Corsair Announces New Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs

"The new Modular TX Series PSUs combines renowned Enthusiast Series reliability and value with the flexibility of modular cabling..."

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Corsair Announces New Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs

The new Modular TX Series PSUs combines renowned Enthusiast Series reliability and value with the flexibility of modular cabling. These new products solve one of the main issues that people have with the TX V2 series of products, the fixed cables and helps make cable management a lot easier as you only install the cables you need.

The Enthusiast Series Modular PSUs share the same platform with the award-winning Enthusiast Series TX V2 line. As with the TX V2 range these new PSUs are 80 PLUS Bronze certified. As you would expect they are designed for reliable operation in high-performance PCs where clean, stable power is important, they are rated for full continuous power delivery at 50° C. Ultra-quiet, 140mm double ball-bearing fans deliver excellent airflow with exceptionally low noise levels by automatically adjusting fan speed in response to system temperature.

For more information please visit the Corsair Enthusiast Series Product Page.

Pre-Order Pricing is as follows:

TX550M - £78.95
TX650M - £85.99
TX750M - £99.95
TX850M - £114.95

Pricing does vary and excludes delivery.

You can discuss this in our forums.

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13-07-2011, 15:06:10

SomaComa
If I was to get the 6950's i could easily run games on full settings and still sit at a nice 90fps+ and 180 fps + on black ops, and i would not need to upgrade for atleast 1 year... If i would get the gtx 580 then that would still allow me to play games on top settings without problems but i would most likely end up upgrading to sli in the next 5 months... Looks like ill go with the gtx 580 which means when i do go sli the performance will be unbalievable.

13-07-2011, 15:19:03

Fodr Kreatr


If I was to get the 6950's i could easily run games on full settings and still sit at a nice 90fps+ and 180 fps + on black ops, and i would not need to upgrade for atleast 1 year... If i would get the gtx 580 then that would still allow me to play games on top settings without problems but i would most likely end up upgrading to sli in the next 5 months... Looks like ill go with the gtx 580 which means when i do go sli the performance will be unbalievable.




Save up for a 590 and only use half the slots?

14-07-2011, 00:41:04

Tonkin
i want a crossfire setup for one reason, GPU death least with xfire or sli if one goes you got a backup untill you can replace the broken one or replace both if they are not made anymore.

plus bragging rights....

14-07-2011, 10:19:10

mrDMxtreme
I think 1 big card > bragging rights then 2 small cards

For example, sli 560 less bragging rights then a 590, but both are good setups, :)

But i see what u mean about having a back up (although I would just hope it does break :)

14-07-2011, 13:05:38

msimon
I brought a 580 not to long ago, best dam hardware purchase i have ever did.

580.

Edit, first post in ages:)

15-07-2011, 17:29:53

Fodr Kreatr


i want a crossfire setup for one reason, GPU death least with xfire or sli if one goes you got a backup untill you can replace the broken one or replace both if they are not made anymore.

plus bragging rights....




Agreed. Another reason I try to get multiple GPUs if possible

16-07-2011, 10:23:19

Ya93sin
GPU death is not such an issue imo, especially if you have a second pc or laptop. Most companies will deliver a new GPU the next day, so missing out on about 12 hours of PC use is not so much.
SLI/Xfire setups can be cheaper in the short term, and deliver higher fps, but in the long term, they need more power, and create more heat, so as ever sacrifices are made.
I would go for the 580 over a 6870 Xfire setup, and I did, even if I sacrifice some performance and some money.

16-07-2011, 12:45:15

Fodr Kreatr
Just thought, what about a new 6870x2?

16-07-2011, 18:27:18

SomaComa
im looking in to gtx 470 sli

17-07-2011, 09:17:34

Fodr Kreatr


im looking in to gtx 470 sli




I'd recommend that if it's a permenant soloution - better overall performance
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