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Default Corsair (officialy) announces TXM Series

http://www.legitreviews.com/news/11127/

CWT units for sure. Probably PSH-II. The price are little high though; but they could be DSG on Bronze efficiency.
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So, will it be TXM for modular with bronze, HX for modular silver, and AX for fully modular gold? Or will TXM replace some of the lower end HX units?
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So, will it be TXM for modular with bronze, HX for modular silver, and AX for fully modular gold? Or will TXM replace some of the lower end HX units?
That's up to the customers. Which ones sell, which ones don't sell, etc.
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Nitro BPS: Corsair's Rendition.
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Nitro BPS: Corsair's Rendition.
Thermaltake did the same thing with the Toughpower XT *50w units. First if I'm not mistaken.
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That's up to the customers. Which ones sell, which ones don't sell, etc.
So the HX650, 750 and 850W will remain in production for the time being?
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Yeah, until we announce EOL, all our current HX stuff is staying in the channel. We spend a bit of extra work on HX, tighter ripple/noise, voltage regulation, etc. Also, it's silver certified (borderline gold) so it's a bit different part.

But yeah, eventually customers are going to make the call as to which parts live and die.
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Also, it's silver certified (borderline gold)
The HX650 isn't.
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The HX650 isn't.
Oh yeah, good point. I was referring to the 750-1050 units. Sorry for misleading anybody.
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