Today we are going to be taking a look at a unit that has been on the market for a little while, the Corsair AX750 power supply. With the AX750 being based on the Seasonic X series, we have a pretty good idea of how well this platform can perform. Will the AX750 show that it has what it takes to stand with its brothers, or will it have to bow down to them instead?
SUPPLIED BY: Corsair
PRODUCT: AX750 750W
PROD LINK: AX750 Product Page
PRICE: $169.99 @ NewEgg
Price is at the time of testing!
Looking at the box, we can see that Corsair hasn’t gone too crazy on the box art which is kind of nice. Just a nice simple look at the modular interface. On the front of the box, they do let us know that the AX750 is a High-Performance ATX power supply.
On the rear of the box, we find a little more information about the Corsair AX750. Listed across the top are the connector type and amounts. In the middle, we have a few paragraphs talking about the unprecedented power protection, the true modular cabling system, and the incredible efficiency.
At the bottom, we find a few graphs about the noise and efficiency levels the AX750 is capable of, which I find is a little more useful. Like with its bigger brother, the AX750 is also 80+ Gold certified and carries a 7 year warranty.
On the lower right, we have the AC Input and DC Output specifications.
|AX750 750W – DC Output|
Above is our version of the DC Output table.
Cracking open the box we find the documentation sitting on top, with the PSU encased in some thick foam to protect it during shipping. To the right, we have the accessory bag which fills up the remainder of the box.
On the top left is the AX750 in its little bag, with the cables packed in the bag on the right. We have the four mounting screws, some small zip ties, the User Manual, and the Power Cord.