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Thank you for clarifying the situation.

I've got confused at the beginning by the fact that both of these series have the same price in our stores here. I was pretty sure that the AX/AXi are like "premium" type series so I just wanted to know what is so special about the HX/HXi series.

I guess, now I left with only two choices: get the AX860i unit or the HX1000i for an additional 50$ USD. By taking into account that my current PC upgrade budgets stand at 400$ USD, I'll probably go for the HX1000i.

Also, I heard that one of the Corsair OEMs are Seasonic. Is that true? And if yes, can somebody tell me which Corsair PSU series are made by Seasonic?

 

This is the best that I can do:

 

https://www.overclock.net/t/654983/on-corsair-psus

 

Some of the newer PSUs aren't on this list, but that's nothing a look at professional reviews of those PSUs won't cover. ;)



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