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Pros: Price, xmp profile, the speed...
Cons: None yet...
Other Thoughts: Xmp profile... It's so obvious...READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR TX Series CMPSU-650TX 650W ATX12V / EPS12V SLI Ready CrossFire Ready 80 PLUS BRONZE Certified Active PFC Compatible with Core i7 Power Supply & New 4th Gen CPU Certified Haswell Ready
Pros: The price is good for all the quality reviews the psu got. Corsair product are good. I built many PC with corsair Psu. I was never disappointed before....
Cons: But for my own PC, I give a lot attention to the noise level... For my configuration, this psu was noisy on low load... In such load, the fan is not used... But after some 20-25 minutes ... We notice some rattle noise... some kind of electric pulse... Many user got the same problem on the net... On corsair website site, they say it's can depend on the parts of the PC ... I try many thing and I can say that removing the graphic adapter seems to lower the noise... Unplugging both case fans also have an effect... If you have huge gaming PC, probably you will not ear it... The fact is that I have a very silent PC and with my actual components, the psu pulse something...even I'm not rendering... it's very annoying... Not willing to give corsair another try for this build: refund... And I ordered a psu with higher specs... And price!
Other Thoughts: I'm usually satisfied of corsair product... I built many PCs with their psu... With so much configuration out there, maybe I was unlucky with this psu or maybe it's really my components configuration that was to blame... I will never know... But one thing is sure, I'm still learning after building more than 50 PCs....READ FULL REVIEW