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[TPU] Corsair TX750 V2 750W Review

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It’s common true that Corsair enjoys a huge success in almost every product category they enroll. Many factors contribute in this success but the most compelling, for sure, is the high quality they try to keep at all of their products. This of course applies to their PSU series and although they do not count many years in this field, Corsair’s name now days is among the top PSU brands.

Recently they updated the TX PSU series that counted almost 3 years of life and presented the TX V2 one. With this change they dumped CWT and returned again to their favorite OEM, Seasonic. The PSUs of TX V2 series, as the ones of the original TX series, use a non modular design and promise high efficiency, tight voltage regulation, low ripple and noise and the most important of all an affordable price. Today we will review the TX750 V2 and find out if the afore-mentioned promises are real.
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Corsair/TX750_V2/

Looks like a decent unit for the price!
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Interesting. I really like the reviews that crmaris does.
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I don't thing Corsair has a "favorite" OEM. CWT and SeaSonic are about 50/50 and there isn't an obvious trend like CWT being for low end and SeaSonic for high end. In fact, until the AX and TXv2 series I would have wagered that they were going to drop or at least marginalize their SeaSonic products, since everything they were coming out with was from CWT and their old SeaSonic units were being discontinued at a rapid rate. But it turns out that's not the case.
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