Corsair's New HX And TX PSUs

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termathor

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Seems a bold marketing to:
- have the HX with no corsairlink at all
- re-use the old models letter. Very confusing. Wasn't there enough 2 letters combination to cover the need or what ?
 


We know that some people use link and others don't based on the RMx vs. RMi sales. Currently, we don't offer the same with HX. We only offer HXi. While the AX is a decent Platinum, non-Link solution, it's an antiquated platform we need to move beyond.

TX-M replaces CS-M. TX-M died without a proper burial. TX-M had 105°C, all Japanese caps, a 50°C operating temperature and 16ms hold up time. When it was discontinued, we continued to offer CX for Bronze and RM for Gold, but nothing to directly replace the TX, and this caused some concern. The CS-M was good, but with only the Primaries as Japanese, the 40°C rating and 10ms hold up time, it didn't really warrant the TX nomenclature. Now that we've been able to give all of these features to a CS-M price point, we feel more confident using the TX-M branding once again.
 

Lordos

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@randomizer: same here! Great psu, it even survived when I shorted fdd power pins by mistake (oh that pesky fdd power connectors), fdd cable melted down but psu survived :)
 
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