Legit Power Supply Reviews
Corsair AX760i Digital Power Supply Review
|Date:||Tue, Nov 06, 2012 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Emmanouil Filladitakis -|
Unboxing the Corsair AX760i
The AX760i comes supplied inside a dark cardboard box with glossy red decoration. The walls of the box are very thick and the power supply is well secured between polyethylene foam slabs, as well as wrapped inside a reusable cloth pouch.
On the rear side of the packaging, Corsair fit the table with the electrical specifications of the AX760i, two graphs displaying the efficiency and the acoustics of the power supply, as well as a short description of the DSP/Corsair Link interface.
As far as extra's and fancy features are concerned, Corsair simply does not provide any. The purchaser of the AX760i will only find the necessary A/C power cable, a set of mounting screws, a few small cable ties and a case sticker. There is also a nylon bag which holds all of the unit's cables, since it’s a fully modular design. The Molex, Floppy and SATA cables are all-black, flat cables. Corsair used black sleeving on the rest of the cables but also used only black cables rather than color-coded, which definitely looks much better. Although the bundle is pretty standard for a power supply, we would have liked to see at least a few cable straps included with it.
Next Page - External Design of the AX760i
Page 1 - Corsair AX760i Power Supply Introduction
Page 2 - Unboxing the Corsair AX760i
Page 3 - External Design of the AX760i
Page 4 - A look inside the AX760i
Page 5 - Test Setup
Page 6 - Testing results (Regulation & Ripple)
Page 7 - Testing results (Efficiency, Noise & Thermal)
Page 8 - Corsair AX760i Review Conclusion