Corsair adds new power supplies to product list

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After unveiling the Hydro H80i and Hydro H100i liquid CPU coolers yesterday, today Corsair also unveiled a bunch of new AX Series power supply units – the AX860i, AX760i, AX860 and AX760 models.

The models that end with the letter “i” come with an internal digital signal processor that allows never before seen voltage regulation and noise and ripple levels. Moreover these models allow the user to monitor all of the parameters of these PSUs right on their computer through an USB-based connection called Corsair Link. As expected the models without the “i” letter – the AX860 and AX760 lack this functionality. Finally all newcomers boast fully modular cabling and 80 Plus Platinum certification.

The new PSUs will become available worldwide this month and users can purchase them from the nearest Corsair representative. Pricing goes as follows: The AX860i will sell for USD 249.99, the AX760i will cost USD 229.99, while the AX860 and AX760 will retail for USD 219.99 and USD 199.99 respectively.


Source: Hardwaresecrets

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