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Corsair TX750 V2 vs V1

What are the differences between V2 and V1?
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  1. V2 :
    Higher efficiency rating
    Higher 12v output
    Made by Seasonic rather than CWT
  2. delluser1 said:
    V2 :
    Higher efficiency rating
    Higher 12v output
    Made by Seasonic rather than CWT


    Could a V1 run two GTX 460 in SLI mode efficiently?
  3. Arlen10 said:
    Could a V1 run two GTX 460 in SLI mode efficiently?

    Yes
  4. delluser1 said:
    V2 :
    Higher efficiency rating
    Higher 12v output
    Made by Seasonic rather than CWT
    +1 i wouldn't buy v1 just because it's made by CWT and they don't make great PSU imo
  5. ^ Shows your noob
    The CWT built TX550 and 750 are two of the reasons that Corsair got it's reputation for providing quality power supplies
  6. Shows my noob :lol: get real it shows nothing i know my PSU and could careless i wouldn't use a PSU made by CWT
  7. Excellent
    Seasonic
    Sirtec
    Enhance
    Etatis
    Impervio
    Delta
    Wintact
    Flextronics

    Good
    Super Flower (borderline Excellent)
    FSP (borderline Fair)
    Seventeam
    Acbel (borderline Fair)
    Great Wall

    Fair
    Topower
    Channel Well (CWT)
    HiPro
    HEC
    Andyson
  8. OP just so you know which ones are made by who AX-650 – Seasonic
    AX-750 – Seasonic
    AX-850 – Seasonic
    AX-1200 – Flextronics
    CX-400 – Seasonic
    CX-430 – Channel Well(CWT)
    CX-430 v2 – Channel Well(CWT)
    CX-500 – Channel Well(CWT)
    CX-500 v2 – Channel Well(CWT)
    CX-600 – Channel Well(CWT)
    CX-600 v2 – Channel Well(CWT)
    Gaming Series GS600 – Channel Well(CWT)
    Gaming Series GS700 – Channel Well(CWT)
    Gaming Series GS800 – Channel Well(CWT)
    HX-450 – Seasonic
    HX-520 – Seasonic
    HX-620 – Seasonic
    HX-650 – Seasonic
    HX-750 – Channel Well (CWT) (DSG platform)
    HX-850 – Channel Well (CWT) (DSG platform)
    HX-1000 – Channel Well (CWT)
    HX-1050 – Channel Well (CWT)
    TX-550M – Channel Well (CWT)
    TX-650 – Seasonic
    TX-650 v2 – Seasonic
    TX-650M – Channel Well (CWT)
    TX-750 – Channel Well (CWT) (PSH(older) platform)
    TX-750 v2 – Seasonic
    TX-750M – Channel Well (CWT)
    TX-850 – Channel Well (CWT) (PSH(older) platform)
    TX-850 v2 – Seasonic
    TX-850M – Channel Well (CWT)
    TX-950 – Channel Well (CWT) (DSG platform)
    VX-450 – Seasonic
    VX-550 – Channel Well (CWT) (PSH platform)
  9. nothing is wrong with CWT but Seasonic>Flextronics>Enermax>Enhance>Superflower>all others.
    so it is better to go with TXxxx "V2"
  10. bigcyco1 said:
    +1 i wouldn't buy v1 just because it's made by CWT and they don't make great PSU imo


    if you have no clue to what you are talking about then don't post your opinion.
  11. ct1615 said:
    if you have no clue to what you are talking about then don't post your opinion.


    owned!
  12. ct1615 said:
    if you have no clue to what you are talking about then don't post your opinion.
    I am not going to argue and i know what i am talking about and will post my opinion all i want.
  13. thank you, no you don't, i pity people looking for help
  14. seasonic made antec HCG 620w modular vs CWT made Adata 650w modular

    the adata has better regulation on the 12v rail (powers non-important things in a gaming PC like your CPU, HDD, and GPU)



    and the antec's 5v fails a crossload test while the Adata passes
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Antec/HCG-620M/5.html

    is the antec a bad PSU? no, it's a very good PSU. is the Adata better? more or the less the same PSU with minor differences that no user would see. My point? it doesn't matter who makes the PSU. what matters is how well it is made.
  15. ct1615 said:
    seasonic made antec HCG 620w modular vs CWT made Adata 650w modular

    the adata has better regulation on the 12v rail (powers non-important things in a gaming PC like your CPU, HDD, and GPU)

    http://tpucdn.com/reviews/Antec/HCG-620M/images/regulation_12v.gif

    and the antec's 5v fails a crossload test while the Adata passes
    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Antec/HCG-620M/5.html

    is the antec a bad PSU? no, it's a very good PSU. is the Adata better? more or the less the same PSU with minor differences that no user would see. My point? it doesn't matter who makes the PSU. what matters is how well it is made.
    You got me there point noted.
  16. Feel free to correct me if i am wrong but As much as the power (Watts) requirement matters, the current requirement, measured in Amps is as important if not even more important. This is especially true if you have a or several dedicated video card(s). As a general rule of thumb, you’re aiming for the highest number on the 12V line.
  17. ct1615 said:
    thank you, no you don't, i pity people looking for help
    Your opinion which your entitled to as i am ;)
  18. all things being equal, a PSU 600w PSU with 48a on the 12v rail offers more real world power then a 600w with 40a on the 12v rail. things are rarely equal and many factors have to be considered such as how much power do you really need? most people over estimate their power use. does the unit have enough connectors for you? some 600w units have two PCI-E and some have four. some units have two floppy drive power connectors, some just give you adapters. some units are 80+, some are 80 platinum. the list goes on and on.

    for choosing a PSU I always recommend

    1 - the brand known for solid units?

    2- is the PSU or its platform well reviewed by independent sites with proper testing equipment? too many reviewers just stick the PSU in their PC, plays minecraft, and say it works great.

    3. does the PSU offer the features you need? power, connection cables, cable length (if you plan to build in full tower), warranty, modular, budget, etc.,?
  19. bigcyco1 said:
    Your opinion which your entitled to as i am ;)


    that you are and one word of advice. delluser has probably forgotten more about PSU then most of us will ever learn. he knows his stuff.
  20. ct1615 said:
    that you are and one word of advice. delluser has probably forgotten more about PSU then most of us will ever learn. he knows his stuff.
    Advice noted. :)
  21. @ct1615 and recon-uk
    i guess the guy has realized his mistake.let's leave him ;)
    BTW,both of you got great sigs.
  22. Okay, so here's what I got, the TX750 V1 is a good power supply, but it's worth it to make the jump to the V2.
  23. Arlen10 said:
    Okay, so here's what I got, the TX750 V1 is a good power supply, but it's worth it to make the jump to the V2.

    Unless you find the V1 for 20-30 bucks less
  24. delluser1 said:
    Unless you find the V1 for 20-30 bucks less


    I found a used one for $50....
  25. Arlen10 said:
    I found a used one for $50....

    That depends on if you trust the seller
  26. delluser1 said:
    That depends on if you trust the seller


    They said they pulled it from a previous build, and there is like 30 day warranty thing.
  27. Best answer
    +1 to Dell; it's definitely not worth it to make the jump if you already own the V1.
  28. Best answer selected by Arlen10.
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