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Corsair SF600 Platinum PSU Review: Setting The SFX Performance Bar Higher

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Unboxing Video

The following video shows us unboxing the SF600 Platinum.

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Some photos of the SF600 Platinum and its accessories are shown above.

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  • Dark Lord of Tech
    Great review ARIS , I run the SF600 GOLD in my inwin case setup.
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  • Co BIY
    Less than 1% efficiency difference between Gold and Platinum ? Hard to make that pay under any normal use scenario.

    Glad to see that they made several other improvements for the Platinum model.
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  • Co BIY
    I don't see the load chart.
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  • iankphone
    I just completed my ncase-m1 build with this. It's really good.

    8700K, 2080Ti. Like a boss. I'm not overclocking however (insufficient cooling for that).
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  • Aris_Mp
    Just wait now for the SF750 to get reviewed :)
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  • Dark Lord of Tech
    21685936 said:
    Just wait now for the SF750 to get reviewed :)

    Looking forward to it. I will most likely get one for my next setup.
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  • smitty2k1
    Did you test the SF600 platinum with Vega graphics cards? I'm getting the OCP to trip on my just running the Vega 56 in turbo mode. The same thing was happening with my older Silverstone SX-650G power supply, and Silverstone confirmed that they had made an engineering change to fix the OCP tripping.

    It only happens in Destiny 2, no other games. I'm curious if this is a widespread issue, or something else with my system. It seems the Vega cards are tough on PSUs.
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