Corsair AX760 PSU review -
We think it's great, you can see the PSU is 100% modular. Lots and lots of connections. Even the ATX power header can be detached. The benefit of a modular cable design obviously allows you to use only the cables that you really need. Keeping things tidy and clean inside that PC.
And yeah as you can see, a product with fairly normal length with its 16 cm - it's complete dimensions are 5.9"(W) x 3.4"(H) X 6.3"(L); 150mm(W) x 86mm(H) x 160mm(L).
See the button on the top, right? That's a hybrid mode switch where you can select whether or not you want the fan active all the time or simply use the hybrid mode where it'll shutdown up-to 70% load. The PSU remains so cool that we easily can recommend to leave it in Hybrid mode, or Zero RPM mode as Corsair prefers to calls it.
At the top you'll stumble into a fan -- silent enough, 120 mm. A silent quality fan (double ball bearing). Noise levels still remain low even when fan speeds starts at high load, a quality 120mm San Ace fan from Sanyo Denki is being used.
And check that out, that's 63A on the single 12V rails alone -- nice. In theory this PSU could hold three GeForce GTX 670 cards or Radeon HD 7950 card. Albeit for 760 watt range we say, two way multi-GPU should be your maximum as you need some reserves for other peripherals, and overclocking on the CPU and GPUs as well.
The AX Series conforms to ATX12V v2.31 and EPS 2.92 standards, and is backward compatible with the ATX12V 2.2 and ATX12V 2.01 standards. It accepts universal AC input from 90V - 264V. Safety approvals include cTUVus, CE, CB, FCC Class B, TÜV, CCC, and C-tick.
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