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Corsair - 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply

( 4.6 Average / 14 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Corsair

Model

RM750i

Part #

CP-9020082-NA
(or) CP-9020082-EU
(or) CP-9020082-UK

Type

ATX

Wattage

750 Watts

Fans

1

Modular

Full

Efficiency Certification

80+ Gold

PCI-Express 6+2-Pin Connectors

4

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Reviews

Extrodius 9 points 19 months ago
from completed build Demicky Level 3

A very good choice for someone building a high end PC who wants a nice looking modular PSU. It was easy to install everything, and its black and white design looks great.

PlixlePlays 18 points 18 months ago
from completed build "Glacius" 13 Year Old's Rig

Really quite and provides power, like it should. A little pricy, but is very vey quite so not complaining

BroutyMax 5 points 16 months ago
from completed build My Gaming pc [Update 2]

Good quality product, i bought it from a little computer store wich made me pay like 50$ more than on internet wich got me a little mad when i noticed it..

lipan02 229 points 12 months ago
from completed build Vision of a Lion ( First Build )

I love this PSU. It was right for my RIG! However I did come across a few issues with my build which delayed it for almost a week. I had to RMA my first PSU which I sent back as it was DOA. I got worried to the point that it could have affected some of the components that I've already placed in. Luckily though just after a few days I managed to get a new one and she was all up and running. This PSU was the major delay in my build and I had to pay a return shipment just to RMA.

donofalltime 15 points 10 months ago
from completed build Snowleopard - My first ever build

Silent AF. And most likely you said "oh 750W is overkill" but I have plans to upgrade this build in the future and I dont want to buy a new PSU then. And also the PCIE and CPU power cables come out from the same section on the PSU. That made me doubt it but it didnt turn into fireworks so we all good.

grimbailey15 10 points 10 months ago
from completed build my first build RE VAMPED

havenot had any issues at all amazing product.

Dimebag_ 14 points 10 months ago
from completed build Zoidberg (First Build)

It has a lot of wattage for me. It gets the job done. It has very nice braided cables included. The cables make me wish I hadn't bought custom cable extensions because they are so high quality. Is k. ):

cahooa 11 points 10 months ago
from completed build 2016 Gaming PC

The Corsair 750RMi power supply seems to be working well. The zero RPM fan is cool, it does not turn on until I'm gaming. The RMi series apparently have some capacitors in the heat shrinking by the connectors. This means the heat shrinking is huge and STIFF! It made it a huge pain to fit the 24 pin cable behind the shroud on the case because the heat shrinking is about 2 inches long and it will not bend at all. These capacitors should be moved to the other end of the cable if it doesn't negate their purpose for existing in the first place. I'm looking into the Cablemod basic set as they mention moving the capacitors, and I wanted so make the cables look white anyways.

I docked one star because of the heat shrinking on the cables that is right by the plugs.

Levantine 12 points 9 months ago
from completed build Wintergrasp

Fully modular, which is nice. Ran into some cabling issues with the stock Corsair PSU cables being extremely fat and inflexible, leading into my purchase of sleeved cables. I'm glad I did, I love the color. They were a bit difficult to straighten out, wish I had a few cable combs. The PSU works and is compatible with the Silverstone cables, but yeesh, can those stock cables be any worse? I'll definitely do more research next time. Had gone with it because of the sale price, but I guess it was that much for a reason.

Dangerously_Sketchy 19 points 8 months ago
from completed build JuicyGrapes

Thought about getting the HALEv2, EVGA G2 PSU, and then the Corsair 850w PSU. Turns out power isnt insane on this build, so the 750W RM750i was perfect. Ebay saved me yet again and I got this for cheaper than many other PSUs. Yes i got the i over the x. It gives me the option for Corsair Link and controlling the fan which I like.