Corsair AX760i Digital ATX SMPS- 760 Watt 80 PLUS Platinum Certified Fully-Modular SMPS
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- Digital Signal Processor (DSP) for delivering extremely clean, efficient power with real-time adjustments
- Corsair Link Integration for monitoring and adjustment of performance, noise, and OCP settings
- Dedicated single +12V rail with user-configurable virtual "single rail" and "multi-rail" software modes
- An ultra-quiet, 120mm double ball-bearing fan delivers excellent airflow with exceptionally low noise levels by varying fan speed in response to temperature
- 80 PLUS Platinum certified, delivering up to 92% energy efficiency under real-world load conditions
- Active Power Factor Correction (PFC) with PF value of 0.99
- Universal AC input from 90~264V
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Description for Corsair AX760i Digital ATX SMPS- 760 Watt 80 PLUS Platinum Certified Fully-Modular
Corsair AXi Digital ATX PSU: complete digital control The revolutionary AXi Series PSUs are the first desktop PC power supplies to use digital (DSP) control and Corsair Link to bring you an unprecedented level of monitoring and performance customization. The DSP in the AX760i makes on-the-fly adjustments for incredibly tight voltage regulation, 80 PLUS? Platinum Efficiency, and clean, stable power. Real-time monitoring and control with Corsair Link Put the AX760i under your control by connecting it directly to a USB header on your motherboard with the included cable, or to a Corsair Link Commander (available separately). Then, download the free Corsair Link Dashboard software for unrivaled power supply monitoring and control options.
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Complete Digital Control.
The revolutionary AXi Series PSUs are the first desktop PC power supplies to use digital (DSP) control and Corsair Link to bring you an unprecedented level of monitoring and performance customization. The DSP in the AX760i makes on-the-fly adjustments for incredibly tight voltage regulation, 80 PLUS Platinum Efficiency, and clean, stable power.
Real-time monitoring and control with Corsair Link
Put the AX760i under your control by connecting it directly to a USB header on your motherboard with the included cable, or to a Corsair Link Commander (available separately). Then, download the free Corsair Link Dashboard software for unrivaled power supply monitoring and control options.
Monitor power input and output, efficiency, fan speed, and internal temperature, directly from the Windows based application. Or, take it to the next level and set up and modify fan speed profiles, or even select from virtual “single rail” or “multi-rail” software modes, with selectable OCP points.
Stable and reliable power delivery
DSP-controlled, real-time voltage regulation helps ensure that your valuable components receive clean, stable power.
Less heat and lower operating cost
AX760i's extreme efficiency earns it coveted 80 PLUS Platinum certification. Less wasted power means minimal excess heat. This can reduce the strain on your other components, and it can save you money over the long run in the form of lower power bills.
Quiet operation at low loads
Super-high efficiency has another benefit: silence. The thermally-controlled fan doesn't even spin at low loads. It's ideal if you're building a quiet PC or you just want to reduce the amount of ambient noise in your life.
Easy installation and cable routing, with better airflow
The fully modular cable set allows you to use only the cables you need, and the flat design makes cable routing much easier in tight spaces. You get a clean-looking system build with cables out of the airflow path for efficient space usage that's energy efficient as well.
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|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||16 x 14.99 x 8.64 Centimetres||30.51 x 2.54 x 21.79 Centimetres||39.13 x 22.52 x 15.11 Centimetres||14.99 x 18.03 x 8.61 Centimetres|
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No problem ... Corsair offered to replace it again, if I pay for shipping again. No confidence now so I ask for a refund. No problem they say ... just ship it back (pay for shipping) and they'll refund minus tax. No way will they pay for either ship, the tax, my lost time, the repair shop ... nothing. Finally disgusted I say ok. That was 2 months ago. Still waiting for the refund.
Corsair: never again.
Second one actually worked for about 4 weeks before it stopped working. This will now will only power on for about 1 second, click and then restart in an endless loop.
I placed my 4 year old $30 PSU back in the machine and the PC boots up and works just fine. Currently trying to work with the manufacturer to RMA this one. Not very happy that I have to pay to ship back a defective product.
So instead of emailing the response to me, they email me a notification that there's an update to my ticket. Sign in online again and find the ticket. Every correspondence was the same routine.
So I get an RMA. Now I have the privilege of packing the power supply up and shipping it to them at my cost. So aside from their quality issue causing me time, now I've got to pay for their mistakes too.
The power supply comes with a real classy velvet-like pouch that is useful for, well, holding the spare cables that you didn't need. Maybe they should spend the money on better quality control instead of velvet bags,
In normal operation, it emits some random soft knocking noises (a bit like a mechanical disk head bumping into something, for comparison).
Also, at random times, the fan is loudly kicking off and spinning up briefly like a car would do when the drive revs up the engine at idle.
Finally, the fan spins at full speed on a cold start and upon computer wake, but not on computer restart, go figure...
Since I bought this PSU mostly to get silent operation under low load, that doesn't work at all for me.