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Default Corsair AX1600i Review @Toms,5406.html

We've been wondering when a power supply manufacturer would come up with a product able to match the performance of Corsair's AX1500i. Now more than three years old, the AX1500i remains unrivaled in our benchmark results thanks to its advanced digital platform.

The company loves a challenge, though. Not willing to wait for the competition to catch up, Corsair is ready to extend its advantage even further. If you ask us, it's strange to spend time and money on a new PSU when the existing one is already class-leading. But Corsair apparently wants to show everyone that it has the know-how and necessary partners to rock this industry at will.

Enter the AX1600i. We're naturally expecting great things from this model, given what we measured from the AX1500i. Currently, the best 1600W PSU is EVGA's 1600 T2, and it's based on an analog Super Flower platform. So of course we're anxious to see how that holds up to an all-digital architecture.
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Already posted in the other AX1600i Thread:

As well as a few other review links like TPU and OC3D.
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