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  • Corsair HX Series Refresh

    These are now gold certified and have a fanless mode like the AX series (awesome feature)
    http://www.corsair.com/en/blog/hx-gold/
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  • #2
    Looks like a BeQuiet...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Terbinator View Post
      Looks like a BeQuiet...
      Looks exactly like a beQuiet unit! Probably not a bad thing though!
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      • #4
        Mmmmmmm nice!

        Only thing is now, is there any reason to buy an AX over a HX?
        GIVE PEAS A CHANCE

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        • #5
          Originally posted by BUDFORCE View Post
          Mmmmmmm nice!

          Only thing is now, is there any reason to buy an AX over a HX?
          can't think of any

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          • #6
            Bragging rights
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            • #7
              That what it is then

              Corsair PSU engineering wizardry

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              • #8
                Would be awesome to see some platinum AXs now
                Originally posted by jointhedotz
                I admit it, it's so damn good! following Alan on the downs, just getting a feel

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ChrisGlobe View Post
                  Looks exactly like a beQuiet unit! Probably not a bad thing though!
                  ive compared images of the 850W units and i dont think they are the same OEM

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by BUDFORCE View Post
                    Mmmmmmm nice!

                    Only thing is now, is there any reason to buy an AX over a HX?
                    Originally posted by k3vst3r View Post
                    can't think of any
                    Originally posted by Josh View Post
                    Bragging rights
                    look everyone, i've got an Ax850!




                    but seriously, no, you really don't need modular 24pin since you'll be using it 100% of the time.

                    that do-not-spin at 20% load feature is fantastic. reduces dust and noise at the same time.
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                    • #11
                      I found it really hard when shopping for PSU's as branding, and incremanal model numbers dont make much sense.

                      I wish it was much simpler like cpu's for example where number make sense

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by wuyanxu View Post
                        look everyone, i've got an Ax850!




                        but seriously, no, you really don't need modular 24pin since you'll be using it 100% of the time.

                        that do-not-spin at 20% load feature is fantastic. reduces dust and noise at the same time.
                        I have an AX too!

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                        • #13
                          meh, i think my v1 hx looks better tbh.
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                          Plato

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by mmmalas View Post
                            I found it really hard when shopping for PSU's as branding, and incremanal model numbers dont make much sense.

                            I wish it was much simpler like cpu's for example where number make sense
                            Not sure what you mean really. Shopping for PSU's is far easier than CPU's IMO. It'll always say how much power they can supply, its usually in the model name. IE, AX850 - 850w.

                            Cpus have speeds, sockets, cores, chip sets etc etc. And very similar looking ones can be completely incompatible !


                            Really liking these spinning down not under load!
                            Originally posted by andyn
                            Trick in most cases seems to be to get in early, and get out early. Pump and dump.
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                            • #15
                              But CX, VX, TX, HX, AX? What's the best?

                              Logically;
                              VX > TX > HX> CX > AX or maybe even AX > CX > HX > TX > VX, but it isn't, is it? :\
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