Corsair Modular TX850m vs Corsair Enthusiast Series Modular tx750

hi
I found both these products at same price on flipkart.
But corsair modular tx850m offers more watt (850) than corsair tx750m (750) but both have sane price. why?
which is better?
My cabinet is cooler master 690 2 plus. Is my cabinet compatible with 850 watts?
please tell me which one should I choose? I have a huge demand in future so I need ultra high performance. My budget is around 9000rupees.
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  1. If they are the same price, get the 850.

    Your case should have no problem fitting it.
  2. Z1NONLY said:
    If they are the same price, get the 850.

    Your case should have no problem fitting it.


    yeah thanks but I wanna know why there is no price difference? not even a single rupee difference! why?
  3. I expect the 850m is on sale or it's just the regular 850 non-modular?

    Do you have links?
  4. If they ever get in stock, just go for the 850m. (if it stays the same price) I have no idea why they are the same price. I wonder if it's a typo.
  5. Z1NONLY said:
    If they ever get in stock, just go for the 850m. (if it stays the same price) I have no idea why they are the same price. I wonder if it's a typo.


    maybe it's because the 850variant offers lower performance?
  6. Jaskaran498 said:
    maybe it's because the 850variant offers lower performance?



    No - less performance would not be the reason.
    Zin is correct, the 850 is on sale or the 750
    is higher because it is modular, which is
    prob the real reason (750 being modular).

    Modular psu's are priced higher than their
    non modular counterparts.

    If the 850 is indeed modular, purchase it, better value,
    most likely a sale price. These situations occur here
    in the states also.

    Tom
  7. toyftw said:
    No - less performance would not be the reason.
    Zin is correct, the 850 is on sale or the 750
    is higher because it is modular, which is
    prob the real reason (750 being modular).

    Modular psu's are priced higher than their
    non modular counterparts.

    If the 850 is indeed modular, purchase it, better value,
    most likely a sale price. These situations occur here
    in the states also.

    Tom


    But flipkart always adds tags about sales/discounts. But that's not the case. So I doubt its sale...
  8. If I see a better product for the same price from a vendor I trust, I just get the better product.

    If it were crazy cheap or something, I might worry, but it seems like it's just a good deal. Good deals happen all the time.
  9. Jaskaran498 said:
    But flipkart always adds tags about sales/discounts. But that's not the case. So I doubt its sale...


    True, maybe it's not on sale - sometimes it just comes down to supply and demand,
    meaning there wasn't enough demand for the 850(as 750 is enough for CF/SLI)
    so they just lowered the price until the supply lessens.
    Conversely, since the 750 is more than enough for CF/SLI setups the demand is greater,
    and therefore the price will be higher.

    Like Zin said, if it's a better deal from a trusted
    supplier like Corsair, then get the better deal.

    Tom
  10. toyftw said:
    True, maybe it's not on sale - sometimes it just comes down to supply and demand,
    meaning there wasn't enough demand for the 850(as 750 is enough for CF/SLI)
    so they just lowered the price until the supply lessens.
    Conversely, since the 750 is more than enough for CF/SLI setups the demand is greater,
    and therefore the price will be higher.

    Like Zin said, if it's a better deal from a trusted
    supplier like Corsair, then get the better deal.

    Tom


    Thanks. I will go for 850
  11. Jaskaran498 said:
    Thanks. I will go for 850



    Yep, better value.
  12. Let me set things straight. Both are enthusiast series from the letters TX mentioned.
    If u have a PC which requires 450 or 500W as maximum then i would advise you to get the 850.
    Why? Because if u get a 550W then there will be more load on the PSU being noisy fans and PSU :-(
    But if u get 850W then there is less load meaning quiet and peaceful PSU.

    Hope this helped. :-)
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