Corsair TX750--$59.99 AC/AR, FS; Newegg

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  1. Meghan54

    Meghan54 Diamond Member

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    Newegg has the Corsair TX750 power supply, a quite nice Bronze rated unit, for $59.99 after online promo code and after a $25 MIR, free shipping. Ends 11/11.

    $45 off promo code (listed on the item's page)---EMCJJNA35

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...17139006-L010A


    Enjoy!
     
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  2. Charlie98

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    It isn't the v2 version, if that matters.
     
  3. LOL_Wut_Axel

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    Err, yes it is.

    They eliminated the "V2" moniker. This one has exactly the same specs as the V2. Wonder why they did it, though.
     
  4. qliveur

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    Err, no it isn't.

    This is the newest version, made by Chicony. There are no solid reviews on it yet.
     
  5. LOL_Wut_Axel

    LOL_Wut_Axel Diamond Member

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    It's V3, then.

    Interesting. Wonder why they'd replace their current Seasonic-made model.
     
  6. qliveur

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    I don't know, but the array of different TX750 versions is freaking confusing.

    TBH, I've never even heard of Chicony.
     
  7. lehtv

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    Interesting, I haven't seen semi passive 80+ Bronze units before.
     
  8. Nawlins

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    When I googled Chicony power supply it took me to Hipro.com. I've heard of Hipro, I just don't know if they are any good.
     
  9. Sunny129

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    that's the main reason i only had my TX650 for a day and resold it - it didn't have semi passive cooling, and it sounded like a leaf blower, even at low loads. its about time they brought this feature to a product at this price point. that said, i'm still going to stay away from these TX750 units b/c they aren't SeaSonic built anymore...not that i've heard bad things about Chicony (never heard of them), but i wouldn't get peace of mind out of such a purchase.

    i couldn't be happier than i am w/ my SeaSonic X650's and X750's.
     
  10. qliveur

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    Yeah, if you're willing to pay ~$100, the Seasonic X-series is a no-brainer.