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    Default Corsair RM750i - 750W Power Supply

    Here you go... an early afternoon delight.

    Corsair comes to us today with one of their latest offerings in their vast line up of PSU's, the RM750i. The new RMi series has a few similarities to the older RM line, but it has even more differences. Corsair has bumped the warranty up to 7 years, added all Japanese capacitors rated at 105°C, upgraded from a rifle bearing (RM) to a FDB (Fluid Dynamic Bearing) just to name a few. With the addition of Corsair Link, they've expanded it to allow users the access to create custom fan profiles. You can even toggle the +12V rail from single to multiple rails. Let's get this thing cooking.
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    According to this review, the results with an RM650i are consistent with yours. Somebody specified a really nice PSU, and CWT built it for them.

    Edit: a Dutch review looks at the ripple of all four in this line. Results are consistent.
    CPU: Core i7 8700k, HT enabled, all 6 cores OC'd to 4.8GHz, Vcore = 1.24v
    Heatsink: Noctua NH-D15 with one NF-A15 1500 RPM PWM fan
    Motherboard: Gigabyte Z370X Aorus Gaming 7
    RAM: 4x16GB (64GB) Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM 16-18-18-36@3200MHz, Vdimm = 1.35v
    GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1080 DirectX 12 with 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5X
    SSD1: Samsung 840 EVO 500GB TLC; SSD2: SAMSUNG 860 EVO 1TB 3-bit MLC
    HD: WD 500GB (old); Case: LIAN LI PC-7H Aluminum ATX Mid Tower
    PSU: Seasonic Platinum 660W

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    Not sure how they figure their average deviation, but it's not the same as I come up with. I've also not see much mention of anyone running as high on the fanless mode as my unit did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tazz View Post
    . . . I've also not see much mention of anyone running as high on the fanless mode as my unit did.
    Agreed. That was very nice.
    CPU: Core i7 8700k, HT enabled, all 6 cores OC'd to 4.8GHz, Vcore = 1.24v
    Heatsink: Noctua NH-D15 with one NF-A15 1500 RPM PWM fan
    Motherboard: Gigabyte Z370X Aorus Gaming 7
    RAM: 4x16GB (64GB) Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM 16-18-18-36@3200MHz, Vdimm = 1.35v
    GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1080 DirectX 12 with 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5X
    SSD1: Samsung 840 EVO 500GB TLC; SSD2: SAMSUNG 860 EVO 1TB 3-bit MLC
    HD: WD 500GB (old); Case: LIAN LI PC-7H Aluminum ATX Mid Tower
    PSU: Seasonic Platinum 660W

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    Nice Corsair. But dat price though. RM650i ~150€ over here, starting at 135€ in Germany.
    650 G2 is ~100€.

    Also
    "Today I will be using my SunMoon SM-5500 to load the XFX TS 650"

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    Quote Originally Posted by lagittaja View Post
    "Today I will be using my SunMoon SM-5500 to load the XFX TS 650"
    Doh!

    I won't tease, though. I've been guilty of copy and paste as well.

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    LMAO....

    Yeah, there's always a tid bit or two that gets repeated over and over... I do try to word it up dif each time. I guess I missed that one. I'll put it on lack of sleep the night before .

    What's funny is I looked at that and it didn't hit me till now. I must be working too hard.

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    Question: does the RMi series still uses Corsair Type 3 (Generation 2) cables?

    What would happen to the performance with different cables, for example the individually sleeved cables without the caps.

    The ripple doubles?

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    You can use Type 3 cables, but the ripple is about 30~40mV at full load instead of ~10mV.

    That's why I was curious about Kit Guru's findings. Either they didn't use the Type 4 cable set or they had a USB oscilloscope plugged into the same PC that was running Link.

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    Thanks Jon, I've been trying to log in. Comcast is going to be getting a piece of my mind.

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