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Corsair 750W Enthusiast Series TX750 Modular Power Supply

Mfr#:

CP-9020040-UK

Quicklinx: 7LGLWS00
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Description

Based on the award-winning Enthusiast Series TX V2 line, Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs add a modular cabling system for improved installation flexibility. It provides a great combination of exacting performance standards and affordability.

Specifications

Summary

Product Description
Corsair Enthusiast Series Modular TX750M - power supply - 750 Watt
Device Type
Power supply - active Power Factor Correction (PFC) - internal
Specification Compliance
ATX12V 2.31/ EPS12V 2.92
80 PLUS Certification
80 PLUS Bronze
Localisation
United Kingdom
Input Voltage
AC 90-264 V
Output Voltage
+3.3, +5, ±12 V
Power Capacity
750 Watt
Output Connector(s)
1 x power 24 pin ATX , 1 x power 8 pin EPS12V , 8 x 4 PIN internal power , 8 x 15 pin Serial ATA power , 2 x 4 PIN mini-power connector
Cooling System
140 mm fan
Included Accessories
Cable ties, mounting kit
Dimensions (WxDxH)
15 cm x 16 cm x 8.6 cm
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years warranty


Detail

General

Device Type
Power supply - active Power Factor Correction (PFC) - internal
Specification Compliance
ATX12V 2.31/ EPS12V 2.92
Localisation
United Kingdom

Power Device

Input Voltage
AC 90-264 V
Power Output Connectors Details
1 x power 24 pin ATX , 1 x power 8 pin EPS12V , 8 x 4 PIN internal power , 8 x 15 pin Serial ATA power , 2 x 4 PIN mini-power connector
Output Voltage
+3.3, +5, ±12 V
Power Capacity
750 Watt
Output Current
+3.3V - 30 A , +5V - 30 A , +12V - 62 A , -12V - 0.8 A , +5VSB - 3 A
80 PLUS Certification
80 PLUS Bronze

Miscellaneous

Included Accessories
Cable ties, mounting kit
MTBF
100,000 hours
Cooling System
140 mm fan
Features
Over current protection, over voltage protection, undervoltage protection, short-circuit protection, single 12V rail, dual ball bearing cooling fan
Compliant Standards
FCC Class B certified, TUV, C-Tick, CB, CCC, cTUVus, ErP Ready

Manufacturer Warranty

Service & Support
5 years warranty
Service & Support Details
Limited warranty - 5 years

Dimensions & Weight

Width
15 cm
Depth
16 cm
Height
8.6 cm

Customer reviews

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Corsair 750W Enthusiast Series TX750 Modular Power Supply
5.0 4
£89.98
Corsair 750W Enthusiast Series TX750 Modular Power Supply
Good quality and easy to use
Reviewed by . Review Posted 19/09/2013
5 5

I have been using this PSU for around 2 weeks now. I opted for the 750w model so that I could SLI in the future. So far the PSU has been very good: it is very quiet and nothing has gone wrong. The Corsair TX750 arrived well packaged and was very easy to fit. Additionally, the build quality looks and feels like a premium product. There is one thing worth taking note of though: this PSU is advertised as a modular power supply. However, in reality it is a non-modular PSU with additional power outputs for additional graphics cards, hods etc. I found out about this before purchasing so I knew what I was getting, but the description does not explain this well and others may purchase thinking this is a fully modular PSU. Regardless of the slightly misleading title, I would 100% recommend this PSU to anyone, after all, you can always hide away additional cables that are not in use.

  • Overall 5*
  • Ease of use 5*
  • Value for money 5*
 
Great PSU
Reviewed by . Review Posted 05/10/2012
5 5

There isn't much you can say about a PSU really. It comes very well packaged indeed, looks fantastic, and is really heavy! It has loads of leads and every possible combination of power requirements seems to have been catered for. If I have one complaint, it is that the plugs for the graphics cards are in two parts and its not immediately clear how they fit together. But apart from that, it's all great. One word of warning is that it's not the quietest PSU. It doesn't seem to get much louder as you load it, but certainly its by no means silent. It's certainly the loudest Corsair I have heard. Although I have only heard four!

  • Overall 5*
  • Ease of use 5*
  • Value for money 5*
 
Pure Original Power
Reviewed by . Review Posted 03/01/2012
4 5

Recently wired this up to my Intel Quad core system. I've got to say Im very impressed with it so far, it was well packaged, came with loads of cables to choose from, good solid conections and long enough to run all the cables behind the motherboard tray to make for a neat install. The case itself has a very nice solid feel to it, nice logoing, finished in a rough matt black texture paint, its weight also reflects the standard of quality. You also get a bag of cable ties, four black PSU mounting screws and a metal Corsair Sticky label! This PSU is a lot quieter than my old Enermax 425W unit, you can still hear it but its more an electric hum noise than a windy fan noise, in fact I had to check the fan was spinning, I put my hand over the intake to feel and there was plenty air getting sucked through it. One negative was there were no instructions or specifications other than what was written on the packaging. To sum up, great power to price ratio, 5 year Warranty, quality power

  • Overall 4*
  • Ease of use 4*
  • Value for money 5*
 
Makes noise when fan can startup - Is it faulty?
Reviewed by . Review Posted 28/12/2012
3 5

I have just installed this new Corsair TX750W(CP-9020040-UK) into a new build PC. Does the fan in the PSU always spin? Assuming not if demand for power/heat etc is low, then is it normal that the fan twitches? It makes a sort of buzzing/clicking noise and the fan rotates 2-3mm as if it wants to start but can't - This is annoying in my otherwise very silent PC. Giving it a light push does not start it either, but it looks like it wants to spin up, almost as if not enough power is fed to the motor to cause it to spin. Later if left on a while and gaming increases power demand, it does actually spin up (Silent too), but then later returns to stopped and twitching - This can't be normal, but I don't want to RMA it over New year and not be able to use my new gaming PC. Anyone else have this problem, is it normal or should I have to RMA it to DABS and be without my PC for a few weeks/days - Thanks for any help.

  • Overall 3*
  • Ease of use 4*
  • Value for money 4*
 

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