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Monday, 04 May 2009 23:22

Corsair prepares new HX series PSUs

Written by Slobodan Simic

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750W model pixellized

The guys
from Corsair were kind enough to send us a picture of their new HX power supply which should hit retail by the end of May. This 750W model will be launched together with another one which should have even more power, as Corsair already has 520W, 620W and 1kW HX series PSUs.

The new models will have flat modular cables, at least 80Plus Bronze certification and seven years of warranty. We mentioned that the other model should be even more powerful and we guess that it will end up somewhere between the 750W and 1kW units. As you can see from the picture below, it will have at least one PCI-Express connector (if not more), while the main 24-pin is not modular, but of course sleeved.

The HX series is well known for its stability and high efficiency, and we are quite glad that Corsair decided to fill the gap between the 620W and the 1kW models.

Corsair is telling us that the 750W unit should be available by the end of May.

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