Solved Corsair Power Supplys Tags: Power Supplies Corsair Power Components Product Last response: July 29, 2012 2:03 AM in Components Share theolah12 July 19, 2012 2:56:18 AM I had just purchased a Corsair TX V2 850 Semi-Modular power supply off amazon. Being that it is only Semi modular, did i make a good buy? I had in mind of using this power supply for quite some time and just wanted some opinions on the power supply if any one else has had experience with the TX series. My main concern is that of the connectors that are modular on the supply go out dated if a new standard comes out? I may be over thinking things. Just hoping I had made a good purchase. More about : corsair power supplys Best solution nikorr a b ) Power supply July 19, 2012 3:11:47 AM How much did u pay? Read the review, it is just fine. Be happy with it : ) My Seasonic is only Semi modular and it works just fine. http://www.kitguru.net/components/power-supplies/zardon... Share nikorr a b ) Power supply July 19, 2012 3:12:25 AM KitGuru says: Performance is solid in all areas and we like the attention to detail. If you can live with a non modular design this is one of the best power supplies we have tested. m 0 l Related resources Vs450 corsair power supplys weight - Forum What Corsair Power Supply Should I get? - Forum Power Supply connecting SATA, Peripheral to SSD, HDD, CD drive(Corsair CX750M) - Forum Corsair RM550 power supply Evga GTX 760 SC - Forum Power supply Corsair CX750 vs. CX750M - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer theolah12 July 19, 2012 3:16:42 AM I got it for around 125 off amazon. But yeah I was just wondering if I would of been better of with an AX series from corsair being fully modular. I would but I didn't want to spend much more on a power supply. m 0 l nikorr a b ) Power supply July 19, 2012 3:44:30 AM Its great PSU and the price is right. And that review just supports that. m 0 l amuffin a c 111 ) Power supply July 19, 2012 3:45:54 AM What's the point of it being fully-modular? You'll still have to use the 24 ATX and the 8 Pin CPU, and Sata of course. Really, there's no difference in cable management between a modular and non modular PSU. m 0 l nikorr a b ) Power supply July 19, 2012 3:48:27 AM Right, it still would have to be plugged in : ) m 0 l ct1615 a c 165 ) Power supply July 19, 2012 4:36:14 AM amuffin said:What's the point of it being fully-modular? You'll still have to use the 24 ATX and the 8 Pin CPU, and Sata of course. Really, there's no difference in cable management between a modular and non modular PSU. +1 unless you running a 1000w unit in a simple PC, you end of using most if not all of the cables m 0 l theolah12 July 29, 2012 12:31:35 AM Best answer selected by theolah12. m 0 l nikorr a b ) Power supply July 29, 2012 2:03:47 AM Good luck! m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedPower supply corsair 600w connections to r9 280x Forum SolvedCaps for Corsair Power Supply Forum SolvedCorsair power supply Forum SolvedCorsair Power Supply VS Series 550W / VS550 or Cooler Master Power Supply Elite V2 550W Forum Solvedis corsair vs 550 power supply good for gaming Forum SolvedCorsair RM650 power supply Forum SolvedI just started building my first PC, and I'm very confused on how I put my corsair CX430 power supply into my rosewill dualfan Forum SolvedIs the corsair cx600m a good power supply for a gaming pc Forum SolvedAsus Power Supply Surge Detected [Corsair RM850] Forum SolvedCorsair 800GS power supply acting up, please help! Forum SolvedCoil Whine Corsair 750 CX ATX power supply Forum SolvedCORSAIR CX series CX500 500W ATX12V v2.3 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Power Supply Forum SolvedTwo choices on power supply, which is better. Corsair CX-750 V3 or Aerocool GT700S 700W. Forum SolvedWill GTX 760 work with a Corsair RM550w power supply? Forum Solvedit's good power supply:Corsair 750W RM if my vga HD 7990 CPU: i7 4790k Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !