Corsair CX600M PSU review -
And check that out, that's 46A on the single 12V rails alone -- that's pretty nice actually. In theory this PSU could hold two GeForce GTX 760 cards or Radeon HD 7950 cards. Albeit for a 600 watt range PSU we say, one GPu should be your maximum as you need some reserves for other peripherals, and overclocking on the CPU and GPUs as well.
The CX 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. And as you can see, the CX600M shoves all of its 12V power down a single rail, which can deliver up to 46A (552W), that is 92 percent of the total continuous capacity actually. Again, not bad for a 60 bucks PSU.
When it comes to wiring we feel that there are enough connectors for a budget to mainstream level PSU but sure ... it's not a lot, have a look at the supplied connectors, all with decent length by the way. The ATX motherboard connector is 600mm, the Molex and SATA power cables 750mm, the 8-pin CPU ATX power connector is at a great length of roughly 680mm.
Finally the the PCIe graphics connectors reach a good 75 cm as well. You receive only two of these though. Overall the cables have very decent length. Next to the modular cables the package includes zip ties, a set of bolts, a chassis badge, a power cord, a user's manual, a warranty guide, and hey, a PSU as well.
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