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Pros: Good image when used as a monitor. Has 2 hdmi ports, which I consider the minimum.
Cons: After about 3 years of use the unit would turn itself off at random intervials. I opened it up and replaced the biggest capacitor on the circuit board with one with a higher voltage. Works fine though I can see how that might be a major problem for some one without a soldering iron. A few years back Samsung was putting cheap caps in its' equipment.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this equipment with the caveat that it might have a bad cap in it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lasted for 5 months. It's all over the net that this is a substandard psu because Corsair went with a Taiwanese manufacturer that used cheap Chinese caps. I should have researched before buying but I went with the Corsair name. That has resulted in my computer being down for a few weeks and having to pay $14 for shipping for return of the psu. At least it didn't take out my computer when it died. Corsair refused to ship me any other model that this one as a replacement. Hope when the replacement fails I still have a computer left. Lesson learned. Don't buy any thing without extensive review.
Cons: Failed after 5 month. Cost me time and money even to get a replacement.
Other Thoughts: No!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair CP-9020055-NA Corsair RM Series RM750 - 750 Watt 80 PLUS Gold Certified Fully Modular PSU - 110 V AC, 220 V AC Input Voltage - Internal - Modular - ATI CrossFire Supported - NVIDIA SLI
Pros: Lasted for 5 months
Cons: This psu failed after 5 months of use. I caught it on sale for $100 and bit because of the Corsair name. I should have researched it before I bought. This psu is made in Taiwan and uses junk Chinese caps for part of the circuit. I don't know if that is why it failed but 5 months lifetime for a Corsair psu is very disappointing. Now I am in the process of having it replaced and I am out $14 for shipping not to mention my time and trouble as well as having my main computer down. I read this line has been discontinued (hmm, I wonder why?) and they now have RMi and RMx brands with Japanese caps. Hope they send me one of the updated models but I am not counting on it. Corsair is usually a good brand but they went with a crummy Taiwanese company to build this unit. Definitely stay away from this model. I have read that the Seasonic produced psu's are the best of the Corsairs. Lesson learned. Don't just go with a brand name when you buy. Do the homework and only buy a psu with Japanese caps.READ FULL REVIEW