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    Default New Corsair CX non modular starts to show up in webstores in Europe

    Corsair CX450 = CP-9020120-EU and CP-9020120-UK
    Corsair CX550 = CP-9020121-EU and CP-9020121-UK
    Corsair CX650 = CP-9020122-EU and CP-9020122-UK
    Corsair CX750 = CP-9020123-EU and CP-9020123-UK

    Product information:
    The CX Series of power supplies provides modern power supply technologies and 80 PLUS Bronze efficiency at a competitive price point. The CX Series offers many upgrades from traditional designs. It is black with black cable sleeving and black connectors, offers a large diameter, thermally controlled 120mm fan, and is nearly silent when running at idle. The LLC resonant topology with DC to DC ensures best in class voltage regulation, improved efficiency at lower loads and complete compatibility with all modern day PCs.

    Features:
    • 80 Plus Bronze: Runs cooler and uses less power than less efficient power supplies
    • 5-year warranty: Backed by Corsair’s legendary technical support and customer service
    • Black housing, cable sleeving and connectors: Give your build the high-end look without breaking the bank
    • Thermally controlled 120mm fan: Quiet operation across a wide range of loads
    • LLC resonant topology with DC to DC: Ensures improved efficiency at lower loads and compatibility with all
    • modern day chipsets and CPUs.


    Specification:
    • Model: CX750
    • Power: 750 Watts
    • 80 Plus: Bronze
    • MTBF: 100,000 hours
    • Fan bearing technology: Riffle
    • Fan size (mm): 120
    • Safety: Over-voltage protection, under-voltage protection, short circuit protection, over power protection, and over temperature protection
    • Safety and Agency Approvals: FCC, ICES, CE, UL, cUL, RCM, TÜV, CB, CCC, BSMI, EAC, RoHS, WEEE, KC
    • Compatibility: ATX12V v2.4 + EPS 2.92 & backward compatible with ATX12V 2.2, 2.31
    • Product Dimensions (mm): 150 x 160 x 86
    • Weight: 2.13
    • Warranty: 5 Years


    Connectors CX450:
    • 1x 24-pin ATX Cable
    • 1x EPS12V/ATX12V Cable (4+4)
    • 1x1 PCIe Cable (6+2)
    • 2x2 SATA Cable
    • 1x4 PATA Cable


    Connectors CX550:
    • 1x 24-pin ATX Cable
    • 1x EPS12V/ATX12V Cable (4+4)
    • 2x1 PCIe Cable (6+2)
    • 1x2 SATA Cable
    • 1x3 SATA Cable
    • 1x4 PATA Cable


    Connectors CX650:
    • 1x 24-pin ATX Cable
    • 1x EPS12V/ATX12V Cable (4+4)
    • 2x1 PCIe Cable (6+2)
    • 2x3 SATA Cable
    • 1x4 PATA Cable


    Connectors CX750:
    • 1x 24-pin ATX Cable
    • 1x EPS12V/ATX12V Cable (4+4)
    • 2x2 PCIe Cable (6+2)
    • 2x4 SATA Cable
    • 2x4 PATA Cable



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    I hope they made a mistake in the spec sheet otherwise the 450W will only have one PEG connector and the 650W only two, that would be a really stupid move. Upgrading with LLC resonant and DC-DC internally in a 80PLUS Bronze PSU, but forgetting to make it useful because there aren't enough connectors...

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    LLC resonant seems another marketing mistake. If they're using the platform of CX-M, this is the classic double forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Internet View Post
    LLC resonant seems another marketing mistake. If they're using the platform of CX-M, this is the classic double forward.
    Would you like to rephrase?
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    It's a different platform then CXM, it really uses LLC resonant with DC-DC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    It's a different platform then CXM, it really uses LLC resonant with DC-DC.
    WTF???
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    Manufactures are getting more and more familiar with LLC resonant. They can make it cheaper and cheaper every year. Nowadays the price difference is so small that it makes sense to go with LLC resonant instead of double forward in a budget 80PLUS Bronze PSU.

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    So Corsair now has THREE different Bronze units? Multirail DF (Vengeance), Single rail DF (CXM) and Single rail LLC???
    Best, Luca

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    Vengeance and CX450/650M are the same platform, CX750M and CX850M are a different 80PLUS Bronze platform.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    I hope they made a mistake in the spec sheet otherwise the 450W will only have one PEG connector and the 650W only two, that would be a really stupid move. Upgrading with LLC resonant and DC-DC internally in a 80PLUS Bronze PSU, but forgetting to make it useful because there aren't enough connectors...
    Not a typo on the PCIe. The 450W has one PCIe and the 650W only has two.
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