Value and Conclusions
Corsair is onto another winner with the TX750W, as it has proved itself to be an awesome PSU. It's clearly far from the best cooling design available, but it has the best components we've tested to date.
What makes the deal even sweeter is the fact that the Corsair TX750W is even cheaper than some of its competitors too. At £88.60 (inc. VAT)
, it's cheaper than the PC Power & Cooling 750W Silencer, which costs £95.66 including VAT
. In contrast, the Enermax Infiniti 720W now looks seriously expensive
. Even the Gigabyte Odin GT 800W PSU is significantly more expensive at nearly £125
There are a few 750W units for less
, but we honestly wouldn't bother looking much further than the TX750W. In fact, it’s questionable whether units that cost more
than the TX750W are worth considering over this unit at the price that Corsair is asking for it.
The HX620W is a good £18 cheaper
, but it's also 130W less powerful and modular so there's still a clear differentiation between the two styles that are clearly designed to suit different markets. Unless you've got your heart set on a modular unit, the Corsair TX750W manages to undercut many 650-700W units on price, while clearly not skimping on quality!
We can't recommend the TX750W highly enough. While it’s not perfect and the cooling design could definitely benefit from some refinements, it's not only cheaper than a large portion of the competition, its power delivery is also inherently better too. This is a win-win for everyone and the TX750W is another strong performer that adds itself to Corsair's already strong brand in the power supply market. This is going to be a tough one to beat.
What do these scores mean?
Corsair TX750W PSU (CMPSU-750TX)