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Wednesday, 17 October 2007 11:40

Corsair announces new series of PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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New TX series for PC enthusiasts and gamers

 

Corsair has announced the launch of its new TX series of power supplies.

The new TX series will be available in two varieties, as both a 650W and 750W model. Both feature a single +12V rail, efficiency higher than 80 percent and 99 percent Active PFC. The 750W model is cooled by a thermally controlled double ball-bearing 140mm fan, while the 650W model has a standard 120mm fan.

The 750W model features a maximum load of 60A on the +12V rail, while the 650W has 52A. Both models feature one ATX 24 pin, one ATX12V 8 pin, eight SATA, eight 4-pin molex and two floppy connectors. The only difference in connectors is that the 750W model will feature four PCI-e connectors while the 650W is left with only two.

According to Corsair, the Corsair TX Series is available immediately, at a suggested retail price of US$179.99 for the 650W model and $199.99 for the 750W model. The lowest price we could find in Europe is €111,21 for the 650W and €131,20 for the 750W model. We couldn't find it in stock yet, but that will change soon.

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