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  • #16
    Originally posted by ChrisGlobe View Post
    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? :\
    CX< V/GX < TX < HX < AX.

    Edit: I think the VX units have actually been phased out?

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    • #17
      Q.E.D.
      Corsair 600T | Asus Sabertooth Z77 ATX | Intel i5-3570k | Corsair H100i | Corsair Vengeance LP Black 16GB | EVGA GTX670 2GB | Mushkin Chronos 240GB

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Terbinator View Post
        CX< V/GX < TX < HX < AX.

        Edit: I think the VX units have actually been phased out?
        +1, yeah the VX series was phased out a while ago.

        personally I'd still go for the AX series if you can afford it, fully modular, black cables, based on the Seasonic X series etc. My PSU is 100% silent even under load.
        CPU:Intel I7 3770K 5GHZ |CPU Cooler:Noctua NH D14|RAM:16GB Corsair Vengeance White LP|MB:Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3|GPU:Asus GTX 980 Strix OC|PSU: Corsair AX 750|HDD:2x Corsair 240GB Force GS| 2X WD 2TB Red|Sound Card:Asus Xonar HDAV|Speakers:Sony STR-DN850+Yamaha Speakers+Tannoy TS2.10|Mouse/Keyboard:Corsair K95/M95|Case:Corsair 500R|

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        • #19
          I thought my AX was the dogs', in two minds whether to keep it now the bulk of my PC has gone

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          • #20
            Originally posted by Cosford View Post
            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!
            there are multiple revisions of the tx, same also for other lines.

            they shift who makes them, and whats inside keeping the same pre-fix, where in fact its a diffrent PSU

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            • #21
              anyone have a price estimate for the 750 model?

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Traldera View Post
                anyone have a price estimate for the 750 model?
                about 1/8th the price of 690 GTX

                4770k @ 4.6, XSPC Raystorm, Avexir 4x4GB 2400MHz, ASUS Z87 Maximus Hero VI, Tri-fire 290x/290x/290 Reference EK 290X CSQ Full Nickel Blocks, Alphacool 240 ST-30, Alphacool 360 ST-30, Asus Xonar, Alphacool D5, Corsair AX 1200i, Carbide 540

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by k3vst3r View Post
                  about 1/8th the price of 690 GTX
                  now your just being bloody awkward

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                  • #24
                    http://www.legitreviews.com/news/13326/

                    CPU Cooler Round up

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by Helios1234 View Post
                      oh platinum rated ax

                      4770k @ 4.6, XSPC Raystorm, Avexir 4x4GB 2400MHz, ASUS Z87 Maximus Hero VI, Tri-fire 290x/290x/290 Reference EK 290X CSQ Full Nickel Blocks, Alphacool 240 ST-30, Alphacool 360 ST-30, Asus Xonar, Alphacool D5, Corsair AX 1200i, Carbide 540

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Helios1234 View Post
                        I read that a few days ago, looks like it's going to be awesome.
                        CPU:Intel I7 3770K 5GHZ |CPU Cooler:Noctua NH D14|RAM:16GB Corsair Vengeance White LP|MB:Asus P8Z68-V PRO/GEN3|GPU:Asus GTX 980 Strix OC|PSU: Corsair AX 750|HDD:2x Corsair 240GB Force GS| 2X WD 2TB Red|Sound Card:Asus Xonar HDAV|Speakers:Sony STR-DN850+Yamaha Speakers+Tannoy TS2.10|Mouse/Keyboard:Corsair K95/M95|Case:Corsair 500R|

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