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Corsair Hydro Series H100X 240mm $90, Corsair RM750x 80 Plus V2 $119, Corsair CX550M 80 PLUS Bronze $59 Delivered @ HT eBay

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Corsair Hydro Series H100X 240mm High Performance AIO Cooler

normally $119, now $90 (with PPSS1 eBay coupon code)
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184784417842

Corsair RM750x 80 Plus V2 Gold Fully Modular ATX

normally $181, now $119 (with PPSS1 eBay coupon code)
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184512261402

Corsair CX550M 550 Watt 80 PLUS Bronze PSU

normally $97.80 now $59.00 (or $53.10 with eBay Plus: PLUSES10 coupon code)
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184644254575

Corsair CX750M 80 Plus Bronze Semi Modular Power Supply

normally $123.80 now $90.00 (with PPSS1 eBay coupon code)
https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/184512259868

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  • +6 votes

    The Corsair RM750x is $116.10 with PLUSES10. Lowest ever?

    • +6 votes

      Hurts that I paid 179 two months ago

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      yup. unbelievable

      great PSU

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        I don't like the fan setup. I have 3070 and CPU running 100% and the fan doesn't even turn on, even after 20minutes. I feel it and it feels hot. I'd rather a low fan then none, low enough to not make a noise. Electronics don't like to be hot, I feel it must be shorting it's life

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          it is rated for 50C of continuous operation

          • +1 vote

            @ln28909: I'd rather any heat not be in my computer case, the warm/hot PSU case radiates heat back into computer, A low fan removing the heat can only be a positive. should be an option to choose fan profiles

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              @bobvegas: Seasonic psu would be better for you then

        • -1 vote

          have never even thought about looking at the fan. why would you?

          i think you have other issues with your setup from the sounds of it

          why do i care about it getting warm when it has like 10 year warranty?

          relax bro lol

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            @millusions: It's a hot metal case that heats up the air and components in your computer case. Most other PSU's aid in removing heat from the computer by sucking warm air in case out through it's exhaust, this model doesn't do that, it heats up sending radiant heat into the case making cpu and GPU warmer. It's not what you want bro

            • +1 vote

              @bobvegas: the fan is on the bottom of the case. when it blows it blows hot air out the back of the PSU - not the case.

              have been using RM750x for a few years now, maybe 4-5, had a OC 4790k in the past. had 780ti SLI all kinds of weird shit. currently 10700k and dual graphics 2080 super and RX 570. not one hickup with this PSU it is top notch. so much that other computers in the house slowly got upgraded to RMx supplies - i kid you not. because they are all virtually silent with this PSU.

              something else is causing your heat, not the uber godly RMX :)

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                @millusions: Does your fan come on?
                The way I perceived PSU's to help cool computer is the fan exhausts hot air from the PSU to outside, fan at bottom sucks air from within case and blows it out the back via the vents , so it's doing a dual purpose by cooling computer and PSU. Many cheap desktop computers only use the PSU to exhuast hot air, they don't bother with case fans. PSU is located at optimum point being top/rear to catch hot air and remove, but when PSU fan does not turn on even under 100% load of GPU and CPU, it's not assisting in removing heat at all

                • -2 votes

                  @bobvegas: you are joking man.

                  the fan is at the bottom of the case, where it belongs, i couldnt care less if it comes on as long as i dont hear it.

                  never heard of this approach, no wonder you have cooling/noise issues. ha ha

                  and this is your complaint?

                  you probably should look up RMX on corsair website on how to install it in that case - not being a smart ass here.

                  fark… im lost for words., honestly, all this to avoid connecting a fan to the motherboard?

                  omg. PSU cooling computer, thats hillarious, when you think you've heard/seen it all you drop this.

                  the only reason you wouldnt bother with case fan is if your components are fkn rubbish,
                  like i can see some dude dropping $3000 on a 3090 and then saving $20 on a case fan.

                  seriously. this is the funniest thing ive heard in a while

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                  @bobvegas: Unless you your PC has bad airflow I think the thermal difference would be negligible.

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      Paid $150 for the RM850x and I certainly don't need that much wattage… should've waited.

      • +1 vote

        I paid $210 for 750x
        And $700 for 5800x.
        Stuck on an rx 570 as i didnt get any gpus on release and refuse to pay current prices.
        I should have waited also.

        • +1 vote

          Wait so you overpaid on cpu and psu but you won't overpay for gpu which is the most important part to gaming

          • +1 vote

            @ln28909: No sane person would pay 300% on a GPU.

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              @Yuri Lowell: happy to wait, my rx 570 can play moba games at 1440p with 150fps which will tide me over into the new year

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                @minatosensei: RX 570 is still good. I use one in my ITX build and it runs lower end games at 1440p without any issues. Hopefully the GPU market improves by the end of the year.

            • +1 vote

              @Yuri Lowell: No sane person pay $700 for a cpu to play with a rx570

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                @ln28909: CPUs aren't only used for gaming. They could be using the 5800X for other things.

                • +1 vote

                  @Yuri Lowell: I do music production. And light video editing The cores come handy for the software.

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                @ln28909: I built a pc. I left the gpu as the last part.
                Now i refuse to pay current prices.
                Its up to me what i do with my money right.

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    Op, anything on H60 or H75?

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    Great priced AIO.

  • -2 votes

    hi,store Rep,i need a mic, like rode video ntg, got any discount?

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    Any deals on an 850W Corsair?

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      The 750W would comfortably run most configurations unless you plan to SLI.

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        Comfortably is a stretch, most 750w only comes with 2 individual pcie connectors

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          RM750x comes with 4x 6+2 pin connectors.

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            @Yuri Lowell: in daisy chain form

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              @ln28909: Helps improve cable management.

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                @Yuri Lowell: Not at all, 3 individual 8 pins are much cleaner

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                  @ln28909: I prefer 1 single cable per GPU. Minimizes overall cables used too which is mainly what a modular PSU is for.

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                    @Yuri Lowell: Yup, rm750x only comes with daisy chain cable, same for most 750w psu so they don't look clean

                    • +1 vote

                      @ln28909: Won't be an issue if you're running one GPU as it has two cables, just cable-tie the daisy chain to the cable so it isn't flapping in the wind. Honestly if that's your biggest concern with the RM750x then the cables in general are absolute garbage and you should look elsewhere. They use in-cable capacitors that make flexing the cables at the end near impossible. The PSU itself is best in class though and you can buy the "pro" cable kit as well. But going back to my original point, the RM750x won't break a sweat with any single GPU configuration and does support SLI/CF as there are enough cables to do so.

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                        @Yuri Lowell: wow, I guess you're an undervolter not an overclocker

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                          @ln28909: I overclocked both my 6700 XT and 5900X with a 750W but it would easily accommodate a 6800 XT or 3080. Gamers Nexus did a very good video on how much wattage is actually required: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X_wtoCBahhM

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                            @Yuri Lowell: 6700xt lol, would not use this for 3080 or 3090 3 8 pin, juice is enough but it breaks the 80% rule

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                              @ln28909: I'd suggest you watch the video. A 2080 Ti + 10900k barely breaks 500W for total system power consumption under both Furmark and Blender at the same time. Add another 100W with a 3080 or 3090 and you're still a long way from that 750W limit which these high end PSUs can handle without a problem and it's within your 80% rule. That's a completely unrealistic scenario too with two synthetic tests nailing both CPU and GPU at the same time.

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                                @Yuri Lowell: I have a 3950x and 3080 and i can tell you that i go over 600w all the time, don't need to watch videos when you have first hand experience

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                                  @ln28909: I think I'll take a reputable source like Gamers Nexus than your own ;) But if you feel that way then go nuts and get a huge wattage PSU, it doesn't really matter unless you just want to save some money.

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                                    @Yuri Lowell: run this and see for yourself

                                    https://www.topazlabs.com/video-enhance-ai

                                    tech youtube channel like gamer nexus makes content for everyone, so they of course don't know everything, if you are in a particular field that gets reported by them, you'll see that their commentaries are flaw, they're journalist at the end of the day, they make content that you would be interested to watch

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                                      @ln28909: It doesn't really matter because 99% of people are going to be fine with a 750W with any configuration of PC, as demonstrated by Gamers Nexus. I don't think you're skimping on a PSU if you're in the field of AI video enhancement.

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                                        @Yuri Lowell: no, you're advising people on buying something that is inadequate to take advantage of the full system specs, if you are never going to take advantage of the full spec, then might as well consider downgrading

                                        don't quote tech youtuber, try it yourself, like i said they are just journalists

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                                          @ln28909: Dismissing Gamers Nexus data because they're "journalists" sounds a bit ignorant to me. Maybe give them a watch and see for yourself.

                                          People should buy based on their use case which 99% of the time is not AI video enhancement nailing every component in their PC. Like I said, a reputable 750W can handle most configurations even a 5950X and 3090 overclocked.

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                                            @Yuri Lowell: do you ever just read a news article and don't fact check it, just taking whatever they wrote as fact instead, because that's what you're doing right now

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                                              @ln28909: Excuse me? I've done plenty of research in regards to how much wattage is used in the average PC, even under unrealistic synthetic tests, and Gamers Nexus is spot on. If you want to prove them wrong then you need to provide evidence which isn't "mine uses more so I'm right and they're wrong".

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                                                @Yuri Lowell: so what you're saying is that their synthetic tests tell the whole story, the one use case that i provided is just a one off, and nothing ever ever is going to make a system work that hard beside the scenario i describe, lol alright whatever help you i guess

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                                                  @ln28909: The onus is on you to prove their data wrong not me. You can't just point and say "lol journalist their data is wrong". I think we're done here.

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                                                    @Yuri Lowell:

                                                    It doesn't really matter because 99% of people are going to be fine with a 750W with any configuration of PC

                                                    I thought we already agree on the fact that there is at least a 1% use case where this is insufficient, i'm only insinuating that the number is much greater than 1% because all you can think about is gaming and synthetic benchmarks

                                                    why should i bother proving it, when we already agree upon the outcome?

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                                                      @ln28909: So you'd overbuy on wattage because of a 1% (or whatever percentage you want to claim) use case scenario? It doesn't make much sense to me and proves my original statement correct in that most configurations are fine with a 750W especially a good one like the RM750x. Put it this way, I'd eat my hat if a 5950X and 3090 ever made an RM750x shutdown. Sure it'll be running at 80% capacity when under extreme loads but these PSUs are made for that. At the end of the Gamers Nexus video they even state that buying a GOOD PSU is just as important if not more so than the sheer wattage of the unit.

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                                                        @Yuri Lowell: no, once again did you read what i wrote, what you assume to be 1% use case scenario is not 1%, i'm sure it's greater than that, as out of all the software available, i'm sure i only use at best 5-10% of it, so i don't assume my use case and put that assumption to help people with purchasing advice when their use case may be completely different and it is likely that they could have issue because they are the "1%" that you chose to ignore

                                                        like here, the user simply ask for a deal on a 850w psu, you have no knowledge of what they're planning to use it on

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                                                          @ln28909: A user who wants to play DOTA2 doesn't buy a 6900 XT. A user who wants to browse the internet doesn't buy a 5950X. The fact remains that 99.99% use case scenarios a 750W would be fine with most configurations, hence why I replied to the user with that statement. I linked the video from a reputable source, Gamers Nexus, that put their systems with high end components in very unrealistic scenarios and they barely cracked 500W. You put forward no evidence to refute that. I think the part you're struggling to grasp is my original statement. Read it carefully.

  •  

    Thanks! Bought Corsair RM750x

    Creating an office build and probably never need this much power but… more the merrier they say!

  •  

    Displeased to have recently paid $30 for an am4 bracket to fit my old H100i (When I got it I realised I could've easily drilled the holes on the old am3 bracket).

    That said, it's been going strong for ~5 years for me, after receiving second hand for $50, so I strongly recommend the Corsair Hydro series.

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    Deal expired, cooler now $150

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    RM750x now showing as 180?