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tx750 v2 or ax750?

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Both are on sale on NCIX.

I price matched the tx750, got them for 103. Sale the next day for 99.99.
AX is sale for 150. Pay 50 more for the ax modular? imo it's a pretty good deal. AX750 being 150.

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If you're willing to pay more, the AX is a no-brainer.

Also, if it gets in stock : http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817116011&cm_re=hale90-_-17-116-011-_-Product

That's a great unit.
Edited by TheStealthyOne - 4/21/11 at 2:50pm
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Depends what you care about. Both are quality units, The Tx750V2 is fully wired (meaning you have a crapload of wires everywhere) while the AX750 is fully modular. The TX750 is Bronze rated, the AX gold rated.

That's the main difference, aside from the idea that a gold rated unit uses slightly superior components, you'll likely notice little difference in your computing experience, and both will probably last through their (5 year) warranty period. The AX might allow for slightly more overloading without complaining and higher peak, but no promises there. So what's worth $50 to you?
Edited by ocpokey - 4/21/11 at 3:22pm
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