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Posted · Original PosterOP

Just saw it on the facebook of facebook of Altech HK, one of the dealership of Corsair in Hong Kong

 

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From the box, it seems to be 80plus gold (91% efficiency), full modular, cosair link supported, 5 year warranty, and with a low noise fan.

 

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https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.620962361270129.1073741836.122173917815645&type=1 (in Chinese)

 

Specification posted on pcgarage.ro

Name: Source Corsair RM Series RM750

Manufacturers: CP-9020055

Technical Warranty: 60 months

Warranty of Compliance: 24 months

 

General

Type ATX 12V EPS 12V 2.92

Power 750 W

Number of fans 1x 135 mm

Features Flat cable design 
               Zero RPM fan mode 
               High-quality capacitors

PFC Active

Efficiency 92%

Certification 80 + Gold

Modular Yes

Protections OVP, OCP, UVP, SCP, OPP, OTP

Ready CrossFire Yes 

nVidia SLI Ready Yes

Other MTBF: 100,000 Hours

 

Voltage / amperage

+3.3 V 25 A

+5 V 25 A

+12 V1 62.5 A

-12V 0.8 A

+5 VSB 3 A

 

Connectors

20 +4 Pin ATX 1

4 +4 Pin ATX / EPS 1

6 +2 PCI-E 4

SATA 8

Molex 7

Floppy 2

 

 

http://www.pcgarage.ro/surse/corsair/rm-series-rm750/ (in Romania)

 

update:  Altech HK listed the price as HKD$1,049, which is around $135. It could be a bit cheaper, or more expensive in the state

http://www.altech.com.hk/productinfo.aspx?id=61516&product=750W__Corsair__RM-750_ATX_Power_Supply__80_PLUS_Certified__Full_Modular__5_Year_Warranty (in English)

 

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Where will it be positioned? Above or below the AX series?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

The regular ax750/850 are all 80plus gold, ax760/860 are 80plus platinum, including the axi series.

yes, you are right. But since AX series has 80 plus platinum psu as well, and RM is a completely new series, my guess is still it would be positioned lower than the AX series...

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it looks like it'll be below both the regular AX series and the AX i series.

regular AX efficiency graph                                                                     RM efficiency graph

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The stand is indeed made of metal but I wouldn't drive my car over a bridge made of it.

 

https://youtu.be/X5YXWqhL9ik?t=552

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I swear to god if this doesn't come to North America. I want one!


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Can't say too much, but this is the first PSU I've been excited about in a while.

Now I'm excited...


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Yes there's a reason. Can't say what it is.

So this will be coming to Canada? preferably in a few weeks?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is there a reason in particular?

I think it is the price. Altech HK listed the price as HKD$1,049, which is around $135, while ax760 is around $170. It could be a bit cheaper, or more expensive in the state....

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I think it is the price. Altech HK listed the price as HKD$1,049, which is around $135, while ax760 is around $170. It could be a bit cheaper, or more expensive in the state....

This couldn't get much better.


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I think it is the price. Altech HK listed the price as HKD$1,049, which is around $135, while ax760 is around $170. It could be a bit cheaper, or more expensive in the state....

Hmm that would fall in the price range of the silverstone gold evo. I'm not sure what to get! I heard sleeving cables on the silverstone is really easy compared to other though.

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There was a blog post about connecting corsair RM power supplies to corsair link on the corsair website  last week but it had since been taken down. I wasn't sure what the RM power supplies were and though they might be an older model or an OEM model but I guess it was referring to this new power supply. THere were no pictures or details in the article though.

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It being at sub 25 DB at full load is pretty damn silent, and comparing prices from the Hongkong site and newegg I guess this would be around $100 which is incredible. This is truly exciting.


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