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few questions about power supply

what does
HX and modular stand for
and why is RM corsair 750 wat 80+ cold ps costs more than 850 HX
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  1. and should i stick with
    Corsair Professional Series HX 850 Watt ATX/EPS Modular 80 PLUS Gold

    on i7 4770k with gtx 780ti possibly might get another one when it will start to suck or might even get new card not sure

    or should i get ps with less wats and is corsair really good ps brand or should i go for different one

    i shelled this forum with weird questions today but i wanna build new pc in few months and wanna be sure to get good parts and not to waste extra money on features that i wont use
    i just wanna wait for a bit to see what will they release new gpus and stuff its not the final build
  2. Best answer
    modular is the quality of a PSU that it has no cable pre-attached so you can plug cble to the psu and plug into the device as required.
    HX and RM are both priced almost same . . RM units have heat issues and some low quality capacitors . . HX is far good then RM
  3. STACKS ON DECK said:
    modular is the quality of a PSU that it has no cable pre-attached so you can plug cble to the psu and plug into the device as required.
    HX and RM are both priced almost same . . RM units have heat issues and some low quality capacitors . . HX is far good then RM


    well in that case i guess whoever sells that rm 750 watt ps is over pricing it :)

    should i stick with that 850 watt ps for possibly this build

    cpu: i7 4770k
    gpu: gtx 780 ti might get 2 in future but unlikely i prefer to juice the card till its very last day and than move on the new top
    coolers: might get around 5
    storage: some 250gb ssd and 1tb green or blue
    mem:8gb
  4. yes it is . RM is priced at 129$ and HX is 169$ . as per corsair . . RM series is really a disappointment
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