Corsair AX860i PSU review -
Below an overview of the cables yet also the LINK module. This sits in-between the PSU and the an internal USB motherboard connector. We'll show you some LINK related stuff in a separate chapter though.
When it comes to wiring we feel that there are enough connectors for this model, have a look at the supplied connectors, all with decent length by the way. The ATX motherboard connector is 60~65CM, the Molex and SATA power cables 70 to 85 CM, the 8-pin CPU ATX power connector is at a great length of roughly 60 cm and the PCIe graphics connectors reach a lovely 60 to 75 cm as well.
And last but not least, the PSU all opened up. This is not an update, its an completely overhauled PSU opposed to the previous AX series. DSP-controlled, real-time voltage regulation helps ensure that your valuable components receive clean, stable power. It seems that Flextronics remains the OEM behind the product.
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