I LOVE it! Not modular- but that's agood thing IMO..

Its a single rail- MUCH better than dual or triple rails.... You dont have to worry about rail balancing etc.. Its a ROCK solid PSU. This can power just as much as many 750+ watt power supplies without an issue (Single rail rocks!)

I have read that it's reliable... I love mine but that is a single unit. I got a great deal on it at a microcenter... BEST implse buy EVER (Got it with my quad, upgrading from a hiper 580watt)
post #3 of 11
It's a great PSU I've heard. I love my HX 620, you know it's a quality product with Corsair.
So if you're planning on getting it then I'd so heck yes!

Also if you're interested: Overclock.net review of the Corsair HX 620

Main dif between the tx and hx is the hx is modular and multi-railed
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Originally Posted by christian_piper View Post
Its a single rail- MUCH better than dual or triple rails.... You dont have to worry about rail balancing etc.. Its a ROCK solid PSU. This can power just as much as many 750+ watt power supplies without an issue (Single rail rocks!)
Under normal usage, there is no real difference between a single and multi rail psu. Rail balancing is a non-issue unless you are running some huge power loads such as running a TEC or something. Modern PSUs are designed so the the graphics cards and CPU have their own rails and there is no need to worry about overloading one rail. And what are you saying when it can power as much as a 750+ watt psu? Are you saying it can supply as much power on the 12V rail as a 750 watt multi-rail? Can you site some examples of this? It's a good psu, I'll give you that but please stop spouting this nonsense.

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Originally Posted by Sm3gH3ad View Post
Main dif between the tx and hx is the hx is modular and multi-railed
Well that and they come from different manufacturers .

And to the OP, this a good psu, you can't go wrong with it.
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I have one but I installed it yesterday so I really can't say much. For $86 from buy.com I don't see a reason not to get it. Very quiet and it has enough connections form me.
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yeah I plan on getting this PSU soon, maybe when buy.com has rebates up again in may.
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post #7 of 11
But it doesn't. A good 750w should supply ~60amps.
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i used to swear upon Antecs. After i bought the Corsair HX620W modular PSU, i love it. I like the use-what-u-want-plug in cables, less clutter in your system and makes cable more manageable. i'm not too sure about TX620. Is there a TX model?
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post #9 of 11
I was wrong before, tx650 is from Seasonic. Not sure what I was thinking. The 550 and 750 are CWT, duh.

No there isn't a TX620. There is the hx620 and tx650. The 650 is Corsair's less expensive and non-modular alternative to their 620.
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post #10 of 11
Corsair makes solid PSUs!
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