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Corsair RM750 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular Power Supply $159 Delivered (VIC C&C/ in-Store) @ Centre Com

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The lowest price ever for this A-tier PSU, with free delivery.

Tier A according to PSU Tier List

Features:

  • 80 Plus Gold Certified: High-efficiency operation for lower power consumption, less noise and cooler temperatures
  • Tuned for Low Noise Operation: A 140mm rifle bearing fan with a specially calculated fan curve ensures that fan noise is kept to a minimum, even at full load
  • 105°C-Rated Capacitors: Industrial-grade capacitors deliver solid electrical performance and reliability
  • Zero RPM Fan Mode: At low and medium loads the cooling fan switches off entirely for near-silent operation
  • Microsoft Modern Standby Compatible: Extremely fast wake-from-sleep times and better low-load efficiency

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closed Comments

  • 850 was $190 yesterday.

  • +1 vote

    Good psu

  • Just a heads up, this is a good price and a good product.

    I paid $199 from Amazon so I recommend getting this if you can.

    I used this PSU for my ITX build, under most loads it won't even use the fan. It's blessedly quiet…

    • What case you using with your ITX build? Curious given this is a ATX PSU. (i bought the same a few months ago. just trying to decide on mobo/case)

      Great price for this PSU btw!

  • This should be good for future-proofing a 1660S PC right? Maybe a 3070 or 3080 next year?

  • -2 votes

    Purchased this from them at $179, that hurt

  • For those who are wondering what is the difference between the RM and RMx series. All RM models come with slightly lower-quality capacitors which will still outlive the ten-year warranty and a more affordable fan that uses a rifle bearing. So instead of the Japanese Nichicon and Chemi-Con caps and bullet-proof NR135L fan the RMx models use, you will find Chinese Elite caps and a Hong-Hua fan in their RM units.

    Having said that, the RM is still a great buy at this price with the 10 year warranty backed by Corsair.

  • Any deal on high power (<1000W) PSUs?

    • There were some good deals on 850W couple days ago, but expired now.

    • What do you need such a large PSU for? With the death of SLI I always wonder what the larger ones are for.

      • my psu powers a small gaming minifridge covered in rainbow flashing LEDS.

      • When you have a few GPUs doing computational work for you, you need to power them up from the same source or go with the dirty route of daisy chaining PSUs.

  • Is there an excessively abundant supply of Corsair PSU's around at the moment? They seem to be on sale every couple of days. Maybe they made heaps in anticipation of everyone getting their new 30XX/68XX power hungry graphics cards.

    • Actually a good point…

      This is definitely my case where im hungry for a new 3080 or 6800 XT but cant find any instock at a reasonable price. If i dont find that GPU instock then i aint got a reason to get a new PSU along with it.

  • I bought this at Centrecom Sunshine for 149 yesterday.
    Sorry my bad.. It was coolermaster. Same specs

  • Thanks Op, excellent PSU, bought this for $217 delivered in June, was lucky finding one then
    The last cheapest price i noticed was $181 from Amazon, put in another 28 degrees claim :)

  • I looked at the Corsair RMx series for ages (a step better than this), but ended up buying this Bitfenix for $149 (650W is $139). Also top tier in that Linus list, 'only' a 7 year warranty, better cables than RMx, doesn't have a fanless mode (how many people have systems where the PSU is the loudest thing?) and it's rated as very quiet in reviews. Corsair are just charging extra for the brand name IMO

    Edit: should have mentioned that the Bitfenix is built by the same 3rd party as Corsair, has the Japanese caps from the RMx, and is multi-rail (for whatever that's worth)